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Welcome to Camelot Class!

Teachers: Mr Samuel Davies and Mrs Dani Tooth 

           

Shapes 

We have been identifying 2D and 3D shapes, identifying the properties of these shapes and learning about symmetry. We did a variety of activities this afternoon to consolidate our knowledge.

Searching for 2D shapes in the rice, colour by 3D shapes, making symmetrical pictures using loose parts and hama beads, identifying similarities and differences between shapes

 

 

 

  

Easter

We are learning about Easter. 

Maundy Thursday

We have been reading the Easter story and today focused on Maundy Thursday and The Last Supper. We made bread rolls and then ate these and drank "wine" (blackcurrant squash!) to re-enact the Last Supper to help us remember the story. 

 The Last Supper 

Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane 

Judas shows the guards which man is Jesus and Jesus is arrested.  

     

Let's Go On Safari! 

We are learning about Kenya.

Longleat

We had a fantastic time on our trip to Longleat. This was our first trip in 2 years and so the excitement was sky high! First we did the safari park and enjoyed spotting different animals. We saw zebras, giraffes, an elephant, camels, wildebeest, monkeys, flamingos, rhinos, lions, tigers, cheetahs, hyenas and wolves... to name a few! We then had a picnic lunch and enjoyed spending some time in the castle adventure playground and on the carousel. 

Longleat 2022

 

National Parks

Today we looked at the difference between a national park and a game reserve and talked about the things we would find there. We worked together as a class to create our own Kenyan National Park in the classroom using big bits of paper, pens, loose parts, construction blocks, 2D shapes, junk modelling and anything else we could find in the classroom that we could use creatively.