Passport Day at AJS
October 17th was our first Passport day at Alderman Jacobs School.
Our classes are now named after countries and the children are hoping to travel to all twenty one before they leave our school.
Children across school met together in different classes to experience many skills and media in a fun filled day.
Activities ranged from cooking and sampling to origami and dressing up. Below are some photographs taken during the day.
The activities included:
|Writing your name in Chinese||Making Japanese Lanterns|
|Using our Geographical skills to create the Island of Jamaica||
Using your hands and feet to build a bald eagle…
|Making glittering maple leaf mobiles||Working alongside our siblings|
Using clay to build figures for Easter Island…
|Designing a flag for Antarctica|
|Being scientists to recreate a volcanic eruption||Painting in the style of the aborigines|