6th July 2017

Open the Book Filming

Open the book came to school to do some filming on Wednesday 5th July. Some children from each class were helping with the acting, which was great fun.  The story was about how some people believe in a god and some don’t. The story was also about how a king was told to change the law so that people had to pray to the king and not god and why this wasn’t successful.  Some people from the audience had an interview about the acting and I’m sure everyone loved being part of the team.  We all know how important it is to learn about everyone’s religion, not just our own, so that we can understand other people in the world and live in peace together.   By Rayhan

Whipsnade Zoo Visit

IMG_6692Reception Class went to Whipsnade Zoo on Wednesday 5th of July. The weather was very hot. The children travelled on a coach to get there. Reception loved the trip – they saw lots of different animals such as lion, wolves and monkeys. They had a picnic lunch. They arrived back at half past three in time to  go home. Everyone was really tired!   By Farhan

 

Presentation about Mexico

   On Thursday 6th July, Yuki from year 4 had his PowerPoint presentation. He was a bit nervous. it was in front of Reception, Year 3 and Year 4. His presentation was about Mexico. He talked about the food, the festivals, the animals, the Mexican map and the landmarks. Everybody learned new things.               By Yuki

 

Presentation about Greece

On Thursday 6 July, Aljavelle did a presentation, in front of the whole school, about Greece. She was so nervous but she did a great job. Some of the information she gave was that there was a monument in Greece called the Parthenon. The Parthenon was built between 447 and 432 BC. The president of Greece is Prokopis Pavlopoulos. Aljavelle talked about the Greece map, the Greek language and other information. The presentation lasted approximately 4-5 minutes. Everybody learned something new!            By Aljavelle