Updated: Dec 10, 2020
At Chadlington little learners we have had a wonderful beginning to our autumn term. After a
long time away due to lockdown in the spring we have loved welcoming back our children
and to continue learning.
We have enjoyed playing outdoors, exploring nature and noticing the signs of autumn and
the seasonal changes. The children have been busy gathering acorns and pinecones,
creating campsites, making mud cake, pumpkin tea and clay monsters in our mud kitchen
and planting leeks and making a scarecrow at our allotment. As winter approaches we have
been setting up bird and hedgehog feeding stations, inviting fairies to play, writing signs for
squirrels to share with the birds, discovering secret paths, hidden treasure, yellow cats, and
a magic biscuit tin!
We are so excited to be learning together again, building friendships and self confidence and
learning about our wonderful world. At Chadlington little learners our children are central to
all our planning and we continue to be amazed at how children can play and inspire us to be
open minded and imaginative.
We are so excited to be extending our sessions and we are now taking bookings for the new
Charlie and the Team
Chadlington Little Learners