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Primary and Foundation Stage: FS3 master sustainability while Y2 learn from a Hungry Caterpillar!

FS3 focus on sustainability as they say ‘No to plastic bags!’. Year 2s create excellent salads based on the Hungry Caterpillar Story. Year 4s enjoyed last week’s African Project Week. The Community Art Club has installed a new feature called the Instrumental Mobile. Finally, let’s all be STArs and jump for our Klong Toey neighbours!


FS3 says ‘NO!’ to plastic bags.

For the next two weeks, FS3 are focusing on sustainability. At the moment, the children are making posters that encourage everyone to “say no to plastic bags". They are looking at the impact plastic bags have on our environment and how we can reduce the amount of plastic bags we use by saying ‘no, thank you’ when offered a bag at a shop. Above are some wonderful posters the FS3 students have made to raise awareness.


Year 2s create excellent salads based on the Hungry Caterpillar Story!

The teaching assistants in Year 2 were busy last week making videos about their favourite salads based on their topic of MiniBeasts. Their ‘Hungry Caterpillar’ salads were shared with students, and then they had a go at their own salads, sharing their videos on SeeSaw. I think you’ll agree they look absolutely delicious. No actual caterpillars were used in the making of the salads!!


Year 4 go to Africa!!

Last week saw the Year 4s enjoying their African Project week. The students were given an African country to study and had to find out all about that country. The week started with a look at musical instruments from their chosen country and then they had a go at making one themselves. 

They also studied the physical features of the African country, the art and culture, where they drew their own African pictures, food from the country and the tourism. It truly was a brilliant experience for all the students in Year 4 and the work was of a really high standard. Well done everyone for taking part in this week and trying so hard to produce outstanding work.

Art Installation installed 

The Instrumental Mobile was created by the Community Art Club run by Ms Lisa. It is an installation that was created over 2 terms and many students worked lunch hours as well as after school to finish their instrument. It was a labour intensive piece and each instrument embodies part of the artist's personality. 

The inspiration for their design is varied and evident, everything from Anime, tribal design, modern art  to glamour and mainstream luxury advertising can be seen. Whether or not the inspiration was rooted in passion or distaste, I think this leaves the viewer understanding our connection to music is unavoidable. Music has the potential to change a mood, to shift an atmosphere, and to encourage a different behavior.

Ms. Lisa

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As Mr Paul mentioned in his Heads’ lines, a huge thank you to Mr Colin and Mr Paul Atkinson for supporting the Klong Toey community. We also thank you, the parents, in advance for your support by jumping and raising money for this neighbouring community that needs our help more than ever at this moment in time. You are all STArs!! 


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