In the fourth week of inquiry, we tackled some complex subjects, specifically the topic of climate change and Earth’s atmosphere. We read a NASA book that explained the basics of what an atmosphere is and discussed the children’s burning questions. The Grade 3 kids made strong connections to their Grade 2 space unit, and already understood that the atmosphere protects the planet from meteors.
Grade 3 started their 5th Unit of Inquiry with a bang! We are investigating extreme weather events. Over the course of this unit, we will look at interactions between extreme weather events, climate change and developments for the future.
In Klasse 3 lernten die Schüler und Schülerinnen die verschiedenen Bezeichnungen und Bedeutungen der Wörter sonnig, neblig, bewölkt, regnerisch, gewittrig,
To synthesise their understanding about points, lines, line segments, rays and angles, Grade 3 students were asked to demonstrate how
Before the March break, all students of primary and middle years joined the Cross Country Event at the green belt.
The students opened a mini museum showcasing displays of sample artefacts from the past and present. They discussed the kind
The Grade 3’s showed an overview of what they have learnt in the unit on How we organise ourselves. They
The Grade 3`s set their behaviour goals as part of their small action showing how community members contribute to keeping
As part of their summative task for the unit on HOW WE ORGANISE OURSELVES, the students came up with different