Welcome to our virtual Beech Class!

Mrs Hooper – your virtual teacher

Whilst our school is closed for social distancing, I will be posting regular updates on everything that we are all doing. Send me photos of your work and wow moments and I will put it on here for everyone to celebrate.

Find out who has achieved a green leaf, who has been put on the proud wall and who has earned housepoints. Watch for that running total…

Winyard – 10

Bincombe  – 16

Seaborough – 18

Windwhistle – 34

Friday 3rd July

I am very excited by all your replies to the Forest School Transition Day – it looks like you are all coming, just 4 people left to reply. 🙂

Here are the Green Leaves I have awarded this week – one for Evie, Leanne, Keira, Elsie and Sophie. Well done all of you.

Housepoints have been earned by:

Sophie, Leanne, Henry, Milo, Keira, Annabelle, Maisie, Callum, Evie, James, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer and Tiffaney

Wednesday 1st July

It looks like you have all been enjoying our Music week, watching and listening to the performances of Peter and the Wolf and Treasure Island. I really enjoyed watching Evie’s performance of Hispaniola. These are some of the pictures you have drawn from listening and watching Peter and the Wolf.

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Congratulations to James, he has earned his 220 reads certificate.

 

Housepoints have been earned by:

Sophie, Leanne, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Daisy, Evie, James, Bryonee, Alfie H, Elsie, Summer, Lily

Friday 26th June

I have really enjoyed seeing your invented sports and the logos to go with them. It would be great to try them out.

These are the questions James would like to ask Marc Marquez

Milo is very proud of the strawberries he has grown – they look delicious. Elsie has been out walking again, this time at Ninesprings – don’t fall in Elsie!

Housepoints awarded to:

Sophie, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Evie, James, Elsie, Annabelle, Maisie, Callum, Henry, Tiffaney

Wednesday 24th June

Look at some of the fact files about the Queen I received last week.

 

You have also been busy making timelines and fact files about famous sports people.

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Elsie has been challenging herself with walking longer distances and up very big hills – last weekend she visited the Cerne Abbas Giant (and made a cake for Dad on Father’s Day). Well done Elsie.

  

Sophie has picked another cucumber from her garden – I’m very jealous as my cucumbers in the greenhouse are still tiny – I think I need Sophie’s magic touch.

In Forest School we have been following tracks and trails this week. The blindfold trail was great fun.

Housepoints awarded to:

Sophie, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Evie, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer, Annabelle, Henry, Maisie, Callum & Tiffaney.

Friday 19th June

I’ve really enjoyed seeing your work on famous and significant people this week. I particularly enjoyed reading your fact files about someone important to you, I’ve learnt lots about your families.

These are some of the postage stamps you have designed and the acrostic poems you have written this week:

  

             

  

Evie has also been out cycling for her daily exercise.

Have a look at the map of her route – can you see an arm, a hand and a thumbs up? 👍

Congratulations to Elsie she has earned her 200 reads.

Look at what we have been doing in forest school this week: making bug hotels, making a butterfly life cycle clay model, identifying minibeasts and trees, making bird boxes… It has been a fantastic week as Nature Detectives. I have also been really impressed with how well Maisie, Tiffaney, Annabelle and Henry have helped and supported all the younger children with these activities. They are all on Miss Ball’s proud wall this week and Maisie, Annabelle and Henry have earned my green leaf for their DT skills in making bird boxes.

     

Housepoints have been earned by:

Sophie, Henry, Milo, Keira, Annabelle, Maisie, Evie, James and Elsie

Wednesday 17th June

After two busy days in school, being Nature Detectives with the Key Worker children, it was great to come home and read all your messages about what you have been up to. First of all congratulations to Alfie S, Sophie and Milo, they have all earned reading certificates.

Congratulations also to Evie, she has earned her RSPB Bronze Wild Challenge.

This week you have been finding out about famous people, here are some of the fact files you have made.

