Noah R. chose to find out about Canada, the Maldives and Madagascar. Look on a map to find these countries.
Japan, Rwanda and Australia were the three countries Elena chose to find out about in geography. can you find them on a map?
Darcie included the information she discovered about Mount Kenya in this super letter to St Peter's. I have passed it on to David Baldwin and I look forward to hearing about St. Peter's and all our friends there.
I think this desert island might be edible! What do you think? Looking forward to seeing photos of your mini beast biscuits.
Darcie has been writing poems this week.
Elena is loving writing her own 50 word short stories.
Noah enjoyed making and eating French crepes. I have also received his entry to the Kestrel Class 50-word story writing competition. I’m looking forward to receiving more.
Brooke has sent in her illustration of the school motto. Thank you Brooke. Remember we would like EVERY child in the school to complete this challenge. Please send a photo of your work to the school office.
Elena and Noah have thought really carefully about what socially distancing means and why we are all doing this.
What an information packed presentation about flowers and pollination. well done George.
George has painted a wonderful mountain landscape.
Ollie has drawn this great picture showing what he thinks the Ickabog looks like.
Wow look at this bunch of radishes that Darcie grew from seed. Fantastic.
A message in a bottle reached me today from Ayda. What a perfect way to end this term.
Darcie worked with real determination and perseverance to complete this 3D puzzle. Wow!
Dylan has loved reading ALL the Harry Potter books with his mum.
Noah and Elena are getting really creative with their toilet rolls!
Winnie chose her own images to weave not one but three stories around.
Noah chose the photo of the lovely old suitcases as inspiration for his story.
Nancy really enjoyed writing her 50 word story.
Elena is using her home learning time to become a very accomplished artist.
Osman has been busy investigating fractions.
Letters are a brilliant way to feel connected to people. Thank you Bethany.
Harri's been really busy at home.
Darcie’s cross section of a volcano.
Winnie, I hope you didn't hurt yourself too badly when you had your bike accident!
I loved hearing what Darcie has been doing in her home learning time.
Imogen sent me an email telling me what she has been doing.
Holly enjoyed watching her volcano erupt.
Another erupting volcano and also brilliant educational use of Minecraft.
Yet another brilliant model of a volcano.
Inspired by Andrew Goldsworthy
George made a power point of a volcano in Nicaragua. It is saved here as a pdf. What fantastic work. Hope it inspires some of you to find out about a volcano somewhere in the world.
Elena and Noah found material to help them label their volcanoes.
Mount Teide in Tenerife. Fantastic work.
First book review in. Fantastic.
Some lovely photos of your home learning activities have arrived over the Easter holiday. Keep them coming. 👏🏻
I thought it would be good to share some of the lovely work you have been doing. I don’t know how many pictures I can upload here so it’s a bit of an experiment. I don’t want to overload the office email address because they have lots of important messages coming through at the moment. So maybe you could choose 1 thing to share a week.Please don’t put yourself in the picture or your name on your work. Here’s one to start you off. I wonder if you can guess who did this lovely drawing for the front of their project.
What a lot of cuddly toys!