Welcome to the summer term in Coral. I hope everyone had a lovely Easter break and is now enjoying the sunshine. (Lets hope it lasts..!)
This term we have two topic questions. This half term our question is 'What would your narrative be for The Piano by Aidan Gibbons' After half term we will be exploring the question, 'How would you cope if you were shipwrecked on an uninhabited island?' Attached is a copy of the summer newsletter and curriculum maps. As the term progresses I will keep you updated regularly.
Exploring how the Digestive System works.
If you are wondering how these photos explain how the digestive system works, ask a child in Coral to explain!
AUSTRALIA DAY - 26th January.
In Coral we actually celebrated Australia Day a day early. We learnt about why Australians celebrate this date and what they do. We baked Anzac Biscuits and chocolate coated lamingtons, as well as making origami Koalas and a range of other activities. Just like the Australians we had great fun, however the weather was not as favourable!!!
We had a lovely day to the Roman Baths - even if it was a little busy. We learnt lots of information as we walked around the baths and then we had a workshop, where we got to handle Roman artefacts and even dress up in a toga!
RRS FOCUS DAY -
20th June: World Refugee Day.
Today we have been continuing to build on our work this year understanding and looking at the lives of refugees. In class we have thought about what is needed to build a great community and how we can help refugees to become part of our community. Our tableau pictures below demonstrate some of the qualities we think every community needs. We realised very quickly we needed other people to help us to make things work!
FITNESS FUN WEEK - 22nd May 2017