Monthly Archives: October 2014

FG Bonnyrigg Heights Halloween Jelly

Our Bloody Halloween jelly cups with a slimy surprise inside! Happy Halloween! Who doesn’t enjoy a cooking experience with ingredients like ‘red raspberry jelly crystals, assorted lollies and green lime jelly crystals? I know the Roaring Lions do! Inspired by the Halloween theme Miss Kirsty and I decided to decorate our room with some pumpkins […]


How to keep your children healthy

Top tips for healthy eating and sickness prevention In our busy fun-filled lives there is no time to be sick! Help your children avoid the common cold and other viral infections by following these simple tips and tricks. The common cold is caused by many different virus types with varying pathogenic mechanisms (ways of making […]


Fairfield’s Sustainability Wall

Childcare Fairfield

The children at First Grammar Fairfield have been busy working with Miss Julie and Miss Jackie on their sustainability wall, from planting the grass into large containers, watering the gardens, digging through the soil and also the discovery of worms in the garden. The children were thrilled to tell Miss Julie what they had discovered, […]


Happy Diwali from FG Toongabbie!

Diwali is one of the most important Hindu festivals of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their homes. Diwali literally means a “cluster of lights”. It is a time to hope for future happiness and prosperity. Hindus all over the world celebrate Diwali by decorating their homes with […]


Our New Friend at FG Seven Hills

Monday the 13th of October was a very exciting day in the Butterfly room at First Grammar Seven Hills. The Children were exploring their outdoor learning environment when one child found a praying mantis crawling around the back yard. There was excitement instantly when an educator called out to everyone outside. Everyone very quickly gathered […]


Our week at FG Lithgow

This week in the Nursery at FG Lithgow the children participated in arts and craft. They transferred white paint onto black cardboard to create a dandelion flower. Miss Katrina assisted the children as they used a scrubbing brush to complete their painting. During the past week we have been excitedly waiting for our new home […]