Today was our final day of the project – The Bells Of Santiago.
Year 6 have thoroughly enjoyed egniting their creative sides. The banner is outstanding (even if I do say so myself). The banner will now be laminated and hung in the Waterfront Museum in preparation for the exepition in October. Continue reading →
Today year 4/5 visited the Glynn Vivian Art Museum. As we are studying the body, our focus was portraits. Pupils drew art work by Josef Herman, they also drew the art work collected by Richard Glynn Vivian.
The children then looked closely in the mirror to observe their facial features. They drew their faces and finally created their portrait collage using coloured paper and card.
The children thoroughly enjoyed their morning and have developed their first hand observation skills by using different media to do so. Continue reading →
Last month Year 4/5 wrote letters in Welsh to Llangyfelach juniors. This months we received a reply letter. So today we wrote back. Our focus in the first letter was all about ourselves and our focus this half term was past tense and write a recount. It’s exciting to receive a letter so we are looking forward to posting our response and hearing back from them once again. Continue reading →
Some are in a better condition than others, but it’s safe to say that we have certainly made memories, laughed lots, slept less but most importantly feel proud of everything that we have achieved. Thank you for allowing us to take your amazing children away for an experience they will never forget. Continue reading →
Live as we speak…
The weather is wet, but we are not as our morning activities are indoors and we are having the time of our lives. Everybody has had a ride on a horse and have developed so much confidence. We are so proud of them all. Continue reading →
We had a fantastic night celebrating Phoebe’s birthday; Cake and party bags with some ‘wonderful, loud, noisy toys’ (Thank you Mrs Ible – haha)
Children slept all night and were up raring to go at 7:30, excited for today’s activities. We are just on our way to breakfast. This morning we have horse riding, high ropes and wall climbing.
This afternoon we are orienteering, trampolining, quad biking and a walk along the coast. No one is homesick, feeling a little sad that today is their last full day. Continue reading →