Weekly Wall of Wonderful Work

So after our first week of home schooling. We've had some brilliant photos of the work everyone has been doing - thank you. This page isn't big enough to show everything, but here is just a small sample. For the children who have been in school this week, it's been a busy week as well, from making rainbows for the windows, to building a scarecrow to protect the newly scattered flower seeds.

British Science Week at St. Giles

British Science Week has run from 6th to 15th March and is a celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. Here at St Giles, we have joined in the celebrations by having a science day in the infants and juniors, both of which have involved developing lots of scientific skills including observing, investigating, predicting, testing and answering questions. On Wednesday, the Juniors were visited by Sci-Man (Simon Edward)and his sidekick, Lizzie, who talked to us about Diversity and Genetics, for instance, if you can roll your tongue, it is possible that you may have inherited this trait, though you can also learn to do it. We looked at whether earlobes were joined or not, and if

Heroes and Villains

Class 3 have been introduced to some interesting characters within their new Creative Curriculum topic, Heroes and Villains. Cruella De Vil came to visit the class and the children got the opportunity to ask her lots of questions about her choice of lifestyle. Some children had the opportunity to become Cruella by donning her infamous fur coat. EVIL! They picked apart the text 101 Dalmatians and found evidence within the text to confirm that she really is a villain. Once they pulled the text apart, they then compared this to the song from the Disney movie to see how a popular film company proved their antagonist is evil. This week the children learnt about the historical anti-heroes, Bonnie

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