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.
As we have entered the start of Advent, we have each made an ornament for our Jesse Tree. Each day we add one more. We have also added our Christmas wishes to the tree. Our classroom is starting to feel very festive!
Over the last couple of weeks, we have been designing and creating our own Coats of Arms. These were based on medieval styles, like that of King Henry VIII. The designs we have produced are symbolic of what is important to us individually.
Over half term, Hazel Class researched some of their own heroes of justice and you can see some of their fanatstic posters below. We have also been reflecting upon other heroes - those who gave their lives for us in wars past and present. We have made poppies in a...
Take a look at some of our beautiful pouches that we have stitched together and designed to keep our rosarys in. Developing the skills we practised when looking at the Bayeux Tapestry, we have neatly stitched together material with our own designs.
As part of our work on the Normans and the Bayeux Tapestry, we have been developing our embroidery skills. Although this has required lots of patience, you can see the bookmarks we have created and how beautiful they are!
We have been learning about our inspirational and heroic class saint, St. Maximilian Kolbe. Although his story is a tragic one, he is an excellent example of selflessness and service. We have been sketching his portraits and creating fact files about him.