We have been looking at our fingerprints in Science and the three types of patterns they have; whorl, arch and loop. We realised that although they can be classified by type, everybody has unique fingerprints.
Years 5 & 6 visited Belmont Chapel, in Exeter to explore the life of Jesus Christ and why Christians believe he is so special, through the LIFE Exhibition presented by the ICE Team.
They visited four zones where they were able to consider the historic and prophetic roots of Jesus, Jesus’ teaching, the miracles of Jesus and finally the what have we learned about Jesus.
The children really enjoyed taking part in the zones and using the interactive activities to explore the life of Jesus.
Class 3 are excited to be working with City Community Trust to promote healthy, active lifestyles. We have been learning about the benefits of daily exercise and the positive impact it can have on our physical bodies and our mental health. We have classroom based activities before we use our outdoor space for energetic football games and fun exercises.
We looked at the toilet twinning project and how important it was to have good sanitation in place in order to stop people from becoming ill. The children realised that this has a huge impact on children’s lives and how being healthy meant they were able to attend school and access an education.
Children thought that it wasn’t fair that parents had to choose between paying medical bills or or school fees. They were intrigued by some of the simple toilet huts that were being constructed in villages and how they were able to use materials available to them.
Class Two have been finding out about different puppets that are used around the world. They have looked carefully at what puppets are made of and how the materials are joined. They have learnt how to use the overstitch and the running stitch to join fabric. Watch this space to see what they will be designing and making!