Maple 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.
Maple Class pupils decorated angels to contribute to the St Louis Advent display in school. We are also using the opportunity to research the appearance and significance of angels in the Bible and what they mean for Christians.
Maple children designed and created crosses in the style of Oscar Romero. We have been studying the life of Romero, as a religious leader and activist, in both history and RE lessons.
Maple class made a poppy wreath and laid it by the statue of Mary in the prayer garden.
For homework, Maple pupils researched information about a leader of their choice. They presented their findings to the class and answered questions, so we could all benefit from their new-found knowledge. We made a list on the board of all the researched leaders. When...
Our whole school participated in the recent Suffolk School Games Virtual Cross Country Competition. Three Maple class pupils won awards for their performances!
After researching facts about evolutionary scientists, Maple class pupils practised their speaking and listening skills by presenting their findings to the class and answering their questions. In true Maple class fashion, a little knowledge always makes them thirsty...