Elsie and James have been artists:

Here are some of the other amazing things you have been doing – making helter skelters, scooting, gardening, cooking and making ponds.

  

Housepoints this week have been earned by:

Sophie, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Anaabelle, Evie, James, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer H, Henry, Maisie, Tiffaney.

Friday 12th June

Where has this week gone? I had a fantastic day yesterday in school with the Key Worker children. We spent all day at forest school, making natural storyboards to tell a story, making dreamcatchers and then making up stories about the dreams they had caught. We also got a little wet when it rained rather heavily in the afternoon, but even the thunder didn’t stop us having lots of fun.

I’ve also had some great work from all of you, here are some pictures of your work:

   

 

 

Green Leaves this week:

Housepoints earned by:

Sophie, Henry, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Maisie, Annabelle, Daisy, Evie, James, Elsie, Tiffaney

Wednesday 10th June

I’ve seen some brilliant work again this week especially your work on Empathy Day. Here are some of the pictures you drew, the posters you made and the characters you paired.

Here are some of the other things you have been doing – weather maps in French, artwork for World Environment Day and Milo went swimming in the sea before having breakfast on the beach.

    

Housepoints this week have been earned by:

Sophie, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Annabelle, Daisy, Evie, James, Bryonee, Elsie and Lily – well done all of you.

Friday 5th June

Thank you for all your letters, telling me what you have been up to. I really enjoyed reading them.

I’ve had a busy few days in school, cutting the paths in the forest school, making nettle tea, weeding the planter boxes on the playground and planting some more vegetable seeds and some flowers that Miss Ball’s Dad gave us.

Congratulations to James he has earned his 210 reads.

  

This is Annabelle’s water cycle poster

Sophie sent me pictures of her plants, look how much they have grown. She’ll be picking cucumbers soon.

Housepoints awarded Wednesday & Thursday:

3 points: Summer, Alfie S, Keira

4 points: Henry, Alfie H

5 points: Evie

6 points: Milo, Maisie, Elsie, Tiffaney

7 points: Sophie, James

8 points: Annabelle

Wednesday 3rd June

I’ve really enjoyed seeing your environmental artwork, it has been fantastic. This is Milo’s from yesterday.

Here are some water cycle diagrams from James and Milo.

Housepoints awarded Monday & Tuesday:

2 points: Sophie, Henry, Maisie, Alfie H, Tiffaney, Alfie S

3 points: Summer

4 points: Milo

5+ points: Keira, Evie,  James, Elsie

Tuesday 2nd June

Sorry I’m a bit late updating today, I’ve been in school all day. I’ve been working down in the forest school, clearing the paths and sorting out the wood pile. It’s looking a lot tidier now. Did you all have a good half-term? I certainly enjoyed sitting in my tent (in the garden) and making the most of the lovely weather.

It looks like you’ve all made a good start with the activities for this half-term, here are some pictures of what I’ve seen so far:

 

Here are some other pictures I’ve received:

 

Friday 22nd May

I had some more fantastic pictures of you invertebrate hunts yesterday, here are some of them:

I have also received some more vertebrate posters and parts of the flower work:

 

Here are some of your endanger species posters:

And finally for this half-term, my green leaves this week go to Keira for her fantastic art work and James, Sophie, Evie and Elsie for their brilliant fruit of the spirit awards for their families. Here are some of their awards:

Houspeoints awarded yesterday:

3 points: Sophie, Evie

4 points: Alfie H, Summer

5 points: Leanne, James, Elsie

Thursday 21st May

It looks like you all really enjoyed the invertebrate hunts yesterday, here are some pictures that you have sent through.

 

I love Alfie’s drawings of vertebrates and invertebrates.

 

James has been using a clock to help him with his telling the time work.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Keira

3 points: Milo

4 points: Alfie S, Evie, James

5 points: Sophie

Wednesday 20th May

I am loving the itineraries you have planned for our ‘fieldtrip’ to France 🙂

(I can’t wait to go…)

Here are some more invertebrate posters by James and Elsie.

