Y4 Field Trip to: Cinquantenaire Museum

To end their IPC topic of ‘Temples, Tombs and Treasures’, Year 4 went to the Cinquantenaire Museum in Brussels.

We had an interesting tour of the Ancient Egyptian artefacts and treasures but the best part was seeing a real egyptian mummy! After the tour, we made our own clay amulets and had lunch in the beautiful Jubelpark, before returning to school!


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Y3&4 Field Trip: Belgian Chocolate Visit

Belgium is world famous for chocolate and who doesn't like chocolate?!

Years 3 and 4 went on a culinary exploration to the Belgian Chocolate Village in Brussels where they attended a workshop with a real chocolatier and made their own chocolates! Hmmm... yummy! Talk about "hands-on" learning!

In the museum they discovered how chocolate is made and the journey from cocoa bean to chocolate bar. They even saw a real cocoa tree in the tropical greenhouse along with turmeric plants, banana trees and a vanilla bean orchid!

In the afternoon the students visited the Koekelberg Basilica. The basilica is listed as the 5th largest church in the world. They went all the way up to the panorama gallery at 52.80 meters just under the dome for a breathtaking view of Brussels. They could even see the Atomium from up there!


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Y5 Public Speaking

In today's society, how you present yourself and what you stand for is a huge deal. It is key to your success!


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Active Learning with the IMYC!

At Da Vinci, we love active learning!


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Years 2 & 3 Field Trip: Peerdsbos

The students from Years 2 & 3 were able to admire the beautiful autumn colours during their forest walk in Peerdsbos.

Students studied a micro habitat and classified the interesting creatures who live on the forest floor.
They looked at the four different layers in the forest and were lucky enough to spot a red squirrel! After a picnic lunch and a stop on the playground, they teamed up to create land art in the style of Andy Goldsworthy.

What a lovely way to enjoy the sunny weather!


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