“I liked the Celtic coins. There was so much detail!”
“I really enjoyed looking at the brooches because they were much bigger than I thought and they were very sparkly.”
“I liked seeing the parade shield because I made a copy of it for my homework.”
“I enjoyed looking at the HUGE torcs. I found this interesting because I didn’t know torcs could be so big.”
“I loved seeing the whole exhibition because it’s better seeing them in real life than on the internet.”
“I enjoyed making chocolate rocks out of white and milk chocolate. This helped us to understand how metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary rocks are formed.
The chocolate was Fairtrade.”
“I liked learning about Fairtrade as it let me learn about other people around the world and their problems.”
“I enjoyed maths, we practised our underwater times tables online.”
“I liked it when we got into our reading groups and did the Literacy Circles. It was fun asking other people in your group questions about the book.”
“I enjoyed First Club Golf. I challenged myself to get a better swing.”
P4/5 took part in a First Club Golf activity on the village green today. We have been working on three types of shot – full swing, pitching and putting in recent weeks. At the green, we combined these shots in order to complete a 6 hole, par 3 course.
It was a lot of fun and we all learned a lot from the golf instructor, Kate Green, from seasoned golfers to those enjoying their first round.