Henry L has produced a wide range of work this week, including an amazing PowerPoint presentation on Endangered Animals. Great work, Henry!
Mae has been exploring local woods and being very creative at home, along with her English and Maths work. Well done, Mae!
08.05.20 Henry L has been doing a wide range of work at home, as well as helping the environment by picking up litter on his daily walks. Henry's joined up handwriting is amazing now, and he is the first member of our class to show me some Italian work. Mrs Green will be very pleased, so well done Henry. .
Ted and his sister Beth have worked together to create an interesting PowerPoint presentation about Queen Victoria. Ted has used excellent vocabulary in his writing. Well done, Ted!
Nellie has been finding out about Plant Life Cycles and did this great diagram. Very good, Nellie!
Toby has been really creative, making things from recycled objects, painting and even cooking. It looks fun, Toby!
Katie investigated the Solar System, finding out all about planets and making a window display.
She also created a Roald Dahl character. Lovely writing, Katie!
Lacey has created a fabulously colourful 1970's pattern and drawn her local church.
Henry C has been out exploring nature and getting fitter with all his exercise.
Freddie created a great pattern and wrote about V.E. Day.
Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos of the activities they are taking part in and the work they have done.
Freddie has been working really hard on his English and Maths and his handwriting is now amazing!
Thomas has drawn some great pictures of three of the characters from Fantastic Mr Fox and written a brief description beside each one.
Lily has produced a fantastic range of work, showing great care and lovely presentation.
I have chosen my favourite pieces for you all to see. Well done Lily for all your hard work!
Henry L has been really busy, both with activities set by school such as writing instructions and keeping a Time Diary and following up his own interests in nature, for example by turning an unwanted washing up bowl into a small garden pond. It's great to have the time to find out more about things that interest you at the moment, as well as doing some of the work we set for you each week. I like your Science Lab classroom of the future, Henry!
Katie has been very artistic and has also done some excellent science and maths work. I particularly liked your St George's Day display, Katie!
Lacey has been very busy doing normal activities like walking her dog (I'm sure all of your pets are loving having more time with you!) and also trying new things, like these Pine Berries which are apparently a cross between strawberries and pineapples! She has also been exploring new local walks with her family for her daily exercise.
Emilia has been busy doing lots of activities at home. There were too many pictures for me to show all of them, so I have chosen one showing off Emilia's lovely smile and her colouring, plus a very well written story that I thought other children might like to read. Well done, Emilia!
Henry C sent in photos of himself doing Maths and English. He used instructions to create Nettle Soup for his family to eat and prepared everything for the meal.
Well done, Henry!
Katie has been carrying out science investigations and doing a lot of English work. This is a photograph of the rainbow colours she created using Skittles!
Ted has written a set of instructions.
Well done for using imperative verbs and a range of time connectives!
Alfie has been creating some great artwork. Here is a self portrait that he created. It looks really good, Alfie! Please send me some more of your drawings when you make them.
Lacey created a beautiful mini garden and also made rainbows to put in the windows of her house. Have any of you done that, too?
Henry Law has produced a wide range of work using the ideas on our website. It was great to see copies of them, Henry. Well done for everything you have achieved!
Ted Harris has been busy writing, coming up with great ideas and using interesting vocabulary. I was also pleased to see he had edited some of his work to improve it - well done, Ted!
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