Today Class 4 and Class 5 visited Pizza Express and learnt all about making pizza. They experimented with various pizza toppings, learning about where the ingredients originate and how each one can change the overall taste of the pizza. The children all made their own pizzas – and ate them!


On Wednesday 25th April, Years 3 and 4 began their residential by visiting Taunton Museum to learn more interesting facts about life in the Stone Age and Iron Age.

This was followed by some time out at Jump N Jackz where the children were able to release some energy!


They used up the rest of their energy on the beach building sandcastles and trying to tunnel their way to France…

      An excellent first day!


After a good night sleep and a full breakfast, Years 3 and 4 visited Bristol Survival School and worked on their Iron Age skills of knife work. They then cooked and ate homemade bread, sausages and marshmallows over a camp fire.The children returned to school at 4pm wet, dirty and exhausted…but loved every minute of it


Years 3 and 4 discovered the history of Stokeleigh Camp, an Iron Age fort in Leigh Woods, Bristol.

They had fun learning about how the fort was built to guard the approach to the River Avon and how the location was ideal so that families living there were able to defend themselves.


The children had great fun exploring and building their own protective dens!

On Thursday 26th April, Years 3 and 4 started their day by visiting Folly Farm where they learnt lots of Iron Age skills.  This was followed by a visit to Puxton Park and ended with a meal in the Harvester. A good time was had by all.


In their Maths lessons Class 3 have had lots of fun measuring and comparing capacity.