Keira has been very busy painting, here are some of her fantastic pieces of art.

Tuesday 19th May

I was really impressed with the posters Sophie and Evie sent through yesterday. They have found out lots of information about vertebrates.

 

Milo has achieved some fantastic results with his plant investigation, his seedlings have all grown at different rates according to the conditions he kept them in for a week and James has learnt about the life cycle of a flowering plant.

Elsie has drawn a very detailed map of South West France and is now planning a class trip to France – I wonder where she will take us…?

Congratulations to Milo, he scooted 17 miles last week to help raise money with Crewkerne Rugby Club. Keira had a visitor to one of the bird feeders she put up for Earth Day and Elsie made a shadow puppet theatre with her brother to entertain her parents.

 

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

3 points: Sophie, Milo, Keira, James

4 points: Evie

5 points: Henry, Maisie, Tiffaney, Callum

7 points: Elsie

Monday 18th May

I hope you all had a lovely weekend with your families. Are you ready for the last week before our half-term holiday?

Here are a few more photos from your work last week, James has explained how flowers move water, Annabelle made mussels to take to the beach and Keira is growing sunflowers.

Housepoints awarded Friday:

1 point: Keira, Annabelle

3 points: Evie, James

4 points: Henry

Friday 15th May

There are lots of exciting science investigations happening in your houses and several flowers have been dissected to identify the parts of a flower.

You were also looking at this verse from the Bible and finding our what each of the fruits meant:

Galatians 5:22-23

22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.

I think you have all been showing these ‘fruits’ whilst distance learning.

Congratulations to Annabelle and Tiffaney, they have earned our Green Leaves for this week.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Maisie

2 points: Sophie, Annabelle, Tiffaney

3 points: Elsie

4 points: Evie

Thursday 14th May

Wow, what a group of budding Master Chefs you all are. I have seen some more amazing photographs of your cooking with French recipes and I shall be inviting myself to tea with Summer and Alfie this time – they also made my favourite Breton Palet biscuits.

Look at all the other things you have been up to: Bryonee made scones for VE Day, Milo has his own greenhouse for all the plants he is growing (including his science experiment to find out if plants need water) and Patryk has been busy making a giant map of France.

Sophie has also set up a science investigation to show how plants move water from the roots and stems to the flowers.

Congratulations to James he has earned his 200 reads certificate.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Milo, Alfie H, Summer

3 points: Sophie, Patryk, Evie, James, Bryonee, Lilym Tiffaney

Wednesday 13th May

Well you’ve all been super busy again.. Here are some more maps of France and pictures of your incredible baking. I wish I could invite myself to tea with Evie – she made my favourite, Breton Palet.

Congratulations to Milo and Sophie. Milo has earned his 140 read certificate and Sophie has earned her 170 read certificate.

 

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Theo, Patryk

2 points: Henry, Maisie, Tiffaney

3 points: Sophie, Milo, Evie, James, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer

4 points: Annabelle

Tuesday 12th May

I’ve had some more pictures of your VE Day celebrations and bunting:

James enjoyed his birthday last week, he had a pet hamster called Maximus and he finished making his bee hotel. Patryk has taken part in a sponsored run, he ran 20km last week – well done.

   

Look at all the amazing flowers you have drawn for your Science work. They are brilliant.

You have also been busy with your French work, lots of French cooking and Milo’s map of South West France is very detailed.

 

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Henry, Maisie, Patryk, Tiffaney

2 points: Keira, Alfie S, Daisy

3 points: Sophie, Evie, James, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer

5 points: Milo

Monday 11th May

I hope you all enjoyed the long weekend. There were lots of flags up in my village for VE Day and I’ve seen some lovely pictures of your bunting and cakes and received some great 1945 VE Day diary entries.

