Hazel 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.

Everything has changed…

Year 5 delivered a fantastic performance at St Benedict's Advent Service yesterday, singing a song called 'Everything has changed' to portray the part of the Nativity story where the Angel Gabriel tells Mary that she is to have a baby.  Readers and singers alike did a...

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Have you seen a Wild Lollipop Lady?

The highlight of our week here in Hazel Class has undoubtedly been the visit from author James Campbell.  He made us laugh so much that lots of tears were shed, not to mention a tooth! Mr Campbell inspired us to write by giving us lots of amusing ideas and we put...

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Parodies and Parchment

This week we have been learning more about life in Norman times by thinking about the Domesday book.  Hazel class are now the proud owners of our very own Domesday book, complete with details about all 31 of us upon "aged, authentic parchment" (we painted our paper...

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Parliament Week!

What a fantastic Parliament Week it has been.  The children participated in a re-enactment of the House of Commons in Hazel Class this week, as well as having the chance to debate some of their chosen issues.  Women's rights were also discussed as it is 100 years...

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Martial Artists!

On Wednesday we had lots of fun trying out some Martial Arts with Master Wayne.  There are many photos to prove how brilliant Hazel Class' defensive skills were...   This week the children have been presenting their research on a specific real-life hero. Miss Buttress...

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A Magic Balloon!

Another fun week has come and gone in Hazel Class.  We enjoyed learning about Judaism all day Monday, having the opportunity to handle artefacts to enhance our learning. In Science on Tuesday, a highlight was surely eating chocolate cakes - all to illustrate how...

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