On Monday this week, Safari Stu came to show us his collection of animals. The children got a chance to handle a lesser teneric, a descented skunk, a boa and a chameleon. We have been researching how the animal adapts to its natural habitat. How does a chameleon use its tail? Why does a lesser teneric have spikes? Here is a small selection of the photos.
Last week year 4 took part in a Sikh langar. We shared some food together-chapatis, samosas and carrots and cucumber sticks. Yum! Then we did a seva(act of service). Some children cleaned shoes and some tidied up. What a great example of RE in action.
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Verulamium trip on Monday 4th December 2017