A busy week, an exciting week, an educationally phenomenal week, a varied week. Well done everyone.
A busy week, an exciting week, an educationally phenomenal week, a varied week. Well done everyone. Class 8 began their new topic of the Anglo-Saxons on Tuesday with an archeological dig. We then thought about what questions historians would ask and discussed what the artefacts we found could tell us about the past. Well done Class 8 ! There's a photo gallery on the website full of photographs.
Class three enjoyed their Friday morning Yoga session. Namaste (there is a Yoga gallery set up)
On Monday, Class 7 walked into a classroom filled with sparkle, torn maps, leaves, words on tables and other items. They had to use these clues to make predictions about who or what had been in our room and why. Some great logic and detective work! They’re still not 100% certain…
Parents, check Seesaw soon to hear what they said.
On Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th November Class 1 and Class 2 will be immersed in Diwali themed activities including making rangoli patterns, joining in Indian dances, and on the Thursday, the children will have the opportunity to have a temporary henna pattern on their hands. The children will also enjoy an Indian banquet (vegetarian) on the Friday. Normal school uniform for both days and there will be traditional clothing that the children can choose to try on.