In the first week back after Christmas the whole school took part in an Immersive day for their new Geography topic. It was a fantastic day across school with so many different activities and exciting events all related to what they children will be learning this next term. We had food tasting in Year 4 including, olives, pitta bread, tzatziki and hummus. In Year 1 everyone became a pirate and created their own treasure map and treasure chests. The children even went on a treasure hunt around the school and found some jewels and coins along the way. In Year 2 the children took part in many activities ranging from creating artwork, food tasting, dancing and many more. Children in Year 6 built their own volcanoes ahead of their natural disasters topic and Year 3 created some brilliant rainforest leaves that are now on their display. Finally, the children in Year 5 were kept busy with raft building, sand-bag making, river artwork and even an escape room. Here are some pictures from a fantastic day.
This week the whole school took part in an Immersive Learning Day. Children, and staff too, thoroughly enjoyed the day and there were some fantastic activities that took place including: Treasure chest/map designing and a treasure hunt in Year 1, African music and dancing, tribal mask making and African food tasting in Year 2, Flamenco dancing and Mediterranean food tasting in Year 4 and so much more. Take a look at some of the photos captured from the day.
Reception's topic 'Above the Clouds' is sparking a lot of conversations about the world we live in! We are loving their learning journey.