James sent in some photos of his phonics practice with Duplo. Thank you James!
James has sent us some lovely photos of his bug hunt.
James found a few bugs & discussed with his Mummy and Daddy where they found the different ones – ladybird on a twig, woodlouse under a rock/brick , worms under plant pots.
When they came back inside, he looked up the woodlouse to check the name & talked about its features as well as the other mini beasts we found.
James then drew each one we found & his Mummy helped him to sound talk & label them. He wanted to also make them in card so he could play with them & he had the idea to make the habitats for them! He made each as we’d found them so on a duplo twig, under a brick /cushion & the worm under its ‘plant pot’!
We researched and talked about why they might like these particular habitats – relating it to what they need/eat etc. James could tell his Mummy and Daddy about it afterwards, what a woodlouse eats etc.
He really enjoyed doing this today! & learning outdoors is always nice 🙂
During lockdown, the Callaghan family have been helping out with the chickens. They sent us some lovely photographs which they would like to share with you all. Thank you Evelyn, Seamus and Angus for sending us these photographs – looks like you are working very hard! Hopefully see you soon x
Bronte enjoyed her Art Project yesterday and even got her brother Fraser to help.
We hear that she has worked very hard this week and done some lessons in advance so that she can give herself a day off on her birthday!
This looks great Bronte – well done and have a very Happy Birthday!
Base 5 had an art project to create a colour wheel. Maisie is very proud of hers and wanted to share it with everyone.
Well done Maisie – good work!
Juwairiyah wanted to share with you the work that she has done on rocks.
Jessica in Year 4 had a keyboard for Christmas and she has been teaching herself to read music and to play.
She would like to share with you a video of her playing her first tune.
Thank you Jess for sending this in – you have done really well!