So it’s happening again… This terms Spelling Bee is focusing on Key Stage 2. The winners from each house will competing in this afternoons live final. AdvertisementsRead More #buzzing
Today Malala Class made Kenyan Samosas. The children will be writing up the instructions and we hope to make a year group cook book over the next two terms to sell at the summer fayre as our enterprise project. The samosas tasted amazing and the children had great fun preparing the food, building the samosas […]Read More Recipes from around the world: Kenya
Yesterday Stephen Hawking class cooked up a storm. We made Vegemite and Marmite scrolls with cheese. We also made an Aussie classic: lamingtons. Most enjoyed the scrolls and Mr Cox was pleased that the Vegemite flavoured ones were the most popular. As you can see from the picture, the lamingtons were also popular and they […]Read More Delicious Aussie Tucker
In topic this afternoon, William Knibb class got their chef hats on. They worked on two different recipes: Caribbean coconut chicken and apple & coconut cake – both of which originate from our class country, Barbados. The children showed Miss Whysall and I their skills in peeling, chopping, measuring, weighing, mixing, stirring and frying; producing […]Read More Let’s get cooking…🍴🇧🇧
Today in Maths, Miss Kettle’s set got practical with fractions. The children were given a set of fractions and they worked in teams to order them on a giant number line. They showed lots of fantastic unity and resilience; extending their knowledge and understanding too. Some of those equivalent fractions were tricky! Great learning everyone […]Read More Fractions fun!
Some of our 5/6 children have been taking part in making a promotional film about St Andrew’s today. They have been presenters, directors, camera men & women, sound specialists and other film crew duties. This afternoon saw them filming a reflection session in Malala Yousafzai classroom. The group loved acting out a reflection sequence and […]Read More @UKFilmschool
Year 5 children LOVED their second session of swimming at Corby pool today. With an hour in the pool, we managed to fit in all of this: gliding across the pool; floating on fronts and backs; jumping in safely; sitting on the bottom of the pool and children in Miss Kettle’s group even rose to […]Read More Just keep swimming…🏊🏼