Loose Parts Play

November 2, 2022
Meet Our Parent Council

Ms Moore – Chairperson

Mr McGee – Secretary

Mrs Quinn – Vice Chairperson

Mrs Pramanik – Core Member

Mr Padmanabuni – Core Member

Mrs Lynas – Teacher Representative

 

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Primary 5 FUNdamentals Music Programme

Primary 5 FUNdamentals Music Programme

Primary 5 FUNdamentals of Music Primary 5 – FUNdamentals of Music Primary 5 are having great fun finding out more about music. As part of South Lanarkshire Council’s Instrumental Music Service. The children participate in a range of fun music activities from body...

Parents can complete enrolment forms for August 2023 from week beginning 9th January 2023. This is an online process that must be completed through South Lanarkshire Council’s website (www.southlanarkshire.gov.uk) and search for infant enrolment 2023. Within two weeks of you completing the form, St. Kenneth’s Primary will e-mail you to confirm we have received your child’s enrolment form. If you do not receive an email by 24th January ’23 please telephone our school office on 01355 224741. If you are intending to defer your child’s entry into school, you are still required to complete an enrolment form at this time and indicate this on the form.

 

St. Kenneth’s Primary will have an open afternoon on Wednesday 11th January 2023 between 2pm and 5pm for anyone wishing to see around our school or find out more information about St. Kenneth’s.

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Loose Parts Play

Loose Parts Play

Our infant department, in collaborating with our Nursery have been busy working outside on ‘Loose Parts Play’. 

What is Loose Parts Play?

Empty boxes, ropes, string, pipes, pieces of wood, natural materials such as leaves, petals, shells… this is known as Loose Parts Play and encourages learning, growth and development in young children.

Playing with loose parts can build on children’s learning through:

  • Increasing physical activity.
  • Enhancing cognitive skills.
  • Increase focus and concentration.
  • Boost natural curiosity and build on problem solving skills.
  • Invite and encourage conversation and collaboration.
  • Develop critical thinking skills.

With loose parts the possibilities are endless!  The materials have no set rules therefore allowing the children to be adventurous and creative as their imagination allows them to be.

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