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Eco Project and Garden Area

Thursday, 2 July 2020

The children have had a great time and done an amazing job with the school eco project. They have designed PowerPoint presentations and posters to raise awareness; had badges made for the new Eco Leaders and for other children to buy; plated various vegetables and flowers and taken care of them, making a scarecrow to keep them safe; added bird and butterfly feeding areas and made a bug hotel. We are now waiting for a new summer house to be added in, so that we can observe the wildlife and continue to look after our school environment. Thank you to the Hateley Heath Project for the funds provided, to Mr Clews, Mr and Mrs Slade and to all of the staff and children who have contributed – it looks fantastic!

Class 5 Weekly Update

Thursday, 2 July 2020

Another busy week of activities for class 5, who are continuing to send examples of what they’ve been up to. Several delicious fruit bug photos this week, as well as some written work. Not long left now class 5, keep going!

Adrianne’s poster

Aidan’s completed pond

Cheyenne’s RE work

Faith’s salad bugs

Leon’s family tree work

Maisie’s fruit bugs

Emily’s Ecobot

Yellow Bubble Activities

Monday, 29 June 2020

The key worker children have been having a great time at school, enjoying activities including science experiments to create rainbows; making paper planes and boats; making a scarecrow and looking after the garden; PE, and even making delicious fruit kebabs! Well done to all of the children who have been regulars at school since lock down began. Their attitude has been fantastic and some of their project work has been brilliant. Take a look.

Class 5 Weekly Update

Thursday, 25 June 2020

Another busy week, with lots of impressive work across a range of subjects. Well done class 5 and keep it going.

Adrianne’s earthquake work

Damian’s science

Esi’s Excel work

Faith’s family tree

Maisie’s RE

Nadia’s Spanish

Nikodem’s storyboard

Tyrekh’s maths work

Class 6 have been busy!

Tuesday, 23 June 2020

Class 6 have been enjoying the outdoors through their continuing eco-project in the garden area, as well as various PE based activities. The garden is looking beautiful. Our latest work has included building a bug hotel, planting fruit trees and more vegetables, and cleaning out all areas to make the place look as appealing as possible. Well done class 6, you have done an amazing job!

Also this week, it is both National School Sports Week and specifically, National Cricket Week. We have enjoyed a range of activities like personal best challenges and the main activity for the day ‘Strictly Come Catching!’ We are looking forward to more PE later in the week, including tri-golf. See if you can try some of these at home too.

Class 5 Weekly Update

Thursday, 18 June 2020

It’s been another busy week for the children in class 5, with more impressive work completed and sent in, as well as other exciting events and activities too. It was great to speak to a number of the children via video call and the class are learning to use their new online accounts to access work and send emails independently. Well done everyone, keep up the good work.

Adrianne’s online safety work and her prayer

Faith has been busy cooking her favourite stir fry!

Jamie’s online safety PowerPoint

Jyohan’s writing linked to Reading Planet

Leon’s SPaG work and home-made cakes

Tyrekh’s art work – almost like a photo of Mr E!

Reception Home Learning

Friday, 12 June 2020

Ronan has been very busy this week, he has turned his ant farm in to ant world!

Ronan has also been retelling the story of Little Red Riding Hood using his own storybox

Well done Jasleen you have been working so hard on capacity

Aaron has been working hard on capacity and has been practsing writing sentences. Well done Aaron

Troy has been baking some delicious gingerbread men, he had a wonderful idea to create his family tree using gingerbread men. Fantastic work Troy

Amelie has created some beautiful paintings using magic!!

Class 5’s Weekly Update

Thursday, 11 June 2020

Here is a range of work sent in this week from the children in class 5. They are continuing to work hard and learn as much as they can, whilst trying new activities and developing their skills. Well done everyone, keep it up!

Aidan’s advice for lock down

Aniekeme’s instructions

Damian’s sandwich instructions

Faith’s home made doll house

Maisie’s findings about the Vikings

Nikodem’s story

Tyrekh’s work on moon phases

Class 6’s Eco Project

Wednesday, 10 June 2020

Since returning to school, class 6 have been keen to help improve our school environment and help make us more eco-friendly. Having noticed such a difference in nature and wildlife during lock down, we are keen to recycle and look after the nature we have on our school site.

Today, we were joined by Mr Clews, who helped us get some of the school garden area looking good. We did plenty of weeding, planting, watering and hopefully we’ll see some vegetables starting to grow soon.

The children were all fantastic and very keen to do their bit. A huge thank you to Mr Clews too for giving up his time. The garden area is already looking much better, and we have plenty more planned before the summer holidays. Well done everyone!

Year 2 – Creative home learning

Tuesday, 9 June 2020

Well done to Year 2 who have been very creative in their home learning. Poppy has made animals and bugs from Play-Doh. This week the Year 2 topic is castles and Oliver has been very creative and made his own model of a castle. Look at this fantastic cardboard castle. Stunning – excellent work!

Purple Bubble were so impressed that they have taken inspiration from his design and created their own castles. Look out for their models – more photographs coming soon.