Malvern Park – Year 3(6/23/2017)-Dear Parents/Carers, We will be taking Year 3 on a school trip to The Parkridge Centre, Malvern Park in Solihull, leaving school at 9.10am and returning at the end of the day. Your child’s class will be going on the following date: 3 Red Tuesday 4th July 3 Green Wednesday 5th July 3 Yellow Wednesday
Birmingham Art Museum and Art galleries(5/5/2017)-Today, we visited the Birmingham Art Museum and Art galleries where we explored the largest collection of Egyptian artefacts, such as the Rosetta Stone and extraordinary sculptures. We participated in an exciting hands-on mummification workshop where we learned about the different stages of the mummification process. We pulled out the longs, intestine, liver and stomach
Entry point IPC – Victorian Period(1/20/2017)-We were visited by a Victorian Specialist who took us on a journey of discovery through the life of a Victorian Child. From home to school and then to work again, we compared the life between the rich and the poor. As we participated enthusiastically in drama activities wearing Victorian costumes, we learned about a
Exit Point Chocolate(12/16/2016)-Our Chocolate topic came to an end today! We decorated ginger man bread and cookies with chocolate sprinkles and chocolate buttons. We also made gorgeous 3-D Aztec baskets to take home our delicious creations!
Our visit to the Cadbury World(11/10/2016)-We visited the amazing world of Cadbury where we uncovered a world of chocolate delights! We travelled back in time and learned that chocolate was first discovered by the Aztecs in South-America. We were fascinated by our train ride which unravelled a breathtakingly beautiful scenery. The most memorable moment of the trip was our 4-D
Entry Point Dinosaurs(10/10/2016)-Today we were visited by a Dinosaur expert and together we explored what the dinosaurs were like through hands-on activities. We became palaeontologists for the day and examined fossils to learn more about dinosaurs. Did you know that the Stegosaurus had a brain the size of a walnut? Did you know that the largest dinosaurs
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