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Let’s go fishing!

This week is all about aquatic animals. The children decided they wanted to go fishing, so we made some fish and our own fishing rods and the fun began! We placed paper clips on the paper fish and attached magnets…

Save the penguins

Learning all about polar animals, means fun, hands-on activities and experiments. The two classes gathered together for a challenging task: to save the penguins that were trapped in ice! First we froze the penguins and then we tried to find…

Feed the penguin

Since this week we are learning about polar animals, Preschool had fun remembering their colours and shapes, as well as learning facts about penguins through an engaging game. The children fed the hungry penguin, delicious fish. The fish were of…

Year 4 Home Art Challenge!

Back in March, at the beginning of the lock-down, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles issued a challenge: find a favourite piece of art, and copy it, using whatever household items you have.  Our Year 4 students responded with a…

Year 4 Art Lesson on Perspective

In the 15th century, a man from Florence, Italy, discovered perspective in drawing and painting. His name was called Filippo Bruneleschi. Perspective is what makes drawings (especially of roads and rivers, cities and countryside) look like they have depth.  It was…

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