The Jupiter 2 kids started a new topic in their social studies lessons: Where I am.

They learned all about things like what a location is, what it means to be a country, how the USA splits its country into states, whereas in Japan, the country is split into prefectures. They also discussed what borders are and how we can have national, and international borders.

With that knowledge at hand, the students then set about the task of making a map of their schools and defining the different borders between each class and the reception area.

They had lots of fun categorising and mapping the area in a way that can be deciphered by their fellow peers.

Great job, kids!

– Tim