Celebrating our home learning
In these challenging and difficult times we believe it is important to celebrate the exceptional and outstanding work that our children are producing. This is a page to showcase just a small number of the wonderful pieces work that are being done by our pupils. Many of these are so imaginative. We will upload new pieces of work as often as we can, to celebrate the effort and pride that is going into learning at home. Well done to everyone who is continuing to work hard at home.
A fantastic video promoting fire safety at home, by one of our year two pupils. Wonderful!
Year 2- We are all very proud of all of your hard work! Here are a few examples of the amazing work that we have had this week.
A wonderful video showcasing a Funnybones story from one of our year 2 students!
Year six, your Stop Motion animations are fantastic. We have loved receiving them. Don't forget to turn the sound on!
The Year 1 and 2 Key Worker's children have also been working hard at school. Here's their Dear Zoo stop motion animation.
Mrs May asked for some ideas to brighten up her lunchtime, as she is bored of the same sandwiches! These are some of the suggestions she has had so far - delicious!
Charlie, one of our year three pupils has been inspired by their Rainforest work to help to design and build a forest themed bed for his sister. I'm sure you'll all agree, it's amazing!
Year 3 have been busy with their learning at home!
Some of the awesome work from Year 5. Highlighting a range of talents and covering a variety of subjects.
Year 5 have also been writing and performing nonsense poetry!
Year 4 have been creating poems and collages as part of their 'Go with the Flow' learning.
We're also celebrating the work that pupils have been doing in school as well!
Michael in Year 4 spent a lot of time sewing his wonderful seascape whilst attending school in his key worker bubble!
Seahorse children were asked to practise something that they found challenging and see if they could improve over time. Isabelle has mastered riding her bike with no stabilisers - congratulations Isabelle!
Home learning from Reception
The children are working so hard. Well done!