CLEETHORPES

On Wednesday 20th September, KS1 had the pleasure of visiting Cleethorpes beach. The weather couldn’t have been better as we built sandcastles, hunted for shells and walked along the beach. We loved spotting the huge ships in the estuary and seeing the pier at the end of the beach. Our favourite part was the train ride back to the coach. The conductor gave us each a lollipop and we sang songs and waved to the passers-by. We felt like royalty.

 Tesco trip

This September, Year 1 and 2 went to Tesco to start their ‘Beachcombers’ topic with a fishy bang. After walking to Tesco with their class, the children we able to explore the fish counter. They learned about where the fish come from and how they are caught and stored before they get to the shop. We were even able to see a mackerel fish being filleted. It was fascinating to learn where our food comes from.

Paws, Claws and Whiskers

During their Paws, Claws and Whiskers topic, KS1 visited the Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster.  Whilst there, they were able to see at first hand how animals adapt to their habitats.  For their mastery topic, Miss Griffiths class recorded the day using cameras and showcased their amazing photographs and skills in school and below.

 

Rio De Vida

It all started with an exciting day of celebration.  The children took part in 3 workshops including music, dance and art.  The day culminated in a Brazilian carnival where the children were able to showcase their work to others. Miss Griffiths class photographed and videoed our special carnival day.  Following the carnival day the children learnt more about Brazil.  They used Atlases to identify the geographical features of Brazil, made and decorated delicious Brazilian Biscuits and researched the Legend of Jurapari.

 

Coming soon…

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