A poet visited and brought artefacts in to help inspire our writing

Cooking marshmallows

Hoop Skills England visited us during Sport Relief week and taught us some basketball skills

Learning about healthy eating

Making World War One trenches. D.T. Day

Our amazing Viking homework!

Our dinner, expedition food

Practical science lessons about forces

Pricing up foods for our Homeless topic in Aldi

Problem solving in maths

Victorian Day

Victorian games

We made bread using a traditional Viking recipe

Wilderness Academy

Wilderness Academy.

Y4 and 5 at Wilderness Academy. We learnt how to start fires to cook on, build dens and track animals. We camped in tents and ate survival food from pouches

Y5 and 6 visit our local Aldi to source foods and get prices for our 'Feed a family for a week with £10' project

We dressed up and learnt about Victorian schools and games. We looked at Victorian artefacts and did some still-life drawings

We carried out a range of fun and exciting experiments in Science Week

We carried out a range of fun and exciting experiments, in and out of the classroom

We learnt how to put one another in the recovery position during a Jigsaw lesson

Royal Wedding cake to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding

We designed and made in groups, a Royal Wedding cake to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding

The Royal Wedding Cake

Sport Relief Week. Hoop Skills workshop

Stafford Castle visit

Year 5 and 6 enjoyed rock climbing at Chasewater

Black Country Living Museum Visit

Black Country Living Museum

Year 5 World Book Day 2019

Forest School. Topic: Stone Age.

Fire building and lighting, roasting apples and honey.

Painting using brushes made from bashed sticks and shelter building.

Forest School- Stone Age activities

Forest School - Year 5

Y5 Visit to Stafford Fire Station

Learning CPR from the army, Online safety from Staffordshire Police, Staying safe by rivers and canals, Keeping safe near to lorries and Fire safety in the home.  

Shelter building in our Conservation Area

Making Stone Age jewellery from clay

St. Leonard's Primary School


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