Exhibition of Learning Events
As a school, we have been working hard to develop our curriculum over the last year, so that it is exciting and engaging for our learners, and also enables them to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding across the whole curriculum. All children across school have spent Autumn term engaged in a History driven theme, learning about a different period of History in each year group, spanning from the Stone Age to the 1960’s.
As children come towards the end of their History themes, we would like to invite you as families into school, to our first ever Wynndale ‘Exhibitions of Learning’ so that you can see the learning journey the children have been on this term. The exhibitions are designed to give our children the opportunity to celebrate their learning and showcase all the fabulous things that have been happening in their class this term. I know that some classes are planning on running museums, having ‘mini-teachers’, and performing songs and dances, as well as sharing written learning and artistic creations. We are hoping to run an exhibition for each class at the end of each term moving forward, in order to give you more opportunities to come into school and share in your children’s successes and achievements.
The dates for our exhibitions for the Autumn term are as follows:
- Tuesday 23rd November 2021 at 2.30pm – Year 1
- Tuesday 30th November 2021 at 2.30pm – Year 2
- Wednesday 1st December 2021 at 2.30pm – Year 4
- Thursday 2nd December 2021 at 2.30pm – Year 5
- Friday 3rd December 2021 at 2.15pm – Year 6
(This includes the Y6 DARE Graduation)
- Tuesday 7th December 2021 at 2.30pm – Year 3
Foundation Stage are not holding exhibitions this half term. They are holding Stay and Play sessions instead, and you will receive a separate communication regarding these sessions.
We hope that you are able to join us and we look forward to seeing lots of you there to celebrate your children’s learning. You do not need to reply to say you are attending and we will send reminders out just before each exhibition date.