Look at all the exciting activities we have been up to ...
Return to the Stone Age!
We had a super fun day with a special visitor who shared exciting real artefacts from the stone age including a real woolly mammoth's tooth! We learnt lots of new information and took part in great activities. We even threw spears and had a hunting competition. We made modern day, cave inspired artwork. We investigated about the Mesolithic, Paleoloithic and Neoltithic era's. We followed the journey of the first Stone Age man right through to the bronze age where they began to use metals and Homosapiens survived.
Museum of Science and Industry!
On Friday 12th October, classes 12, 13 and 14 visited the Museum of Science and Industry to learn more about their theme 'There's No Place Like Home.' They explored the cotton mill and found out more about life for the children working in Lancashire's cotton mills. They also had great fun exploring the science experiment area.
Please see the PDF below for details of this week's home learning. New work will be uploaded each Monday morning. Please remember to e-mail any work to the team e-mail address which has been set up specifically for home learning and not directly to teachers. Feedback will be included with the new challenges each Monday.
Please note that the week commencing Monday 6th and Monday 13th April are school Easter holidays. No new work will be set on these weeks. Please come back on Monday 20th April when term restarts.
LSK2 Letters to Parents