The Y4 children are having fun at home with their Learning Packs!
Easter was fun. We walked a lot and taught the children about trees, birds and wildflowers. We foraged for wild salads and did lots of gardening. Clem is turning into Gerald Durrell, finding all sorts of wildlife. The whole family has learnt all sorts of fun songs and got lots of music tuition. The big kids learnt Beethoven Ode to Joy for the National Youth Orchestra/Choir challenge and the videos were shared on social media, lots of words.
Lily loved making this! Thanks – hope you’re all well.
We hope you are all keeping well. I thought I would share with you some of what Charlie has been up to these last few weeks. He has been very good at keeping his timetable Rock Stars going and progressing with his Clics, Safes and Learn its. He has also been helping me do lots of baking. His Raspberry Ripple muffins were a total hit!!
We have started a garden project, where are growing Dwarf Sunflowers, sweetcorn, carrots, and runner beans. We will also be planting some potatoes, strawberries, and raspberries soon. Charlie has been watching how the runner beans sprout and will be putting together a poster on what he has observed as they grow bigger.
Molly has enjoyed making a shield for her ”Romans in Britain” school work. Molly decided to make Boudicca’s Celtic shield.
3/4/20 – Hi, here’s some of what Lily C has been up to. She watched Mallory Towers on CBBC and wrote a great review on it. Enjoy the hols!
The Cliff family look like they’re continuing their life at home with as much energy and enthusiasm as they do at school!
Thanks so much for all you are doing at this challenging time. Lily has enjoyed her activities so far, especially baking lots of muffins, playing games, FaceTiming friends, artwork for the windows, and of course PE with Joe Wicks! Thanks for all the info and suggestions. Love to you all, stay safe and well,
The Smiths. X
Lucy and Katie (Y6) have been baking (and eating) muffins….
Dear Mrs Girling and Mrs Barnes
I surprisingly miss going to school and having a teacher who is always there (mine has to teach so sets me lots of maths WHICH I HATE…I am getting better though.) My mummy knows nothing about history and Mrs Borrett said that we would do history in the summer. It’s my FAVOURITE subject. Could you set me a history project please to stop me doing all this maths???
Here’s a picture of Olivia smiling while doing maths.
Ps: from mummy: I hope you are both well. To clarify…Olivia’s not always doing maths!!! I have realised that my English teaching knowledge is below year 4 though!