IG2 have been reading food articles by Nigel Slater and analysing his use of language. They have then had a go at their own food writing and to get them in the mood, they've been raiding the cupboards at home and getting creative. Today we cooked our recipes and the results were amazing! Well done, IG2!
10th February 2021: Year 2 Chinese New Year activities
This week Year 2 have been learning about Chinese New Year 🐉 They have learnt how to write numbers 0-10 and have even tried writing the Chinese words for each of the animals in the zodiac calendar. They found out in their class they were either a snake or a horse and Miss Brown is a monkey! They finished their fun three days by rustling up a delicious vegetable stir fry and some dragon cookies! They did all the hard work and even did all the washing up! A super few days back at school was had by all.
3rd February 2021: Primary club time tasty treats!
Elisabeth in Year 2 has been using her spare time during home learning to develop some new skills. After asking for some recipes to try at home Elisabeth made these adorable hedgehog rolls. We love seeing all the exciting activities you are getting up to at home. We wonder if we have any more budding chefs or bakers in our school? Send your pictures to your homeroom teacher.
Every year ISIB holds a staff appreciation day which the Student Representative Council coordinates. Due to COVID-19 the traditional events that are usually seen could not be carried out but instead the students prepared a surprise for the staff online. Each member of staff received a video message from some of the students in the school, thanking them for their hard work and effort. It was extremely touching and something the staff truly appreciated. The SRC members have done an amazing job over the past two weeks preparing this wonderful surprise and we would like to say a huge thank you to them all.
Please press the 'More' button below to view a video created for teachers by Year 8 students.
22nd January 2021: Year 6 - Cooking continues online!
All our learning is continuing even though we are online!
Year 6 had great fun following recipes to bake some fantastic cookies during our rotation period. Students showed they were able to follow the instructions given to them, with some using their own creativity to take it further. It's great to see what budding bakers we've got coming through at ISIB, and we can't wait to see what else they are capable of in the kitchen!