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Play, learn, engage and discover English

Parents can see our learning stories, lunches and time spent at Little Oz.

Outside play
Play matters
Circle time
Welcome to Little Oz
outside fun
soccer with Mr. Lee
outside play
Oz
Little Oz
Little Oz
Little Oz
Little Oz
A day at Oz

Along came the rain, leaving muddy puddles of fun and memories in the sun.

Bring art to life
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Adventure is out there
Afternoon English with Mr. Lee
Outside play
Adventure walks
Adventure walks
Three letter word fun
Art

Becoming the creator

At the park
Games
Community
Afternoon English
Natural play
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Mr. Lee

Founder and Head Teacher

Little Oz
Park
inside
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Puzzle table

The value and benefit of sharing jigsaw puzzles is enormous. Puzzles facilitate greater mental and physical development and create opportunities for social interaction and language development. A child’s visual spatial awareness is increased and a deeper understanding of the themes and topics of puzzles is increased.  When completing a puzzle, even the most simplest of puzzles involves problem solving, reasoning skills and developing solutions.

adventure walks
Adventure walks
Our tables
Play dough play
English games
future minds future creators
Book corner and learning stories

Our learning stories follow the Early Years Learning Famework (EYLF).

Art

Making our own family trees

Being the creator

Mr. Lee read an art story and look what happened next. Being the creator at Little Oz

Art

Being the creator

Numbers
Small world play

Small world play offers some special learning opportunities for children. Acting out narratives and ideas through the manipulation of our small African animals. It helps children to reflect on their feelings and events in their lives in a safe way. Small world play is also rich in possibilities for learning about spaces and positions, with many opportunities for putting things inside structures, on top, next to and underneath. Not only that but we have learned about our animals today!!

Hand made toys
Small world play

Small world play offers some special learning opportunities for children. Acting out narratives and ideas through the manipulation of our small African animals. It helps children to reflect on their feelings and events in their lives in a safe way. Small world play is also rich in possibilities for learning about spaces and positions, with many opportunities for putting things inside structures, on top, next to and underneath.

Story time with Mr. Lee
small world play

Small world play offers some special learning opportunities for children. Acting out narratives and ideas through the manipulation of our small African animals. It helps children to reflect on their feelings and events in their lives in a safe way. Small world play is also rich in possibilities for learning about spaces and positions, with many opportunities for putting things inside structures, on top, next to and underneath. Not only that but we have learned about our African animals today!!

Our Little Oz garden
Natural play

We encourage open ended activities which promote the development of problem solving skills as well as critical thinking. Providing children with new and natural materials and allowing them to lead will not only empower them but also allow creativity to flourish.

Vegetable picking
Gardening
Gardening
Sport lesson

working with colours

Sport lesson

Our Sports lessons enables a connection for the children to explore, discover, develop coordination, interact, communicate and have a sense of being, belonging and becoming. The sport activities provide opportunities for the children to connect their thinking and actions which facilitates learning. They are able to work independently and in teams developing communication, confidence, a sense of wellbeing and identity.​

Outside play
Water play

The children have explored the touch and feel of water and have played games together. Throwing the yellow rings around the octopus, shooting the different coloured balls in the ring, and painting pictures with our brushes. There are many learning outcomes occurring.They are connected with each other and contribute to their world. They have a strong sense of wellbeing. The have a strong sense of identity. They are being effective communicators.

Halloween bingo
Story time
Halloween Party
Halloween Party
Halloween Party
Puzzle time

The value and benefit of sharing jigsaw puzzles is enormous. Puzzles facilitate greater mental and physical development and create opportunities for social interaction and language development. A child’s visual spatial awareness is increased and a deeper understanding of the themes and topics of puzzles is increased.  When completing a puzzle, even the most simplest of puzzles involves problem solving, reasoning skills and developing solutions.

Building with numbers
Building with numbers
Fine motor skills
Mat chats
Small world play

Small world play incorporates imaginative play, pretend play, sensory play, nature play and story play. Belonging being and becoming at Little Oz.

small world play

Small world play offers some special learning opportunities for children. Acting out narratives and ideas through the manipulation of our small African animals. It helps children to reflect on their feelings and events in their lives in a safe way. Small world play is also rich in possibilities for learning about spaces and positions, with many opportunities for putting things inside structures, on top, next to and underneath. Not only that but we have learned about our African animals today!!

After hours English
Mat chats
Music time
Yoga
Art table
Being the artist
Craft time
Art and craft time
Painting with water
Sunflower artist impression
Cooking

Cooking is something children enjoy just as much as eating the finished product. They love the whole process of adding ingredients together, creating something unique and seeing the finished product. Even most adults enjoy seeing something they created turning out as a masterpiece.

Cooking

Cooking is something children enjoy just as much as eating the finished product. They love the whole process of adding ingredients together, creating something unique and seeing the finished product. Even most adults enjoy seeing something they created turning out as a masterpiece.

Some of our English books
Books and role play
The very hungry caterpillar