Oak 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.
In Oak we have been learning about plants! We have found out about what plants need to germinate and what they need to grow to be healthy. We have investigated the different parts of flowering plant and have carried out our own plant dissections to explore roots,...read more
On Thursday 28th February, Key Stage 1 were visited by the Newmarket Fire and Rescue Service linked to our Great Fire of London topic. The children learnt about the equipment on a fire engine and uniform used by the fire service. The children enjoyed the chance to go...read more
On Thursday 31st January 2019 we were visited by 'History Off the Page'. They spent the day with Key Stage 1 to help the children find out about life in London at the time of the Great Fire in 1666. The children experienced life as it would have been lived at the time...read more
In Oak we have cut and ripped different coloured paper and have used this to create a collages of...read more
On Thursday 28th November, we were visited at school by author James Campbell who spoke with the children. He shared some excellent examples of his stories including 'The Toothless Tiger', 'Wallabies' and 'The Umbrella...read more
On Wednesday 21st November, Oak braved to cold weather conditions for a walk around Newmarket. This was linked to our 'Around the United Kingdom' unit in Geography. We visited a number of historic sites around the town, looked at the different types of buildings and...read more