This terms Curriculum Tasks are based on KS2 learning topic "Who's the Mummy?".
Moss made a cake to explain his recent visit to Truro Museum.
Margot included her research from the British Museum in her project.
George's interest in farming captured his imagination and enthusiasm in his well researched and presented curriculum task.
Harlan has been really interested in hieroglyphics.
This came across in his research and presentation.
Manny showed great interest in Tuthkamum. A very informative presentation.
Thomas presented facts which interested him on Ancient Egypt. He made a model to explain the importance of the Nile.
Ivy researched lots of facts about Ancient Egypt and presented them to the class with great confidence and understanding.
Lili gave a clear and confident presentation on mummification.
An excellent presentation from Rosalie, full of key vocabulary and a very detailed pyramid.
Lukas made a magnificent pyramid and talked through the process of making it.
Isla made a wonderful pyramid; she presented her facts clearly and with confidence as well as answering questions.
Louie used a range of ways to present his project; including an amazing replica tomb with all the correct contents.
Layla made a lego pyramid to aid her presentation. She was able to talk about many areas of Egypt, which included a section on "Fun Facts".
Kyle confidently read his facts on mummification and was very knowledgable when answering questions.
Will presented facts on The River Nile.
Ruby researched and presented facts on mummification.
Alfie has been so interested in Papyrus, he made a modern day version and included in his presentation instructions how to make some.
Naomi's presentation was about the River Nile.
Millie researched and presented her curriculum task on pyramids.
Excellent research on Tutenkhamun . Confidently presented lots of theories on the mystery of his early death. But whose behind the mask
Sophie presented her curriculum task on Ancient Egyptian jewellery.
Jackson presented his model of Tutenkhamun’s tomb to Mrs Douglas, the headteacher of Tregony School.
Jacob researched and presented interesting facts on the Ancient Egyptians.....including they were the first people to invent and use locks.
Demelza researched and presented about Pyramids. She also included what she would like placed in her personal pyramid for the after life.
Danny presented his curriculum task on canopic jars. His presentation provoked some deep questioning from his peers.
Brooke shared the facts she'd researched on pyramids. She had displayed each fact around the base of the pyramid.