We have taken part in many events this term and have enjoyed every minute of it.
Here are some of the highlights:
Roger took small groups of us outside and helped us to develop our bike skills when out and about in Nantymoel. We learnt how to maintain our bikes, how to stop our bikes correctly, how to control our bikes without our hands and how to ride up and down ramps and pavements safely.
- 2 candles
- A Torah (the holy books of the Jews)
- Challah Bread
- Squash (to represent the red wine)
Miss O'Connell told us that the bread should be eaten with salt sprinkled on top, but we didn't fancy salt on our lovely fresh bread.
The journey of a Ryvita
Each person in the group was responsible for representing a body part such as the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine. There was also a scribe for those who did not want to get their hands dirty. The job of the scribe was to draw a picture map to represent the journey of the Ryvita (with the help of the others in the group).
WARNING!! These photos are not for the faint hearted!!!!!!