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.
Richard, from Anglian Water came into school to teach the pupils about water treatment, storage and provision in the Newmarket area. We learned about the cleaning of sewage and where else water may have been before we drink it! Based on their learning, the children...read more
Maple pupils enjoyed handling, discussing, researching and trying on (!) items from the Scott Polar Research Institute’s bag of artefacts!read more
A follow up session, after the KS2 assembly ‘Speak Out. Stay Safe’.read more
Maple class were lucky to have an ICT Scratch lesson by Martin Sexton from Mildenhall Amcademy.read more
With the help of the NSPCC’s mascot, Buddy, pupils learned about ‘things that are NOT OK’. They discussed who to talk with about potential worries, including how to contact Childline.read more
KS2 children visited the Memorial Hall to listen to a presentation by the Newmarket Local History Society about the bombing in Newmarket in 1941. The exhibition was extremely interesting, informative and and full of old photographs.read more