Year 6 Outdoor and Adventurous Activity as part of their PE.
Class 3F visit Roundhay Park
5B Art Day
A selection of snaps from our assembly about collecting for the food bank,
Year 4 wish Mrs. Stoker Happy Birthday
A letter from the Queen to last year's class 3F
6J practise the ancient Egyptian art of mummification
6DH make fake blood. The recipe: Yellow food colouring = Plasma; Red colouring and Cheerios = Red blood cells; Porridge = Platelets; Marsh Mallows = White blood cells
6J activities: PE using teamwork and communication to guide over different terrain. Lung capacity experiment - pupils found out about the function of the lungs then investigated their own lung capacity by displacing water out of a bottle. Performance - a theatre company came to school to perform Tom's Midnight Garden
2C made some healthy snacks for Health Week
1R fruit tasting
1JC fruit tasting
1C fruit tasting
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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