St. Louis Academy
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We've made it! Halfway through the year already... Apologies for the lack of posts the last couple of weeks; they've been written but apparently ICT had also decided that it was winding down to half-term... Speaking of ICT, the iPad battery is flat too so no photos...
A follow up session, after the KS2 assembly ‘Speak Out. Stay Safe’.
Maple class were lucky to have an ICT Scratch lesson by Martin Sexton from Mildenhall Amcademy.
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.
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.
Today we had a lovely trip to Memorial Hall in Newmarket to find out all abut the 1941 bombing. We heard a real air raid siren and did St Louis proud with our excellent notetaking - congratulations to Charlie for winning first prize! We had a lovely little play in the...
Maple class enjoyed our class Mass, led by Father Christopher, on the topic of our learning about the Ten Commandments.
In Oak we have created our own collages in response to the work of Patrick Heron. Patrick Heron is a British painter and art critic. He was born in Yorkshire but moved to Cornwall when he was five. He was influenced by artists such as Henri Matisse and Paul...
Recently we have been thinking about what we need to do to keep ourselves healthy. To help the children understand the importance of washing their hands we have carried out an experiment using some bread. One slice of bread was handled while wearing surgical gloves...