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Friday Celebration Assembly - 15th May
It is Friday 15th May - Welcome to Celebration Assembly
Please click on the gallery to the left to see our brilliant work.
Don't forget that your parents can send in examples of your work, or a special mention to Mrs McDonnell each week, which will be included in our gallery.
Congratulations also to Amy, who Mrs Bolden has selected for a special mention.
Amy made a video telling the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. She got her little sister to act it out while she told the story.
We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did!
Well Done Amy!
VE Day Gallery
We've made a video montage of all the wonderful pictures that you have shared of your VE Day celebrations last week.
A huge thank you to all of you who sent myself or Mr Tredger a science selfie. You have made us so proud with all the amazing investigations you have been doing. They have all been put together to create our St Peter's Science selfie book. It will be at school for all of you to look at when you return.
Well done everyone, but here are the winners from each age group.
(They will all receive a special prize by email)
Early Years-Dylan Cunningham
KS1-Eleanor Sebastian-Jenkins and Bobby Thompson
KS2- Emily Senior and Aidan Crouzet-Smith
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.
I hope you had a fantastic bank holiday weekend and that you have enjoyed the learning activities this week. It has been lovely to see so much uploaded onto tapestry, thank you so much for this!
The children who I am going to mention this week are.....
Emily and Ellerie who have been working really hard in school learning about spiders, they created some lovely spiders webs by weaving wool and played a game with masking tape and pompoms where they recorded their own score. Well done girls!
I would also like to mention Bláthnaid who is working so hard at work with her reading and writing. She wrote a fantastic list for her picnic. Well done Bláthnaid!
You are all brilliant and I miss you all very much! Hope to see you all soon!
With love from Mrs Bolden
HUGE well done again to the whole of Willow Class for all their amazing home learning. You've really embraced this week's maths, phonics and independent activities - as well as including some of your own amazing ideas and initiatives - congratulations everyone! An EXTRA well done this week to:
Kiki - for some super phonics works, especially the hunt around her own house to find objects that use the 'oa' sound.
Imogen - for her incredible VE day prayer that she bravely read aloud to all of her neighbours.
Will - for his super spider web, which was very good at catching flies.
Luke - for being able to recognise all of his Phase 3 sounds, and in under 1 minute!
Aaron - for some super VE day activities and celebrations, as well as the effort he's put into his reading.
Johnny - for some amazing VE day activities and celebrations, as well as lovely nature projects.
Leon - for a brilliant piece of art created using spring-time, natural objects.
Georgia - for some super reading and writing linked to the sound 'oa'.
Jack - for his fantastic interest in, and grasp of money!
All the best, Miss Moon
Hi everyone! Well done for completing another week of super home learning. I know you are all doing me proud and I really hope I can see you soon!!
Some special shout outs.....
To Bella for being an amazing eco warrior and receiving a green Blue Peter badge!
To Ellis for his brilliant maths and beautiful writing!
To Louisa for being a Purple Mash superstar and working so hard at her phonics and maths!
To Eva for her week of hard work!
To Jacob L for the best phonics tree ever and great planting!
To Tom for a fantastic Scottish poster!
To Matilda for being a Numbots superstar!
Well done for completing another week of super home learning! I am so proud of you! I love seeing all the things you are doing at home.
I have one BIG SHOUT OUT to all of Ash Class and your families for your wonderful pictures and messages that were sent to the front line workers at the Royal Marsden. You have such big hearts full of love and they cherished all your kindness!
Extra shout outs:
Minnie for her amazing investigations involving chicks, a brilliant rhyming poem, making bread and teaching mummy and daddy about the journey of sticks from Forest School!
Daire for his super writing, practising his phonics and fab work about VE day!
Jadzia for her brilliant acting out of the ‘Smartest Giant in Town’.
Ciaran for an amazing week working really hard with his writing, phonics, maths and all his work about Scotland too!
Phoebe for her brilliant phonics work, playing the pompom game to practise and super science about trees!
Olek for being so helpful on VE day and for working really hard to complete all your learning tasks!
Eleanor for her super determination when completing challenges such as reading big chapter books and reading all her work out loud to her family!
Julian for all his brilliant learning- making posters, writing in a beautiful cursive style and completing lots of maths and phonics!
Cameron for his fantastic learning especially his work on VE day and his super booklet about Wales!
Mylo for his super cooking for VE day and his brilliant learning of morse code!
I hope you have all had a fantastic week. Well done for continuing to be amazing stay at home superheroes! I am so proud of all of you and it is always lovely to hear from you and to see all of your brilliant home learning.
This week I would especially like to mention:
Emma for her wonderful shape poem about cats.
Akein for his super 'Mega Island' map.
Lucy for her beautiful reading and super effort with her comprehension and also for her lovely act of kindness, delivering cream teas to her neighbours.
Have a great weekend Rowan Classs and keep smiling! 🙂
I hope that you’ve had a great week! Thank you for sharing some of the brilliant learning that you’ve done this week. I wanted to particularly say well done to:
Alice for writing a fantastic book review about ‘The Secret Garden.’
Bobby for writing a fantastic VE Day acrostic poem.
Don’t forget to share your learning with me on Tapestry. I love to see the fantastic learning that you’ve been up to. Keep up the great work and keep on smiling. I am so proud of you all! Love from Miss Shaw x
It is great to see that we now have 14 children who have logged on to the Elm Google classroom and who can view my daily messages and challenges.
A special well done to Robin who was the first person to post on his own a video of a magical science experiment!
Ask your parent to check their parent mail from last week if you are unsure how to log on.
TT Rock Stars…we are around 3000 points behind Birch class in our tournament but it is not too late! You have until 3pm today to work as a team and win the battle.
The top 3 players from Elm Class who have won the most points for this battle are:
Mark, Robin and Oliver
Come on Elm Class - You can do it! Miss Devlin 😁
Thank you to all in Poplar class who continue to send me their work.
It seems that we have been doing a lot of science this week: Victoria has done an interesting solar project, and Sofia and Aramys have been producing some great classification keys - I was really impressed by the technical scientific language they used.
Well done also to Charlotte for her English work, where she did brilliantly to integrate action into her dialogue.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend. Mr Tyler