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Our Weekly News
In the boxes below, you can read about our best moments in school.
We are sharing our weekly news every Friday.
- Week 3+
This week in Kenya we have started lots of new and exciting activities.
For example, in English we have continued the theme of fables and the class made their own morals to their stories. As well as this, the students have used ‘The Ant and the Grasshopper’ as inspiration for making their own scripts!
In Maths, we have recapped using the number line to improve the pupil’s estimating skills. For Food Tech, Kenya class followed and made a healthy chicken noodle recipe (it smelt amazing!). Finally, in order to understand how a volcano is made, the class used plastic bottles and newspaper to design a structure of a volcano.
Once again, well done Kenya for all your hard work!
- Week 2+
Welcome back Kenya!
After a restful summer break, Kenya class have come back and got stuck into lots of fun activities.
In English, the class have started looking at fables and the importance of the moral of the stories. The pupils have also had a go at writing a follow up to the fable ‘The Lion and the Hare’. In Maths, students have recapped three-digit numbers by identifying hundred, tens and one columns. For food tech, we created our own version of spaghetti bolognese on a budget (the results did not disappoint!). Finally, for Geography the class looked at what the Earth is made from and in groups made a playdough model of the Earth’s core.
Well done Kenya for all your hard work this week!