During Lockdown we have been learning about the Maya Civilisation. As part of this the children have designed and made masks (either battle, event or death masks).
The children have also been worked hard designing and making their own chocolates and chocolate packaging.
In Year 6 we have have been designing and making planes - starting with an experiment with paper plane to making models from balsa wood. This has involved using jigs, saws and.... warm (although they feel very hot!) glue guns. All of the children in both classes have shown maturity when using these resources.
Well done for all your hard work so far class 11 and class 12. Keep it up!
Sophie P has been busy writing a poem.
Sophie A has enjoyed being creative.
Carys has painted a picture for her topic work:
Ruby's code for the rainbow is shown below:
Carys made this rainbow in computing
If you have some spare time, why not try following these instructions written by our very own class 11 and class 12!
Lara's intriguing Chocolate Salami chocolate_salami:
Samuel's Cinnamon Swirls:
Alfie's Very Yummy Chocolate Cake:
Super Science work Zoe!
Cakes made by Alfie and Mum.
Alfie has been busy painting.
Taking inspiration from Captain Tom and raising money for the NHS..well done Phoebe!
Ruby's amazing cakes!
Alfie has been busy baking - these look yummy!
Joe has been busy writing his fable.
And so has Alfie B
Samuel has been busy baking cookies.
Theo has been hard at work writing his fable:
Carys and her sister have been creative.
Alfie B's super topic work on Greek Gods & Goddesses
Enjoying Joe Wicks this morning!
Residential activity centres are great for providing children with valuable new skills and learning experiences. Mill on the Brue is one of the best outdoor education and activity centres for school groups, offering a diverse range of adventurous activities and fantastic educational holidays. The dates for this year's trip were Monday 2nd to Friday 6th March 2020.
We arranged for the Space Odyssey dome (see www.spaceodyssey.co.uk for further details) to come to our school for a multimedia presentation, to support of topic of space.
Children from Class 11 arrived at the main school doors by 08:15 for an 08:30 start in the main hall. Children in Class 12 had a normal start of 08:45 and their session began during the school day.
On Friday 4th October, Year 5 welcomed Mr Murphy, Victorian school master to Holy Trinity. The children enjoyed a day experiencing a Victorian school lesson, finding out about Victorian artefacts and learning about Victorian punishments. The afternoon was spent playing traditional Victorian games such as snakes and ladders, skittles and quoits.