- Make your own model of a volcano including annotations and labels of key features
- Learn by heart one of the poems from the Class 3 selection, available in class, and be prepared to recite it to the school on World Poetry Day, Thursday October 3rd
- Write and present a story book to read with your buddy – think about how you can make it special and appealing to your particular buddy
- Make and write a postcard home from a selection of planets in our solar system
- Produce an observational pencil drawing of a natural object (eg a shell, fruit, vegetables, plant, flower, tree). Aim to make it even better quality than your shoe – tackled in school.
- Find out the facts about a famous volcanic eruption and produce your own eye witness account.
- Thinking back to our visit to the Conway Centre produce a guide booklet to the centre and activities for next year’s Year 5.
The BBC’s ‘Ten Pieces’ was the starting point for some of our artwork.
Class 3 visited Chester Cathedral for the biennial pilgrimage. As well as experiencing this spiritual and historical building, the children had the opportunity to discover what life would have been like as a monk as well as taking part in a range of practical workshops. The workshops this year included bell ringing, mosaic design and discovering more about birds of prey through a falconry presentation. The children also spent time reflecting in the children’s chapel and joined children from other schools in an act of worship to end the day.
Harris hawk in flight
Learning about how the organ works
Experiencing life in a monastery
Our annual residential visit to the Conway Centre on Anglesey was a great success. Activities, including kayaking, sea traversing, abseiling and raft building proved to be great team building experiences.
Raft building to develop teamwork
Kayaking at the Conway Centre on the Menai Straits
Belaying on the high ropes