Boy Cave!

When they have worked really hard and Mummy says that they can have a break, what did Zac want to do?

Yes he built a Boy Cave!

We love it – well done Zac!zacsmancave

James’s Week

Here are some photos of what James has been learning at home.

He has been keeping busy outside in the garden, doing some baking and he has been doing number practice using water play.

Is that cookies we can see too James?  They look lovely!

Well done James!james1

Jack’s Week

Jack has been super excited doing Mrs Branch and Bonnie’s challenges! He has even helped his sister do them too!

He has been on some lovely walks through Chetwynd Aston fields…  looking out for as many insects as possible and even waved at a helicopter!

Jack and Esme have coloured in a rainbow and placed it in the window for “rainbows in windows”. We walked through Church Aston and found 19 rainbows in windows! Well done everyone!

Jack – Mrs Branch will LOVE the message to her and Bonnie!jack6jackc2jackc4jack7jack4

 

Home Learning

Lots of the children are working hard at home and Mrs Medhurst has sent a couple of emails about how we are planning things for those who are in school to help a little bit, and also some information about books that you can pick up if you need them.

Just remember to email me (Sue) if you have any queries, and I will pass these on to the teachers for you.

Children who have music lessons in school are also finding new ways to keep up with lessons via Skype or Zoom.

Here are a few of the projects that we have seen coming in this week:

 

Fresh Air and New Challenges

Time at home in lockdown has given parents and children new challenges.  We are really pleased to see lots of Moorfield children embracing this and learning new skills.

  • This week we have seen Martha and Eve planting cress seeds and receiving a tweet back from Marks and Spencers!
  • Amelia has been learning how to iron
  • Some of the children have had music lessons with Jenny via Zoom or Skype
  • Fliss’s Mum is a keyworker in a school too , so Fliss has been very brave and joined in the activities of another school.

Lots of the children have been making the most of the nice but chilly weather and getting out and about for their daily exercise.

Here are a few of the photos for you to enjoy.