Author Archives: Clarence House

Rainy Day Picnics

Today we went to the children’s wood for a picnic and a play

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World Book Day

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The Book With No Pictures

Our Chloe is the gold standard for story telling. Reading a story is more than just saying the words, tone, pace and facial expressions are so important when engaging children with stories. This all helps to build a strong connection … Continue reading

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GIRFEC

At Clarence House we proudly follow the principles of GIRFEC, allowing each child to be an individual , learning and exploring at their own pace. Our team of skilled practitioners have a good knowledge of the wellbeing indicators (SHANARRI) and … Continue reading

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We can do it 😀

We love to see our children succeed in all that they do. Promoting independence is very important to us, and it’s easy to make children feel celebrated daily by taking part in small self-help tasks

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Bird Feeders

As part of our birdwatch week, we made some lovely bird feeders with string and cheerios. This was a bit of a tricky activity as we had to use our pincer grip and small motor skills to thread the hoops … Continue reading

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Outdoor Training

Some of our staff attended a bushcraft training session with the children’s wood. We can now make fires safely and rig up tarps 🙂

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Busy Days

Each day we have the opportunity to learn, create and explore. A little snippet of today brings….. A walk to the river, the babies and rainbows collected sticks and our star group did a colour survey and counted out the … Continue reading

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Our Christmas Party 2022

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How Does it Feel to be in the Fresh Air and Nature?

The UN is working on children’s environmental rights and climate change to create global guidance on how children’s rights are affected by the environmental crisis, and what governments must do to uphold these rights. It’s crucial that children of all … Continue reading

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