 

Elsie has been for a long walk and learnt how to balance in her paddling pool and Milo has been enjoying reading time with his brother.

 

Congratulations to Elsie she has earned her 170 reads.

Thursday 7th May

First and most importantly Happy Birthday to James and Lily for tomorrow (VE Day / Bank Holiday)

Congratulations to Sophie and Alfie H, they have earned our Green Leaves for this week.

I hope you enjoy your VE Day celebrations and activities with your families tomorrow and I look forward to seeing your pictures.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Sophie, Alfie S,

3 points: Henry, Milo, Keira, James

4 points: Evie, Alfie H, Summer

Wednesday 6th May

First of all and most importantly, Happy Birthday to Leanne

I had some more good map of North East France yesterday

 

Congratulations to Henry, he has earned his 120 reads.

Sophie has been busy baking, she made Palmiers with sugar and cinnamon and I loved James’ new office under the stairs 🙂

Tuesday 5th May

I think we were all struggling to motivate ourselves on Monday, don’t worry if you had a difficult day, take a break and do something else. Bryonee had a go at making a flag using lolly sticks and James has started to make a solitary bee hotel.

Here are a couple of the maps of North East France I was sent yesterday. Next week we head to southern France and the chance to look at some French recipes…

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Annabelle

2 points: Milo, Evie,

3 points: Sophie, Keira, Bryonee, Elsie

Monday 4th May

Whoops, just realised I forgot to update our webpage this morning – so now playing catch-up.

I’ve had some great pictures of the work you did for signs of summer and May Day.

Birdfeeders:

Upcycled dragonflies and pictures:

  

Poems:

Milo has been really busy making a kit car with his Dad – well done Milo.

Housepoints awarded Friday:

2 points: Henry, Milo, Keira, Elsie, Alfie H

3 points: Annabelle, Evie

Friday 1st May

Wow, we are into May already. I hope you all enjoy finding out about May Day and the traditions that we have in our country.

It has been lovely speaking to you all this week, there are only a five of you I haven’t spoken to now.

Here are some more Hands of God you have made and a brilliant story introduction from Sophie.

 

I had some lovely photos from Daisy to share with you, she has been doing lots of things outside, and even walked past the school – I think she’s missing school:

Congratulations to Alfie S, he has his 240 reads certificate, and Congratulations to James he has earned his handwriting pen.

Green Leaves this week have been awarded to James, Elsie, Evie and Keira. They have all been working incredibly hard, well done.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Daisy, Evie, James, Alfie H, Summer

3 points: Sophie, Henry, Elsie

Thursday 30th April

It was lovely to have the chance to speak to some of you yesterday. If I didn’t speak to you yesterday then you will be on my list to call today or tomorrow – you could be thinking about all the exciting things you want to tell me…

Here are some of the ‘Hands of God’ you made for our RE work yesterday. All of these charities are doing amazing work to help other people.

Here are some of the other things Emma, Annabelle and Keira have been up to:

 

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Elsie

2 points: Sophie, Henry, Milo, Maisie, James, Bryonee, Lily, Emma

3 points: Keira, Annabelle, Evie,

Wednesday 29th April

James really enjoyed doing yesterday’s maths lesson, he used his sisters’ toys to help him 🙂

Evie and Elsie have also drawn some detailed maps of North West France.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Alfie S, Patryk

2 points: Sophie, Henry, Alfie H,

3 points: Maisie, Evie, Summer, Tiffaney

4 points: James

5 points: Elsie

Tuesday 28th April

I saw some fantastic work again yesterday, lots of story plans, decimal work and French maps. Well done to you all. This is Lily’s map so far:

I also had photos from Lily and Bryonee showing cakes they have been busy baking,

Sophie showing her pumpkin seeds which have germinated, (she’ll be carving her own pumpkin for Hallowe’en this year)…

and Elsie has been on a walk and sent me a photo of a place that she likes within our environment.

