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Friday Celebration - 8th May
It is Friday 8th May - Welcome to Celebration Assembly.
Please click on the gallery to the left to see our brilliant work.
Congratulations also to Charlie, who Mrs Hall has selected for a special mention.
His poem about his experience at St Peter's is very moving. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Well Done Charlie.
A message of love for our NHS workers from Ash Class
Super Shout Outs
The teachers are all very proud of the amazing work that has been happening at home. There are some messages here from some of your teachers, look out next week for messages for other classes.
Hi Maple Class,
Hope you have had a fantastic week. Happy VE day, I hope you all have a great time celebrating with all of the decorations you have made this week. Thank you again to everyone who has shared some of their home learning with me. You are all superstars!
The 2 children who I am going to mention this week are.....
William C who has been working so hard with his Maths learning doing part, part whole using chalk outside and also for trying really hard with his reading. I would also like to mention Mollie, who also has been working so hard with her Maths and Phonics but also has been doing some fantastic Science observing a caterpillar who is hopefully going to turn into a butterfly.
Keep up the fantastic work. With love from Mrs Bolden
BIG congratulations again to the whole of Willow Class for all their amazing home learning posts on Tapestry. You've really embraced this week's maths, phonics and special VE day focus - amongst other things - well done everyone! But I just wanted to say an extra SPECIAL thanks this week to:
Kiki - for her amazing reading and writing, especially with her tricky words, and her interest in applying her maths work at toast time.
Carys - for being really keen to practise her phonics, especially the digraph 'qu'.
Imogen - for keeping so active outside, her amazing gardening, as well as her cooking, almost making her very first robot on Numbots and getting some things in her Purple Mash tray.
William O - for his incredible tower building activity, during which he combined his maths, construction, creative and phonic skills.
Matheus - for his brilliant Hungry Caterpillar maths work - comparing quantities, lengths and shapes.
Aaron - for an incredible VE day invitation sent to others, to ask them to join in the celebration to mark such a special date.
Zac - for his superb treasure map and hunting skills to find it.
Johnny - for some super independent learning time activities, such as the nature and science tasks, as well as focusing on his reading.
Leon - for working so hard on his phonics, reading and writing, especially using the sound 'th' - as well as his maths and having a go at making and using the 'nature' paintbrushes.
All the best, Miss Moon
A Happy VE day to all of Oak Class! Well done for another week of brilliant VE day home learning. I'm so proud of you all and love hearing what you are getting up to.
Shout out to....
Phoenix for his hard work and beautiful handwriting!
Alice for her brilliant science investigation!
Rosie for working her socks off, plus some good reading!
Ella for her lovely VE poem!
Isabelle for brilliant poetry and story writing!
Ewan for being a Numbots superstar and being a very busy home learning boy!
Jacob L for amazing VE day research and a wonderful VE day poem!
Eva for some yummy VE day baking and lots of VE day work!
Kinga for being Princess of PurpleMash!
Ola for all her grown up 6 years old home learning!
Hello Amazing Ash class!
Well done for another brilliant week of learning. Thank you also for your thoughtful video message to all the NHS workers and key workers! I know your message would be cherished by them all. I am so proud of you all and I can’t wait to see all your smiley faces soon!
Shout out to….
Ciaran for all of his super learning- impressive science investigations, his amazing effort with his handwriting and for writing a very thoughtful peace prayer!
Alex for continuing to be a super learner at home!
Betty for brilliant work on Numbots!
Harriet for her brilliant work on PurpleMash- labelling plants, capital cities and her wonderful story about a volcano erupting!
Alice for continuing to work hard on all her learning at home!
Isla for being a super star learner! Working hard practising her maths, phonics and extra activities!
Katie for all her super learning on PurpleMash!
Mikayla for working hard at home and trying to practise her maths on Numbots!
Sofia for all her brilliant work at home- practising her phonics, maths and for being a brilliant artist painting daffodils and making fairy gardens!
Xavier for all his super maths work, his wonderful VE day poster and completing his tasks on PurpleMash!
Love from Miss Greene
We have also received this lovely request for a special assembly shout out for
The Parents and Children of Ash Class
We would like to nominate the 'Parents and Children of Ash Class' for the next Celebration assembly. We would like to nominate them for their support and camaraderie during 'lock down' . Their messages to keep 'spirits' up is truly amazing and is very special. The recent video message for The NHS, Support and the Key Workers was inspiring and we thank you.
Claire Mclean & Leigh Chambers (Ash Class Parents)
Hi Rowan Class,
It has been lovely to see so many of you having lots of fun this week as you prepared for your VE day celebrations. Thank you for sharing so many brilliant pieces of home learning with me! This week I would especially like to mention:
Akein for his beautiful VE day garden party celebration poster and his super effort in maths and writing.
Parth for some fantastic story writing about his favourite pet chameleon.
Vivienne for brilliant effort in all subjects, particularly for her fantastic descriptive writing.
Well done Rowan Class, keep up the good work and keep smiling! 🙂
Hello Beech Class!
I hope that you’ve had a great week! Thank you for sharing some of the
fantastic work that you’ve been up to.
I particularly wanted to mention:
James for doing lots of brilliant work at home. He has completed lots of the work set on the virtual school page, he has grown butterflies and released them and has been helping out at home.
Annie for writing a great poem on VE Day. She mentioned how at the end of the war evacuees returned home, the importance of remembering those who gave their lives for us and how people celebrated the end of the war in Europe.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed the VE Day activities this week and that you have fun celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day!
Have a great bank holiday weekend and please continue to share the great learning that you are doing at home.
Keep up the great work and keep on smiling Beech Class!
Love from, Miss Shaw x
Happy 75th VE Day Elm Class!
I really hope you have enjoyed this all of the special themed week. I have seen some excellent photos of what some children have been getting up to which has brought a smile to my face.
I would like to say a BIG ‘well done’ to 5 children in particular this week…
James D – for his absolutely fantastic improvement with his writing, particularly about his dog!
Joseph – For his brilliant 3D printed Roman game!
Megan – for being very creative with her Roman shield.
Bianca – for all of her careful designing and making of her roman weapons.
Agnes – for her brilliant reading of the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid boxset’.
Our Elm Class google classroom is now up and running and I am really looking forward to showing more examples of super work on there.
Have a lovely weekend! Miss Devlin 😁
I have been at school this week and have really enjoyed catching up with
Harvey, Josh, Meghan and Sophie.
I have also enjoyed receiving all of your wonderful work, including some fantastic poems from Aramys, Arthur, Eva, Lily, Maddie, Molly, Eva and Juliette.
Other highlights have been Leo's recreation of Winston Churchill's speech (wig and all), Dug's VE Day preparations and Victoria's science project.
Please keep your news coming and have a wonderful weekend. Mr Tyler