V&A This museum opened last year in 2018. The museum soon became Dundee’s landmark. The £ 80 million building was designed by a Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. The plans for the building was through a competition announced in 2010. Kengo Kuma won the competition from 120 designs. This became Kengo’s first designed building in the […]
Primary Five are delighted to be going back to the Lunch club at the Barn Church in May. Primary Five are hoping that it will be a really bright and sunny day when go! We would like to meet our friends at the Lunch club again and are looking forward to playing games and building […]
Ready to take your #EggDashChallenge to new heights? Grab a Chug Jug and squad up! If you’re new to the blog, welcome! I’m John. Thanks for dropping by. In less than a week’s time, the #EggDashChallenge has been an unbelievable hit in schools and classrooms around the globe — with the original video racking up […]
“Speelgoedmuseum? Are we not too old for this?”, asked my 13-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son as we walked into the building. Well, it was definitely not what we expected. So, Speelgoedmuseum is a Toy Museum (formerly Toy and Tin Museum) occupying two late medieval merchant houses on the Brink, in the center of Deventer, since […]
aduang kawatasan — lorung malabit — mumunang kawatasan— soneto 13 * Masala ne ing bie kung miglulam, uling milislis na la ring bigậ. Panaun na ban ibat king lalam, magbabo na ku ngeni’t mibaguậ. ** Ing aral a likuan da ring galus, iyang gawan kung guyabnan. Ban managumpe na kung malaus, ing lisya e ku […]
ing capas capampangan ya — renato b. alzadon, anp King punta ning dalan Capas, milungenge ya ing matua! Ketang pampang a mabatu, misubsub ya ing lupa na; Balamu dimdam na wari king ing gabun ginalgal ya A antimong kapakibat ning magagabak a banua! Makanian man, pinilit neng inatna itang kanuan na— Itang kanuan nang […]
Sophie and Chloe have been enjoying using the Kapla blocks recently to design their own homes. The property above features a walk in wardrobe – I wouldn’t mind one of those! Great work and imagination girls!
DAY 2 Theog to Kalpa (200km) After a restless, jet lagged sleep, we were up and at em for an 8am breakfast meeting ahead of a 9am departure. Today we were due to cover 200km as we worked our way across to Kalpa, and really started climbing into the snow covered Himalayas. The whole […]
Our amazing P6 pupils organised an excellent Red Nose fundraising event for us all. They ran a café with an amazing selection of cakes and they made healthy blackcurrant smoothies too. There were so many cakes so we invited the HS staff , pupils and daycare ! They presented an assembly on where the money goes […]
We’ve mentioned before that block building is an absolute favorite activity in the class. The materials fuel the imagination and we usually hear some wonderful, creative stories that give meaning to the structures. Of late, the block building, for some unknown reason, has been centered around “Jails.” Yesterday we asked the children to tell us […]
A few pictures of Class 1’s open exploration of the Kapla blocks on Monday afternoon. Some fantastic concentration, cooperative skills and problem-solving on display. Class 1 also loved using the weights to test the strength of their models, and with support could add up the weights to get a total amount.
Well. A lot has happened since the last update. We are currently in an internetcafé in the city of Nanning, southern China. We crossed the border yesterday and I will do a recap of what has happened since Hoi An in Vietnam. When our days in Hoi An were over and the time came to […]