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  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. 

Safari Stu

Safari Stu 1
Safari Stu 2
Safari Stu 3
Picture 1
Picture 2
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. 

Langar

Langar 1

Below you can see some of the lovely things we have been up to this Autumn term!

We hope you enjoy looking at some of our work! Click on the small pictures to see larger versions. They will open in a new window. Please close the window to return to this page.

Verulamium trip on Monday 4th December 2017

Make sure you come back soon to check out our awesome photos!
Have a look at some of Year 4's amazing Roman and electricity homework from Autumn term!
Photos coming soon...
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