Well done everybody! Think we raised around £72 from our Toy Sale. Many thanks for everyone’s support, and to Congo Class for being such superstars on the day!
Many thanks to our fantastic parent, Adriana, who came in to talk to Congo Class, and tell us all about her home country, Brazil. She told us many amazing facts, from her favourite Brazilian food to the size of some of Brazil’s biggest cities. We are now all raring to go with our topic booklets on Brazil. And many thanks to her little helper, Lily, who showed us all her family’s Brazilian belongings – a football, a huge hammock, a beautiful book and some toys from the Amazonian Rainforest.
Children in Congo Class had a fantastic time at the Suffolk Schools Farm show recently. Right from the start, when we saw the Air Ambulance landing, we knew it was going to be exciting. We found out loads about the way machinery, animals and crops play their part in farming in Suffolk. And, even better, this visit ties in perfectly with our topic of Global Gardens.
Ever heard of a Wheagle? Or a Zebbit? Or even a Cowpig? Congo Class has been creating ‘mashed up’ or mixed-up animals, to enhance their understanding of their science topic on Animals. What amazing models, posters and creative inventions. And thank you to everyone at home, who helped make us all so proud.
Congo Class has been thinking about how a penguin could possibly keep an egg warm in the freezing temperatures of Antarctica. The challenge was to build a structure to keep an egg well off the ground. Well done for great teamwork!