Sycamore 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.
On Tuesday 25th February, Father Christopher kindly came to celebrate mass with Sycamore class. Our theme was centred around serving God in other people, and we learned some interesting facts about Shrove Tuesday after the service as well.
In Art this week, we looked at the work of Henri Matisse and were really inspired by his paper cutting. We had a go ourselves by listening to Jazz music, watching some classmates dance and then making a collage from our paper cuttings.
Last week, Sycamore carried out a variety of investigations exploring how magnets attract and repel.
Sycamore thought about the importance of cleaning their teeth after seeing the effects of certain liquids on egg shells after one week. The egg shell represented the enamel that protects their teeth.
This week LKS2 have been learning about tempera, a medium of painting that involved mixing coloured pigments with egg yolk. They used pigments from beetroot, paprika, spinach and many other natural resources.
Year 4 enjoyed a gorgeous morning of sunshine at the Primary School Games recently. The competitors had a fantastic time running, throwing, jumping, balancing, weaving, passing and cheering each other on throughout a range of different activities. They were so...