Acorns Class and their learning adventures
We get up to all sorts of amazing things here at St. Louis Academy. Click one of our recent learning adventures below to read it in full.
Some children in Acorns helped Mrs Ashen to create our Advent Wreath as we prepare for Jesus' birthday. We learnt that the circle means God's love has no beginning and no end and the evergreens represent everlasting life. We lit the first candle which fills us with...
We have so many beautiful leaves in our outdoor area, perfect for scooping up and throwing into the air watching the autumn colours shimmer in the sun!
In Acorns the children participated in making a wreath for Remembrance Day. We laid it in the Prayer Garden and said thank you for all the men and women who were very brave.
Some children in Acorns got creative with all the leaves which had fallen over half-term. Do you like our mysterious creature?!
Some children in Acorns have been busy collecting dry leaves from the outdoor area. They used these to create their own unique hedgehogs, owls and experimented with leaf printing too.
In Acorns we have been learning about Saint Catherine of Siena. As a child, St. Catherine of Siena had mystical encounters. When she was 21 years old, Catherine described an experience she referred to as her "mystical marriage to Christ." Her mission was to help the...