Wisbech students teach children : I have a rhyme to sing, O! Sing me your rhyme, O!
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The College of West Anglia is working in partnership with Wisbech Library, to offer ‘Rhyme & Story Time’ sessions at the library in Ely Place, Wisbech.
Level 3 childcare students from CWA’s Isle campus, were invited to plan and deliver the 45 minute sessions, which aim to engage the children in stories, songs, rhymes and crafts at the library.
The programme, which is running until July 2015, involves 15 students from the course, working in weekly rotation to deliver the workshops.
The sessions are designed to develop the children’s physical, emotional, intellectual and communication skills through a fun and exciting adventure.
CWA childcare tutor, Holly Wilkin said “All of the students have shown great enthusiasm towards this project. All of the students have a passion to work with children and support the development of everyone who attends the sessions”.
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The sessions are every Friday during term time, 10.30–11.15 and are for children under 5.
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