Here is a list of some activities we share with pre-school and reception children:
Below are typical examples of how the children get dressed up and engage in kinesthetic activities.
This reception child is dressed as one of the characters from our Sikh Diwali workshop. Guru Nanak was born into a pious family and is the founding father of the Sikh religion. He is quite different from the later Sikh gurus in that he was more like sadhu or holy man rather than a warrior. Upon seeing the gross injustices in the local Hindu and Muslim religions, Guru Nanak attempted to take the best of both religious paths and form Sikhism.
Young children dress up and enact the story of Diwali under our guidance and learn how good always triumphs over evil. Dressing up is a part of growing up and early years children love to get involved in all the activities. Teachers and carers also enjoy getting dressed up, so no-one is left out when we come to your establishment.
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is a very popular celebration in the Winter term.
Hindu Practices At Home
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