Our Maths enrichment Day today had an Eco theme. Our day started with a litter pick around the school grounds.
Our next activity involved us sorting recyclable materials is a variety of ways.
We looked at various pieces of artwork depicting the story of Creation. Here are a few of our collages….
We were commissioned by Jack to create a map for his Grandma. He wanted our map to use a key, be easy to follow and include key features. Here are our maps.
We used our Welsh language skills to read and follow instructions to make a symmetrical crown. Here are some of our creations…..
According to the World Health Organisation 2/3’s of the World’s children do not have enough food to eat. 1/3 of the World’s Children either has enough food or too much food to eat.
We discussed our favourite foods and drew them onto paper plates. Mrs Fielding had put a cloth on the table and explained that only 1/3 of the children were going to eat their feast at the table. The remaining 2/3’s of children would eat a bowl of rice.
The children picked either a meal ticket or rice ticket from a lucky dip
We discussed that there should be enough food in the world for everyone. However, just in this feast, the world’s food is not fairly shared and we tried to imagine how the children who only had a few grains of rice would feel.
As part of our work on castles, we have been studying the work of Welsh artist Kyffin Williams. We used his ‘Caernarfon Castle, Cennen Carreg and Conwy Castle’ artwork to create our own versions.
On Wednesday 7th October we celebrated our School Harvest Festival. We had a virtual whole school assembly led by Rev. Petra and Bob. We shared and celebrated some of the work that we have been busy working on for Harvest. Here are some of our harvest prayers.
We also produced artwork showing some of the fruit and vegetables that we are grateful for.
The children have been investigating the Jewish festival of Sukkot. As part of the festival they found out that as part of the celebration Jewish people build sukkahs or temporary shelters. Here are some of the sukkahs that the children made using a variety of resources.