Year 4 have been to Blackpool Zoo to find out about the animals and their different habitats and diets. Did you know? An elephant’s intestine can reach about 19 meters long and their heart is 5 times larger than a human heart.
Last week we went for a walk to identify wild and garden plants in the local area.
Today we having be using a magnifying glass to investigate different flowers.
Our story of the week… Tasting vegetables from Oliver’s Vegetables. Solving adding and taking away calculations. Sorting the vegetables from the fruits. Some of the children looked closely at the types of vegetables and searched for the root vegetables. Playing in our new Garden Centre role-play area. Making a new home for our new friends- Mr
Year 4 have been investigating volume and pitch in home-made Musical instruments this afternoon.
Year 2 enjoyed their visit today. We enjoyed planting our own plants that we will be taking home to look after.
Kathy the Bee Keeper came to school to tell Year 5 all about Honey Bees. It was very interesting; the children learned so much and asked fantastic questions.
Year 5 had an amazing time at St Laurence’s today. They watched a jelly baby set on fire, flour create a fire ball and then explode. Finally the saw first hand how the digestive system works! Back at school, we decided to test out what we had found about our digestive system by eating a Mini Roll.