Whole school IPC Entry Point

Last week we had a whole school Entry Point for our water unit. Children and teachers participated in a ‘walk a mile with water’ activity, which taught us to appreciate the hard work children and adults around the world have to do in order to get water in their houses. The children also learned about the water cycle and they made their own hands-free hand washing devices. Lastly, the children in MP2 did an experiment, to find out what happens...


Water Is Life

Children in Reception joined the rest of the school and participated in the Water Theme.  They learnt more about oceans and their inhabitants, water safety,  saving water, water pollution, modes of water transports to mention a few. They also took part in the water run and water fight, and wondered how much water is wasted when it is misused. Like this:Like Loading...


Non-fiction writing

In English this week, we wrote about a process of our choice. We used sequencing words, researched facts and organised our process writing with headings and subheadings to show the different stages involved. THE LIFE CYCLE OF A LION by Ahmed Who is the king of the jungle? Did you know that lions are so furious? Did you know that lions are the second biggest cats in the world? Did you know that lions live in group’s that are called prides? Here below are the life cycle...


Water Entry Point MP3

Last week Milepost 3 spent two days getting involved with lots of fun activities to launch the new ‘Water for Everyone’ IPC unit. The children were able to explore their creative sides while designing water-themed kitenge patterns, upcycling water bottles and producing art pieces with the title ‘The First Rains’. Enjoy some pictures of their marvellous creations below!   Like this:Like Loading...

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