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.

Tudor Trouble

Such fun was had by all in Sir Patrick’s Manor on Tuesday! Making soap, chopping off limbs and learning dances to name but a few things. The children displayed excellent Tudor knowledge and learnt lots of new skills. Don’t forget to be on school for 8am...

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Profound and Pretty Poppies

This week we started the week with Remembrance Day.  We reflected upon people who had given up things for us, both soldiers in the war and people within our own lives too.  We wrote thank you prayers for these people onto the leaves of our beautifully designed...

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Welcome back!

Welcome back, another busy week has been and gone.  We have had our photos taken, learned about factors of numbers and written letters about our vocations, to name a few things! Here is a lovely, bright picture of us wearing red to Stand Up to Racism! This was the...

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Night Fever

This week we learnt some Disco moves in our PE unit about dance through the decades (see below). We have also learnt about different creation stories and all of Henry VIII’s different wives.  We made origami History Tellers for this, to test our friends and family!...

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Solar Systems and Tudor Times

Lots more fun this week with the rather complicated Tudor Family Tree and the orbiting of planets in our Solar System.  We’ve danced The Twist in PE, rounded many numbers in Maths and written some fantastic poems in English.  Great work guys! Homework: Next page of...

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Horrible History?

This week we have been sorting through our British History and learning terms such as ‘chronological order’.  We’ve also learnt about the planets in our Solar System as well as how do some basic moves from the Cha Cha Cha in PE.  Plus much more besides! Homework:...

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