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Shrove Tuesday in 5th 🥞🍫😃
We had a delicious dessert today after our hot dinners! We were celebrating shrove Tuesday in room 14. The girls had delectable toppings which ranged from the classic Nutella, to chocolate sauce, to marshmallows, to whipped cream, to biscoff spread!! We really enjoyed these pancakes! 🍫🥞🍫🥞
Room 9 Love Pancakes!!
The boys and girls in 1st class have been looking at procedural writing this month. As as class we wrote how to decorate a pancake. We made a list of the equipment, ingredients and the steps we would have to follow. We were then lucky enough to be able to test out our procedure, decorate […]
A Busy Start to 2023 in Room 9!
For the month of January 1st class were learning all about flowers. We had a flower shop at the back of our room and pretended to be florists. In art we created flowers based on the work of Kandinsky by cutting out different coloured paper and layering them. We also planted seeds and have been […]
Junior Achievement 5th Class. 🌱🌳
This week marked our completion of our Junior Achievement Programme in 5th Class. We learned all about Climate Change and simple ways we can help our planet. 🌱🌳 Junior Achievement Programmes begin at primary school level, teaching students how they can impact the world around them as individuals, workers and consumers and continue through to […]
Grandparents Day in Room 9!
Grandparents Day in Room 9 was a special occasion as it was the first time the boys and girls could invite their grandparents in to visit since they’ve started in our school. They started by showing off their musical talent thanks to Balbina from Music Generation. Then they enjoyed reading, playing, colouring and interviewing their […]
Grandparents Day in 5th Class 👨👩👧
Today we had the pleasure of welcoming our Grandparents to room 14. We had interview stations asking questions about what life was like when our Grandparents were our ages 10/11. We found out lots of fascinating information about the schools, clothes and toys they experienced. We noted the differences between these themes now Vs then. […]