This week we met with a variety of visitors at our school. On Monday we had a talk from some Community Support Officers, who discussed the importance of looking smart and taking pride in our appearance. They also explained what constitutes ‘good’ strangers and played out different scenarios.
On Monday, it was Year 3’s turn to attend a teaching Mass at Our Lady’s. Father Jeff taught the class when and how the bread and wine is transformed into the body and blood of Christ. Yesterday we also enjoyed a visit from Bishop Nicholas who visited our classrooms and took the time to ask us what we were doing to be our best selves during Lent.
All of the classes are enjoying our Natural Disasters topic. There was the researching and making of volcano and earthquake posters, discovering what a TIV is and discussing the difference between typhoons and hurricanes.
Next week, we will be launching our new Plants topic in Science, and look forward to seeing your Science projects to celebrate British Science Week. We will also be looking at fairy tales with an emphasis on The Princess and the Pea.