This author Sara has created 30 entries.

19 Nov

Our Mabira Forest Mudventure!

Waking up to the continuous sound of rain was not very encouraging on the day of our Mabira trip. Nevertheless, all of our Year Three children (and teachers) showed an enormous amount of resilience and we all had a blast. Not only did we learn how to survive in a forest and how to keep dry (when possible) we also had so much fun jumping over mud rivers, struggling up and down mud slides, building shelters and eating yummy, not...

15 Nov

Research – data – graphs – charts!

This week we combined a number of skills to a large extend – math, IPC, research and ICT. In IPC we used atlases to answer a number of geography related questions, in math we learned how to transfer the collected data into a bar chart, which we then perfected in Excel. Lastly, we looked the same information up on the internet to see how accurate our map reading skills were. ...

04 Oct

The Generation Game Exit Point

In year 3 we dressed up as old people to celebrate our learning in IPC. The oldies had a little parade around school and then they designed easy workouts to keep their bodies fit at an advanced age. The whole class joined in for the workouts and the results were hilarious! ...

23 Sep

Egg Babies!

Last week the Year 3 children became moms and dads. After designing a safe and durable house in Design & Technology, everyone received an egg to look after for at least three days. Some babies were very resilient and still came to school after the weekend at home. Well done to all new parents and grandparents who helped at home! ...

06 Sep

We are artists!

We became artists in Year 3 this week. After talking about old and young people and after gaining some inspiration from Rembrandt, Lautrec, Vermeer and other great artists from history, we created our own self portraits. We drew and painted half of the face as we are now and half of the face as we believe we will look when we are old ...

23 Aug

Keep Your Brain Healthy!

We have had an exciting first week in Year 3! We looked into how our brains work and we discussed and researched the importance of healthy diet, exercise, water and sleep. Come talk to us if you would like to find out how to keep your brain fresh and alert! ...

31 May

Maps And Islands

This week we immersed ourselves in geography in year one. We studied different trade routes pirates traveled in the past, we looked at climate and weather around the world and we designed and mapped our own islands, making a key for its geographical features. ...

24 May

This week year one children enjoyed revising their knowledge of measurements. We looked at non-standard as well as standard ways of measuring distance, height, weight and capacity. We understand that there are different units that we use for measuring, like centimeters, m eters, liters or grams and kilograms. ...

17 May

Pirate adventures

This week Year 1 went on a class trip to Entebbe Sailing Club. We found a mysterious bottle on the beach, with a hidden message inside. The message gave us some hints and clues about what we had to do to show our pirate skills. We then split up into four groups and we did four very exciting activities. We learned how to tie knots, we built a pirate catapult, we took part in a swimming race and last but...

03 May

Treasure Island Entry Point

Year 1 has had an exciting Entry Point to our new IPC unit ‘Treasure Island’.¬† Together with Year 2 we split up into four groups and we did four different pirate activities. We had to decode a coded pirate message, design a pirate flag, construct a pirate ship and finally participate in a race for treasure. It was a fun way to enter our last unit this academic year!