Don’t forget, if you would like to swap your reading books, I am in school (Tues, Weds, Thurs) this week and can sort this for you. There is a box at the front of the school for you to leave books in and pick up from.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Sophie, Henry, Milo, James, Elsie, Lily

3 points: Theo, Evie, Bryonee

Monday 27th April

I’ve had some more great photos from Elsie and Leanne, showing how they have been thinking about their environment and how they can make it better. Elsie has made a bug hotel for wildlife and Leanne has been recycling her milk cartons to make flower pot holders to brighten up her street. She has also been decorating them with thank you messages. Well done to both of you.

Congratulations to James, he has earned his 180 and 190 reads certificates. I was also impressed with his Mr Wolf story, I liked it when Mr Wolf had to become the village toilet cleaner.

 

Friday 24th April

We’ve made it to the end of the first week of the Summer Term. You have all been working hard and have again embraced distance learning, well done.

Here are some more photos from your Earth Day 2020: Climate Action and geography fieldwork tasks.

 

Elsie has been practising her karate at home, Evie wrote a brilliant conversation for the SPaG task and Milo drew some great pictures to help him retell the story of Hiding Out.

  

Congratulations to Leanne, Dominik, Milo and Patryk, they have earned our Green Leaves this week.

Housepoints earned yesterday:

1 point: Keira, Leah

2 points: Milo, Annabelle, Alfie H, Summer, Lily, Sophie

3 points: Henry, Bryonee,

4 points: Leanne, Patryk, James, Elsie,

Thursday 23rd April

First and most importantly, a belated HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Bryonee, I hope you had a lovely day.

I was really impressed with all the work you did yesterday for Earth Day 2020: Climate Action. You produced some amazing posters using all your knowledge from the Autumn term, as well as doing some upcycling, making bug hotels, completing plastic audits and litter picking. Alfie S has even decided he is going to be a vegetarian for a week to try and make a small difference to our world.

You were all brilliant advocates and I am very proud of you all.

  

  

Here are some of the other things you have been up to: Henry has been for a walk to buy ice-creams (I was very jealous), and Bryonee and Lily have been planting flowers and made their own version of twister to play at home.

Congratulations to Alfie S and Milo, they have both earned reading certificates.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Henry, Dominik, Keira, Alfie S, Annabelle, Maisie, Evie, Bryonee, Alfie H, Summer, Lily

4 points: Sophie, Milo

Wednesday 22nd April

Wow, I had some fantastic work sent through again yesterday, along with some great photos of something you like about our local environment.

Here are some of those photos:

       

Here are some of your other photos, Elsie has been flying a kite, making a heart cross-stitch and rainbow mobile. James has been working hard, Maisie and Tiffaney have been doing their maths in school with Miss Bailey (I think she found Year 4 maths quite hard!) and I’ve been helping Rowan to make a mediaeval knight’s helmet!

 

Congratulations to Henry he has earned his 100 reads certificate.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Maisie, Alfie H, Summer, Tiffaney

2 points: Milo, Henry,

3 points: Keira, Evie,

4 points: Sophie, James, Elsie

Tuesday 21st April

Welcome to the Summer Term

I hope you all enjoyed your Easter break and have stayed safe remembering to wash your hands regularly as Annabelle keeps reminding me, every time she emails. I’ve had lots of emails showing all the hard work you have already started doing again – well done.

Congratulations to Dominik and his family, he has a new baby sister. He has also been very busy helping to prepare a new garden for planting vegetables.

Leanne has been out exploring over the holidays and Tiffaney has been working hard in school with Miss Bailey.

Do you remember the Broad Bean plants we planted in forest school?

Well they’ve now been planted out in my garden. They got too big for their pots so I had to do something with them. I promise to share the beans when they are ready to eat.

