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4LS had such a wonderful time visiting the Gurdwara! Have a look at our video of the trip here.
As part of our comparative religion and PSHE curriculum, we enjoyed an informative Gurdwara visit. After Langur, we were given a guided tour which included visiting the Guru Granth Sahib as well as a question and answer session. Many thanks to our Shrewsbury parents for their invaluable assistance, and to Mr Donno for his organisation.
To complete our work on States of Matter we have been learning about the water cycle; thinking about what happens to water throughout the processes of evaporation, condensation and precipitation.
4LS had a lovely time in the library today listening to a wonderful story by Michael Dahl called Thesaurus Rex.
Fancy a mathematical challenge? Then come along to 4LS where some of us have been challenged to explore squared and cubed numbers. Can you solve these problems?….
When writing poetry about India, as a class we discussed what we might experience if we were to visit India ourselves. There was wonderful discussion in class about what would or would not be relevant description, which we then used to build our descriptive language which fed into our writing. Have a look at the […]
4LS had a wonderful time in the lab today recording and measuring our chemical reactions.
This week we went for a walk in the local area completing a Geographical survey that we had written, looking at features of land use in the local area. We thought about what types of buildings are surrounding the school and when and why they might have been built. We loved being real geographers for […]