#NSBP #schoolbreakfast #breakfastathome The National School Breakfast Programme has launched its breakfast at home area on the Family Action website, where you will find lots of information and advice on providing a low cost, nutritious, daily breakfast at home. @ReachSouth1
Year 3 learned about artist Georgia O'Keeffe who creates enlarged flower paintings. We created our own using oil pastels. In Science we investigated 'How does the weather affect plants?". We observed the plants in a sunny or shady area. @ReachSouth1 #georgiaokeeffe #flowerpaint
On Monday, Year 1 went on a leaf hunt to investigate the different types of trees at Pilgrim. In their Art lesson, they created watercolour paintings of birch trees! @ReachSouth1 #watercolor #pilgrimart
On Monday, Year 2 investigated 'How many minibeasts can we find in our school grounds?' We used our statistics skills to make tallies and block diagrams. Then we created bug art based on the work of artists Christopher Marley and Lucy Arnold.@ReachSouth1 #bugart #minibeasts
On Monday 7th, the Upper Phase were immersed in learning linked to our Art in Nature day. We enjoyed carrying out Science investigations and various Art activities including observational drawing and photography. @ReachSouth1 #artinnatureday #sciencefun
Yesterday, Foundation children looked at the scientific skill of ‘observation’ while bug hunting. The children had great fun in creating their own bugs using different printing techniques. #artandscienceinnatureday @ReachSouth1
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