A couple of pictures to help with tomorrow’s work  on Earth Day.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Leah

2 points: Milo, Annabelle, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer

3 points: Sophie, Leanne, Keira, Evie, Tiffaney

Mrs Hooper’s Easter Challenge Part 3

How did you get on with Part 2? The answers are below with Part 3 – enjoy…

I’ve had some lovely photos of Annabelle, Henry and Elsie enjoying themselves over the holidays. I’m very jealous of Henry’s spa and Elsie’s egg -speriment looks great fun. Annabelle has been busy making giant bubbles and an Easter garden. She’s also been watching chicks hatching and feeding lambs – signs that Spring is here.

Congratulations to Keira she has earned her 160 read certificate.

I hope you all had lots of lovely Easter eggs and haven’t eaten them all at once…

Mrs Hooper’s Easter Challenge Part 2

I hope you are all keeping well and enjoying the lovely sunshine in your gardens. My children have decided to camp in the garden this evening – I’m very tempted to join them 🙂 I’ve also been busy baking – I’ve made a Simnel Cake and Hot Cross Buns (photos to follow).

A quick photo from Daisy making her purse last week

and then the second part of my Easter Challenge.

How did you get on with the first challenge?

The answers are below.

 

Mrs Hooper’s Easter Challenge

Tuesday 7th April

I hope you are all enjoying your Easter break and not having to do your distance learning this week. I’ve had a few photos through of the different things you have been doing at home, here are some of them:

Sophie has made a rainbow using chromatography (use a felt tip pen to draw a dot on kitchen roll, then place it in water and watch the magic happen) and she’s written the Easter story

Henry wrote a detailed diary about last week:

James has made a brilliant Easter Garden and Lily and Bryonee have made Easter baskets – I hope the Easter bunny is generous…

Friday 3rd April

We’ve made it to the end of term 🙂

It was great to see all your hard work again yesterday, here are some of the Easter stories you wrote and lots of you have been busy drawing Easter gardens, making bonnets and Patryk even made an Easter garden. Here are some of your photos:

These are some more pictures of your purses you’ve been busy making as well:

Congratulations to Alfie and Elsie you have earned our Green Leaves for this week.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Theo, Milo, Keira, Katie, Alfie H, Summer H, Lily

3 points: Henry, Alfie S, Patryk, Evie, Bryonee, Elsie, Tiffaney

5 points: James

Thursday 2nd April

I had another great day in school yesterday with our Key Worker children, we spent most of our day outside again and this time we made bread rolls over the fire – they tasted delicious, especially with melted chocolate inside them.

You have all been busy making your purses for DT, they look fantastic. Here are some pictures of you making them, the finished articles and your evaluations.

      

Milo and Keira had very creative days yesterday, Milo has been cooking and designing a lego mansion (with a secret base) and Keira has been writing a song.

Congratulations to Leanne, she has earned her 80 reads certificate.

Congratulations to Bryonee she has earned her Pen Licence.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Henry, Leanne, Alfie S, Patryk, Bryonee, Lily

3 points: Sophie, Milo, Keira, Evie

Wednesday 1st April

Wow, April already, where has that time gone? I was in school all day yesterday looking after our Key Worker children with Mr Forsey. We had a lovely day, joining in with Joe Wicks, digging the planter boxes on the playground and cooking smores on the fire at forest school. I’m in school again today, we are hoping to plant some onion sets (baby onions) and make bread rolls on the fire after doing our school work.

I was really impressed to read that Henry was so keen to get on with his school work yesterday that he was up early and even stayed in his pyjamas. Well done Henry.

Here are some more pictures of the delicious cooking you have all been doing.

These are some of the diaries that have been written about your cooking:

 

Elsie has made her own obstacle course in the garden to keep her active.

