Geography is the driver subject for 'Rocks, Relics and Rumbles' so from January to February half term, we will be learning all about Earth! From earthquakes, to tsunamis, to the layers of the earth and more! We will be studying different rock types, using our knowledge of their properties and also understanding why some parts of the world are more likely to experience an earthquake than others.
We will be doing our very best to provide memorable occasions for the children amid the ongoing pandemic and will be keeping a very close eye on government guidance in relation to visitors and experiences.
Please keep coming back to the website - we aim to add as many photos of the children learning as we can each week because we know how much parents and families are missing being able to visit school at the moment.
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Listen to our volcano soundscapes:
Listen to some of our wonderful earthquake soundscapes.
After reflecting on how Christians give up distracting activities in order to think more deeply about God during Lent, we thought about what distracts us from our work at home and at school.
Our task this week was to find some human features made out of rock. Which types of rocks did we find? Sedimentary, Metamorphic or Igneous?
Look at the fun we've all had investigating soil!
Here are some volcano posters that were sent in from home.