Volcano Vocabulary

During this half term in our Topic lessons we have been learning about volcanos. ¬†We have learnt lots of new words, some of which are quite hard to remember! We decided to put some actions to the words to try and help us remember what they mean. These are the Read more…

Big Cats – Y1 Oak

As part of our Paws, Claws & Whiskers topic, we have been learning all about big cats! In Geography, we have learned about the continents and have learned which continents tigers, lions and jaguars live in. We stuck pictures of big cats on to a map of the world to Read more…

Marine Life #EcoSchoolsAtHome

Why not try something different for home learning this week? Below, I have added some screenshots of the Eco schools website, suggesting some activities that your children might love to do during these times. This is the direct link https://www.eco-schools.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Marine-Eco-Schools-At-Home.pdf If you do one of these activities, please tweet us Read more…

Where have you been?

Hello St Luke’s children, Whilst you are at home, it would be lovely to get out old photographs of holidays or places you have visited. Can you find these places on our Padlet map? https://padlet.com/enuttall1/qp6mc6zhm0zu Go to this link and post your picture, along with a brief description of your Read more…

Dippy the Dinosaur

Maple have had a fantastic time this morning visiting Dippy the Dinosaur! We travelled on the bus to Rochdale Bus Station and then made the short walk to the council offices, where Dippy was to be found! Have a look at our photos to see what exciting things we got Read more…

Chinese New Year

We we have had a lovely week celebrating Chinese New Year. We have made lots of crafts to display and look at, we have tasted Chinese food and we have watched some dragon dances! The children have made masks and learned about the Chinese animals of the zodiac and how Read more…

The Ring of Fire 🌋

This week Year 3 have been learning about the ring of fire. In groups of four, we each had a different area/ section of a map, on which we used co-ordinates to plot volcanoes that have erupted in the last few hundred years. Once each member had completed their individual Read more…

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