4H thought we would make the most of the fantastic weather yesterday and take our Water Cycle model creations into the outdoor classroom. The children were tasked with creating a 3D model to show this model including our key vocabulary of ’Condensation’, ’Precipitation’ and ’Evaporation’.
This afternoon, 4H thought we would put our helping hands to good use to litter pick at the Nursery Lane entrance.
We were shocked by how much litter we managed to collect in just half an hour!
Here’s all of us with all of the litter we managed to collect!
We’re harking back to Europe’s Iron Age over the next two weeks in 4H with an in-depth celebration of the Celts.
We have discussed the impact of the Roman Empire on the traditions and culture of the Celts. Today we began looking at Celtic knot patterns which evolved from use in ‘wode’ body paint to greater significance in the 5th Century onwards.
Well done to Jack, Emily and family for their positive efforts to counter dog fouling in the local area. What great, positive and helpful thing to do!
Let us know if anyone else is taking part in any fab community action!
Today we received a fantastic delivery of waterproof clothing for UKS2. 6KH thought that WE should be the first to try them out!
We played a great field game and then created some Blitz-inspired abstract art on our giant pieces of paper! What a great afternoon!
Don’t we look smart in our new waterproofs!
Huge thanks to the Ernest Cook Trust who provided the money for waterproofs.