Beaks, bugs and evolution.

Beaks, bugs and evolution.

In order to investigate evolution and adaptations, Larch class took on the roles of spoon-beaked, fork-beaked and pencil-beaked birds in different environments. The population of spoon-beaked birds quickly fell as they were unable to scoop up pasta bugs from small...
Our Special Places

Our Special Places

As part of our wellbeing and power of reading unit, “Here We Are”, Larch class created boxes representing some special places to them, both real and imaginary.
Sycamore Class Mass

Sycamore Class Mass

On Tuesday 25th February, Father Christopher kindly came to celebrate mass with Sycamore class. Our theme was centred around serving God in other people, and we learned some interesting facts about Shrove Tuesday after the service as well.
Enquiry into Tooth Decay

Enquiry into Tooth Decay

Sycamore thought about the importance of cleaning their teeth after seeing the effects of certain liquids on egg shells after one week. The egg shell represented the enamel that protects their teeth.


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