IT has been a great start to the new Robe Kindergarten term with the warm welcome of 12 new faces.
The children are currently learning about ‘Living on the Coast’.
“We are using a talking and thinking box to stimulate children’s thinking and discussion,” said kindergarten director Sally Smith.
“We have created a 3D Mind Map with the children’s ideas and we will use those ideas to work out where to go next.”
Excursions and activities related to the ‘Living on the Coast’ theme are also in the works.
The kindergarten will also focus on sustainability and caring for the world this year.
Many of the activities will relate to how the children can look after the world.
“We are looking forward to a busy and fun year ahead,” Mrs Smith said.
The Robe Kindergarten team and children would also like to thank the anonymous person who bought a winning raffle ticket in the name of the kindergarten at the 2013 Robe Christmas Parade.
The Robe Kindergarten annual meeting will be held at the kindergarten from 7pm on March 12.
Robe Kindergarten new students (from left) Kaitley Brooks, Dante Gibbons-Clark, Reef Ward, Meg Schubert, Vinnie Moore and Riley Bermingham.
New Robe Kindergarten students (from left) Luc Baverstock, John Hinchliffe, Jaxon Johns, Alison Ludwig and Sam Richards.
New Robe Kindergarten student Jack McGuiness reads a book with teacher Georgie Sneath.
Jaxon Johns (left), John Hinchliffe, Luc Baverstock, Dante Gibbons-Clark, Reef Ward and Vinnie Moore around the Robe Kindergarten 3D Mind Map.
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