Owls have been doing some amazing things at home this week and it was a pleasure speaking to all of them.
Here are some of the completed English tasks from this week. Jacob wrote a mini story in less that 100 words and Lottie and Mati wrote acrostic poems. You will also find some of our 1002nd night stories published on Owls class page.
Igor and Larissza did some great maths work looking at the weight of different objects and ordering them from lightest to heaviest.
Finley and Ricardo investigated patterns in their Islamic art activity.
Archie and Kayleigh did some amazing baking: Archie made biscuits and Kayleigh made chocolate covered strawberries. Meanwhile, Ava played swingball in the garden whilst Finley was out on his BMX.
'Kind Kingfishers' and 'Fantastic Fledglings' you have made us really proud with all your hard work. Thank you to all the grownups looking after you and for sending photographs. Thank you also for the kind and supportive comments. The Kingfisher and Fledgling Team feel very lucky to have you all in our school family.
Much love Miss Bullard, Miss Prud'homme, Mrs Jennings, Mrs Anker, Mrs Garcia, Miss Turvey and Miss Forest.
Happy Friday everyone. It has been lovely talking to you and your families this week and hearing about how you have been spending your time at home. We have had two birthdays in our class this week both on the same day HAPPY BIRTHDAY again to Amelia and James and an early HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Lexie (this Sunday). Thank you for sharing your home learning so far. Ivy and Victoria have been doing some amazing performances and Ethan has written a poem to his |Grandma. Keep up the fantastic work Magpies. It is now our Easter break so I will be in touch again after 2 weeks. Please continue sharing your lovely work - it keeps me smiling. I look forward to catching up with you all again soon but in the meantime keep busy and stay well. Please remember to help those at home with you – we ALL need to be supporting each other.
Love from Mrs Lee x
It's been a real pleasure for Miss Sturgeon and Mrs Thom to speak to our Super Swifts this week. Some impressive shout outs (just like a Joe Wick's Exercise Shout Out) go to...
Matthew for awesome effort with his handwriting this week...it has definitely improved says Mum! He is enjoying a mix of different activities with school learning, home learning and enjoying ‘breaktime’ in the garden. Matthew loves PE in the garden and his favourite activity is football!
Well done to Stephanie for her impressive exercise routine as she jogs on her running machine every day!
Great effort Loredana who is very keen to improve her score on TTRS...a new RockStar in the making, we think!
Wiki has made chocolate cake and homemade cards during her week. She has made puppets of her friends and might have a go next week to make a short video using the puppets! Watch this space!
Brilliant learning and communication from Aryan, who enjoys collaborating with Mrs Thom on his English E learning using the Google Drive. Excellent effort!! He is even writing a sequel to his first Arabian Nights story, and loving it. He has also enjoyed the Art activity this week of mindfulness colouring. Check out the photos in the coming weeks!
Elise is having a great time at home too, playing in the garden on the swing, trampoline and slide. However, she has also managed to find the time to finish her story from our Arabian Nights topic too. Good going , Elise!
It seems everyone is enjoying their Arabian Nights Narratives. Have a read of Zofia's Arabian Nights Story for the 1002nd Night...
Another busy day for everyone, it has been lovely to talk to so many of you this week.
Lexi has been focusing on her writing, playing games and painting some beautiful pictures - with the help of Leah! Mea has also been painting, writing and getting outside on a nature hunt. Great work girls.
Augustas has been counting, cooking and creating with Lego. His mummy says he's been really helpful looking after his little sister and doing jobs with her.
Miss Bullard has been doing yoga at home and taking Willow out for a swim.
Miss Prud'homme has been making an Easter Hat. Mrs Garcia has been sewing with the needle punch and Miss Turvey has been cooking cakes and biscuits for her elderly friends and neighbours.
Miss Forest has been doing puzzles and colouring. She also made some really yummy looking biscuits. Mrs Anker has been cooking and going for a walk, she found some lambs!
Mrs Ahmed has been doing jobs and keeping busy. Mrs Jennings has been celebrating her birthday at home with her children - Happy Birthday Mrs Jennings love from all your friends in Fledglings and Kingfishers.
All the Kingfisher and Fledglings staff have been busy doing some Tales Toolkit courses on the internet, looking at using books for maths learning and thinking about quality play and conversations in the classroom.
We look forward to talking to you tomorrow if we haven't spoken to you so far this week. Much love Miss Bullard and Miss Prud'homme x x
It has been really nice to chat with you this week and to find out what you have been busy doing. Betty, my cat, is still enjoying having me at home but she is sulking at the moment because Paddington is in her favourite spot, looking out of the living room window! Keep a look out on the school blog as Paddington may be joined by some friends or start wearing different outfits. Thank you to Isaac who sent the photo of the bears in his window. I like your questioning!
Other people have been busy too. The runner beans, that some of you took home, are growing really well- look at how tall George’s is! Lily and Caleb are still writing their bean diaries and recording how their beans change each week. Well done! Please e-mail photos of activities which you have tried so that I can add more pictures next week. What about putting a bear in your window? Has anybody tried out any of the recipes from Cookery Corner? If so, send in your photos and we can all lick our lips.
Take care, I do miss spending time with you all and look forward to being with everyone again as soon as we can. Have a lovely Easter holiday,
Love to you and your families
Miss Gascoigne (and Betty).
Elio and Orianne made and obstacle course and then had to follow instructions (in French) to carry out activities about time, colour and numbers. Elio loved the course so much he completed it over 10 times in a row!
Takura has been making cakes and discovered some holograms which were very calming!
Miss Bullard and Mrs Garcia have been been doing some maths while making cakes and measuring out washing liquid. Mrs Jennings and Miss Forest have been doing science when planting In their gardens and potting up Sunflower seedlings. Miss Prud’homme has been working on her fine motor skills by making a wooden pig for the garden.
Mrs Garcia has also been doing some good rhyming when she found a mouse in her house!
Fledglings and Kingfishers have been doing some super home learning and we have thoroughly enjoyed looking at your photographs and looking at all the work you have been doing. It has been lovely to hear how creative you have been with your home learning, making it work best for you. Well done to those of you who have made your own home workouts (some inspired by Joe Wicks!) and obstacle courses. It has also been really good to hear how many of you have been reading at home everyday. Keep up the brilliant work!
Much love Miss Bullard and Miss Prud'homme x x