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Heathrow to Bangalore and back!

Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 1 Passint through Customs
Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 2 Inflight refreshments
Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 3 Onbaord and ready for take off!
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Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 5 Ready for landing
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Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 7 We have arrive in India!
Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 8 Streetlife is very busy!
Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 9 What did we notice in the photos?
Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 10 Some things are different some are the same.
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Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 12 Dressin up in saris
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Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 14 Cooking chapattis
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Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 25 Look at our suitcases
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Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 29 Time to say goodbye to India - we will be back
Heathrow to Bangalore and back! 30 Passport control and home!

Happy Harvest Festival at St Vigor's Church

Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands?

Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 1 Putting oil and water on our hands.
Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 2 Washing our hands for 20 secs.
Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 3 Bowl 1: Cold water, Bowl 2: Warm water
Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 4 Bowl 3: Warm water and soap
Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 5 Cold water: still very dirty!
Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 6 Warm water: still a bit of dirt!
Science Investigation - What is the best way to remove bacteria from your hands? 7 Warm water and soap: nice and clean!

DT K'nex Workshop and Portrait workshop with Ian and Jane

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Week 5 - Making Apple Chutney following a recipe

Our brilliant trip to Victoria Art Gallery to learn about portraits.

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Week 4 - painting our saltdough faces

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Week 3 - sharing our talents, painting our portraits and making saltdough faces. Misty is our class chicken!

We made tomato soup today and most children loved it!! We also added a marrow from the school garden that the children planted in Bryony.

 

Tomato Soup (and four other vegetables)

As close to the Heinz version as you can get without the added sugar and salt!

Serves 6

3 tbsp olive oil, 1 medium onion – finely chopped, 1 medium carrot – finely chopped,

1 -2 sticks of celery – trimmed and sliced, 1 clove of garlic – peeled and crushed

1 medium red pepper – deseeded and chopped, 1 tbsp tomato puree, 25g brown rice    

850ml vegetable stock, Black pepper to taste

Heat the oil in a large lidded saucepan. Tip in the chopped onion, carrot and celery, stir well, cover and cook gently for about 10 mins. Add the crushed garlic and chopped pepper and stir, cover and cook for a further 5 – 6 minutes. Stir in the tomato paste and let cook for a minute then add the brown rice and stock. Bring to the boil, stir then simmer with the pan half covered for about 25 – 30 mins until vegetables are soft and rice thoroughly cooked. Leave to cool for about 10 – 15 mins (or longer if using a nutribullet to blend). Process the soup in batches in a blender or food processor until as smooth as possible. Return to the pan and reheat, adding a good grind of pepper to taste.

A firm weekend favourite with my children – and easy way to get lots of veg into them!

Our first day in Campion - don't we look smart! Even the chickens look good too!

September 2019

Welcome Back!

We hope you had a great summer holiday. 

 

Our quest this half term is:

 

How can we create an exhibition that shares our personalities, talents and abilities?

 

Please check our class web page regularly as we often share our learning with photos, songs and ideas of what you could do at home.


  • St Vigor and St John Church School
  • Wells Road
  • Chilcompton
  • Radstock, BA3 4EX
  • Tel: 01761 233847
  • Email: school@svsj.bwmat.org