Elsie has also been making a puzzle of Europe and Milo has been busy planting seeds.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

2 points: Sophie, Mary, Henry, Leanne, Theo, Milo, Keira, Alfie S, Patryk, Annabelle, Evie, James, Bryonee, Alfie H, Leah, Summer, Lily, Tiffaney

3 points: Elsie

Tuesday 31st March

Wow, your maths challenge measuring and cooking has been amazing. You have created some delicious looking cakes and treats, I only wish I could taste them all. Here are some pictures to show all the things you have been making:

The geography games have also been good fun, lots of family challenges happening…

Alfie S and Patryk have made rainbow pictures to put up and Alfie H has been masterchef helping to make tea

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Summer

2 points: Lily, Elsie, Bryonee, Katie, Alfie S, Theo, Henry

3 points: Evie, James

4 points: Patryk

5 points: Sophie, Leanne, Keira, Alfie H

Monday 30th March

I enjoyed reading all your diary entries for last week, I think everyone is missing seeing their friends but we are all enjoying working from home and spending time with our families. Daisy has been searching for buried treasure in her garden and Milo is doing the 30 day Lego Challenge.

Summer couldn’t wait to start this week’s maths activities, she’s been busy making a malteser cake.

Congratulations to Milo, he has earned his 100 reads certificate.

Housepoints for Friday:

2 points: Alfie H, Sophie, Dominik, Milo, Keira, Annabelle, Katie, Daisy, Evie, James, Elsie, Summer

3 points: Alfie S, Leah

Friday 27th March

It was great to see all your history work yesterday, it looks like you all enjoyed finding out about Roman weapons.

Here are some photos of some of your work.

 

Here are some of the other things you got up to yesterday – some more spring pictures, maths games on line, working at the kitchen table, playing outside and PE with Joe.

 

Elsie has a book recommendation for us, she wrote a review about

The Person Controller by David Baddiel

Congratulations to Evie and Keira, they have earned reading certificates for 150 and 250 reads

Congratulations to Henry and Summer, they have earned our Green Leaves for this week

Housepoints for yesterday:

1 point: Leah

2 points: Mary,

3 points: Sophie, Henry, Leanne, Milo, Alfie S, Katie, Daisy, James, Bryonee, Elsie, Alfie H, Summer, Lily

4 points: Keira, Evie

I’ve nearly finished digging my veggie patch ready for planting, here’s a photo of me with Dougal in the garden.

Have a lovely weekend, stay safe and I look forward to seeing all your work next week.

Thursday 26th March

I received some fantastic stories to read yesterday, it was great to see you all making a huge effort to use all the skills you have learnt in school. I also enjoyed seeing photos of your art work inspired by spring, helping us to remember our school vision: ‘Life in all its fullness.’ John 10:10

It was also great to see the other things you had been up to.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Mary, James, Leah, Summer

2 points: Milo, Alfie S, Patryk, Alfie H, Katie

3 points: Sophie, Keira, Bryonee, Elsie, Lily, Tiffaney

4 points: Henry, Evie

Wednesday 25th March

Wow, you were all very busy yesterday, here are some photos of all the different things you have been up to:

Congratulations to Sophie who has earned her 150 reads certificate:

I thought you also might like to see how our broad bean seeds have grown – I’m looking after them at home and have planted some for myself as well – do you like my recycled newspaper pots?

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Katie,

2 points: Henry, Milo, Bryonee, Summer, Lily

3 points: Sophie, Annabelle, Evie, James, Elsie, Alfie H, Tiffaney

Tuesday 24th March

Thank you for all your email replies and photos yesterday, it was lovely to see how you had all got on with the various tasks and taking part in the Joe Wicks PE lesson. Summer your pasta bake looks delicious, I hope all your family enjoyed eating it with you.

Housepoints awarded yesterday:

1 point: Sophie, Mary, Henry, Leanne, Alfie S, Katie, James, Elsie, Tiffaney

2 points: Theo, Milo, Keira, Bryonee, Alfie H, Leah, Lily

3 points: Summer

Well done to you all. I look forward to finding out how you got on with today’s work.

Monday 23rd March

Housepoints for Theo and Leah – Theo has been busy taking part in an online PE lesson and Leah has been doing her book review – well done to both of you 🙂