Lime 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.
Lime class had an exciting art lesson on Wednesday this week. A few weeks ago they had made clay squares with designs cut into them. This week the clay had finished drying and the children were finally able to print with them. This was done by putting the clay on the...read more
Lime class had the opportunity to visit Palace House this week, as a part of British science week. The children enjoyed looking at all of the exhibitions and learning about what makes racehorses so special. Some children had the chance to ride on a mechanical horse...read more
On Tuesday 19th November, History Off the Page came to our school. They set up a Victorian “house” consisting of 12 rooms in the hall. The children experienced a range of jobs in the various rooms of The Big House Downstairs, some children acted as maids and pages,...read more
Lime class made shadow puppets from black paper and lolly-pop sticks. Then they pretended their torches were the sun to try and make their puppet's shadows longer and shorter. We also explored shadows and how they change during the day.read more
Welcome to the Lime class page. Here we will be sharing pictures and information so that you can see what we’ve been learning in school and share our adventures!read more
On Friday 21st June KS1 visited Hunstanton as part of their seaside topic. In the morning, they walked along the beach to look at natural and physical features found at the seaside. In the afternoon, they went to visit the Sea Life Sanctuary to learn about sea...read more