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Autumn 1 - Urban Pioneers

The children enjoyed learning about the contributions of Black British people to society

Why don't you find out more about Black History month?

The children enjoyed peer massage on Wellbeing Day.

The children enjoyed learning about how Hindu's celebrate Diwali. They particularly enjoyed making, tasting and then evaluating the Mango Lassi, that is traditionally drank during Diwali.

The children enjoyed creating their own art work based on the artist Keith Haring

We're getting quicker at logging on to our Chromebooks. We loved exploring the Numbots game.

Investigating which materials were reflective in Science

The children’s first chess lesson ~ learning all about the pawns

Hop on the bus and take a trip downtown where the lights are bright, and every street has a story to tell. Explore with fresh eyes the art of the city, then capture a moment in time – perhaps a reflection on a building or a shadow passing by. Make a map of your home town and find out how things have changed. Has time changed town life for the better? How could you improve the urban environment? Maybe add more colour? More light? More things to do, or perhaps a plaza with a comfortable bench or two? Or maybe, like Emil, the city astounds you with its sights and sounds and people rushing by. Now light up the city with creations of your own – a statue, a light show, a monument or street art. The possibilities are endless. What will you choose? You’re an urban pioneer, so get ready to go.