Following our visit to York Chocolate Story last week, the children were challenged to complete a taste test to see if they could identify the most and least expensive chocolates.
Enrichment at Chapter House
Extra-curricular activities are a vital ingredient in developing confidence, leadership and teamwork skills in children and add to the enjoyment of their time at school. Chapter House offers a wide variety of activities as part of the 'My School Experience' initiative. This promotes active participation, encourages children to try new activities and often sparks a lifelong interest for our pupils.
Guest speakers and visitors enhance the stimulating in-house programme of learning, and educational visits that are designed to capture their imagination are provided for every child in each year group.
In addition, Chapter House children can participate in residential enrichment visits, including city excursions and ski trips. These trips help to stimulate their broader interest in the world around them and allow them to learn and excel beyond the classroom.
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Latest Chapter House Enrichment News
Year 3 have approach this week's Mathematics topic with enthusiasm and a determination to improve.
There has been great excitement in the EYFS as Miss G's dog had puppies on Valentines Day.
Year 5 had fun designing and testing parachutes.
This week, Year 1 have been getting creative by using lots of different media to create their own seascapes.
In response to our assembly about Fundamental British Values, Year 2 decided to link their maths topic of shape to the Union Jack by using measurements and squared paper to create their own copies.
Year 5 created and tested their boats.
Year 3 have visited York to learn all about its history.
This week the children have loved finding out about Eid.
The children were given the task of keeping a gratitude journal during the Easter break, to regularly reflect upon what they have enjoyed, learned or thankful for.