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.
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
Sycamore Class have been exploring how historians learn about ancient civilisations. Through their study of the Ancient Egyptians, they have enjoyed analysing primary sources and deciphering ancient...read more
Year 4 pupils from Sycamore and Beech classes had a wonderful time in Thorpe Woodlands. They showed fantastic teamwork, fought their fears and challenged themselves in lots of exciting activities, such as the climbing wall pictured. Mr Wognum and Mrs White were very...read more
For the Pentecost Party, Sycamore class created giant symbols of the Holy Spirit that were pieced together from their individual paintings....read more