Adventure in Living

Life is for learning

Friday 8th May 2020 marked 75 years since Britain declared victory over its enemies in World War 2. We believed this to be an excellent teaching opportunity not to be missed. Levi and Laila-Mai were engrossed in the World War 2 videos they were shown to introduce the project. There were lots of ques...

We've had a "miraculous" topic in the last two weeks, looking at our two favourite superheroes Ladybug & Cat Noir. We have been finding out about the French capital, Paris, the setting of our favourite TV show. We started off looking at 3D shapes and their properties, transferring those observations...

In history we looked back at the lives of early Britons starting with the Anglo-Saxons, how they lived, what impact they had on the landscape, and how they compared to the Vikings who came after them. We visited Jarrow Hall Farm, which is a reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon village. It contained repl...

On the way to Sherwood Forest, we stopped off at Creswell Crags. On a tour around the site, we explored the prehistoric caves which gave us a feel for what life was like during the Ice Age in Britain. The guide handed around the kind of tools that would have been used for hunting and cooking, as wel...

When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body.

- Sir Isaac Newton

Our project covered the physics and chemistry of rockets. We also looked at the history of space travel and how astr...