The children created their own Lampudusa Crosses in art.
Francesco Tuccio, a carpenter from the small Italian island of Lampedusa. When hundreds of refugees who were fleeing Eritrea and Somalia drowned off the coast of Lampedusa, he was moved to gather the driftwood from the wrecked boats and turn them into crosses, which he offered to survivors as a small but powerful symbol of hope.
our class was lucky enough to be invited to Loreto to take part in a science and maths lesson. In science the children made their own fossils and mixed chemicals to make a volcano erupt. in thier maths session they played some brain busting games;musical sums and the collective memory game. They had a great wonderful time.
Mrs Kaur Griffiths