Larch 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.
Larch class have enjoyed making Jesse tree ornaments and discussing stories from our book, "Unwrapping the Greatest Gift".
For Remembrance Day, we made poppies for a wreath that we took down to the prayer garden, where we thought about the selflessness and bravery of those who fought in the wars.
As part of our new R.E unit, Larch class made some beautiful posters about heroes, new and old, who have fought against different types of injustice in a variety of ways.
All Year 6 pupils worked with Mrs Feehan to study the Relationships and Sex Teaching Programme missed from the Autumn term last year. ‘God loves me in my changing development’ explores the physical and emotional changes that accompany puberty and allows children to...
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...
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.