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.
As an end point to our Humanities project on France, LKS2 enjoyed a French breakfast of croissants, bread, cheese and ham.read more
Sycamore have thoroughly enjoyed reading Peter Brown's The Wild Robot this half term. Children have given Roz advise on how to survive the wilderness, and have written persuasive letters to convince Mr Beaver to help her. For World Book Day, they came together with...read more
The lower key stage 2 production was well on its way this week as Sycamore, Beech and Elm began rehearsals and sang their hearts out to classics such as Roll Back the Stone and King of the...read more
Recently, Sycamore class showed their journalistic skills by reporting on the serious business that is the sport of cheese rolling. Their work featured some inspiring cheese-based wordplay and quotes from fictional former cheese chasing champions.read more
Recently Sycamore enjoyed reading the accounts of Egyptian mummification by the ancient Greek historian, Herodotus. We found modern examples of the resources that were used and followed Herodotus' instructions in order to mummify some tomatoes!read more