On Thursday 25th May, the whole school took part in an exciting Geography Day!
We all carried out a wide range of activities such as orienteering and brushing up on our place knowledge of the world!
We also all carried out a data collection activity where we came to school in our own clothes and found out from the label where the clothes had been made.
Have a look at the photos below to see what each class did!
Yasmine year 3 - 'On geography day I enjoyed singing the continent song'.
Finlay year 3 - 'On geography day I liked orienteering'.
Year 6 looked at a short video from The Literacy Shed about a farmer who planted windmills. He watered and looked after them but then a storm came and destroyed them! Here is a link to the video we watched and here are some of our stories and diary entries about The Windmill Farmer.
Year 5 - ...geography day was so much fun'.
Year 5 - The orienteering was great fun with my friends around school'.
Jaime Y ear 4 - 'Geography day was really good fun because I learnt that myself and Darcey make a great team'
Mia B Year 4 - 'I really enjoyed orienteering because I found it quite challenging finding numbered stands'.
Harrison Year 4 - 'It was an exciting day and the best part of it was when we did orienteering'.
Gracie Year 4 - 'I loved the orienteering'.
Sam S year 6 - 'I liked how we found out where peoples clothes came from in other countries'.
Isabelle year 6 - 'The orienteering was enthralling because i'd never done it before. This idea was a great one'.
Joe year 6 - 'I really liked the orienteering because it really got me active'.
Alice year 6 - 'I liked geography day because i enjoyed orienteering and also creating my own island'.