Wow, what a wonderful week you’ve all had! I am so amazed by all your learning and adventures that you’ve been getting up to.
Ben has been drawing a masterpiece of lines and angles in chalk.
Charlie has been exploring different angles and lines in nature and giving directions using his knowledge of clockwise and anti-clockwise.
Isla has been busy drawing beautiful pictures about how staying at home is not only keeping us safe but is helping our world.
Mollie has written a beautiful story about ‘Rescue From The Storm’ using adjectives and conjunctions. She has even used a complex sentence that starts with a time conjunction.
Louis has been doing lots of Lego building and making short films for his friends. He has also baked bread and has clay modelled dinosaurs.
Faith has written an amazing article on ‘Tuesday’ using quotes and lots of incredible time prepositions.
Charley has been busy learning how to use a sewing machine and has been making scrub bags for the NHS. He has learnt how to sew correctly and what each part of the machine does, learning how to thread the needle, redo the bobbin tension and of course why we sew things inside out. He has been checking the chlorine and pH levels are right in his hot tub with his brother, using dipping sticks to see if the hot tub is safe. Charley has also been making slime and practicing roundhouse kicking because he has been set a challenge to complete a 720 roundhouse kicks above his head!
Albert has been resourceful and found loads of interesting information to make an amazing Mary Anning poster.
Wren has enjoyed exploring the work of Kit Wright and has written her own poem about her Magic Box using noun phrases, adjectives and similes. Wren was also busy planting at the allotment with her parents.
Freya has been super busy with her brother learning how to start the construction of a shelter with a loop knot and then gathered materials for the construction of her shelter. She needed to use teamwork and communication with Harry and said, “team work makes the dream work.” She has also been spotting wildlife, including an adder and learnt about cattle and what they eat.
Isabella has been working really hard in maths and english, creating her own lines and angles masterpiece and exploring the vocabulary, as well as working on her Mary Anning poster.
And finally, what have I been doing… Well, apart from writing your reports, I have been going on walks around Petersfield Heath and exploring places I have never been to before. I found loads of different leaves and saw the ducklings in the lake. I have also created my own lines picture and learnt that I need to be really careful when I’m drawing parallel lines. How many different types of lines and angles can you see?
Have an amazing weekend! Miss Wilson x