Mobilité en Angleterre
Lors de chaque mobilité tous les partenaires se déplacent dans le pays hôte. A chaque fois nous observons le déroulement de plusieurs journées classe et nous analysons les pratiques qui vont dans le sens de la bienveillance et celles qui paraissent contraires. Le but est de présenter ensuite les pratiques qui paraissent pertinentes.
Galerie Photos et Vidéos
Visit to UK
Images from England Mobility
The children welcome everyone with a song
Everyone together on day 1
looking at the environmemt and how this promotes well-being
The 2 year olds enjoying Physical play
Emneth Nursery Corridor
Displayed project work in the Nursery
More examples of Erasmus Project work completed by our 3 and 4 year olds
Creative use of shaving foam to promote writing
Simple provovation to promote number and counting
Children in the sand pit, digging and exploring maths and science concepts creatively and independently.
Getting messy and exploring creativity, maths, science and first hand experiences.
Snack, stories and songs under the canopy that children built themselves
An area inside the Nursery where children independently create sculptures and explore the texture of clay. Clay is available at all times.
Children make patterns and shapes in paint using fingers and tools as they learn early mark making
Claire teaching a Write Dance session. Children listen to music and sing songs as they make marks to develop their fine motor and writing skills.
The 3-4 year old room at the Nursery
Light and Shadow
Resources set up to develop awareness of light and shadow.
The children presented everyone with cup cakes with their flag on. The children used the identity badges that all members were wearing to match them with the right person.
The Dukes Head Hotel
Home for the week.
Interaction between children
The children work collaboratively together to make a large construction to climb on. They losten and respond to each other, support with ideas and work as a team.
Children working with adults
The children work together with an adult to understand what materials they need to light a fire in our Forest School session. The adult supports the children to recall their experiences and asks open ended questions to get the children thinking.