In Year 3 we read Mark’s Gospel that tells us about the events leading upto Jesus arrest. The class discussed the point of view of the different people such as Peter and thought about how they felt at what had happened to Jesus.
Today in in science club we looked at the importance of how we load our cargo onto the RRS Sir David Attenborough, as there will be lots of important research equipment needed. We looked at positioning of cargo and how adding a keel to the bottom of our boat helped to give more options.
Nursery have been learning about the Holy Spirit. We talked about the Holy Spirit being all around us but we can’t see it. So, the children went outside to feel the effects of the wind. We held out our fingers and felt the wind on our hands. We looked at the trees rustling. Then, we blew bubbles and watched...
How will children make the story of Pentecost relatable? If they had to go out and explain to people what had happened to them just like the Disciples what would they do? Apparently, the answer is a song, rap or storyboard. Here are some examples of Year 5's work.
Thanks for the memories, Mr Barker.
Our Reception class shared a joint celebration with Year 2 today in which they sang hymns for Mary the mother of God. They made flowers to place around our statue of Mary and we said the Hail Mary together really things about the words as we prayed.
Today we raised money to support the work of the Salesian Sisters in Nairobi. A team of teachers are travelling to Nairobi to support two schools and provide new resources and create new experiences for the children. We raised £264.84 to support this wonderful cause.
Our first science club attracted great interest from boys and girls from years 3 to 6.
We are using the polar explorer resources and today's task was to construct a sea-worthy vessel. The lump of plasticine had to be made to float and carry cargo.
The challenge was to investigate how many dried peas your vessel could carry without sinking.