Shout-Out Blog 11.5.20

Date: 6th May 2020 @ 7:59pm

Welcome to the first Shout-Out Blog!

Here is where we showcase all the amazing things you have been doing at home, as well as in school, over the past week. 

Scroll down below to see photos of all the activities and examples of work, as well as comments by the teachers. 

Thank you to everyone that has contributed by sending photos and discussing their child with their class teacher - keep them coming!


Nursery

This week we have photos of Adam, Dimitrios and Elleya. They have all been working hard at home and completing the work on Tapestry as well as following their own interests. It's lovely to see their smiley faces!


Adam   /   Dimitrios   /   Elleya

        
 


Reception

We have recieved lots of work on Tapestry this week, including Lily and her mum who have posted many  observations since we have been closed. She has done some fantastic work. Maddy has also done some amazing work and has sent us a worksheet she has done about planets. Eva has also sent us some  wonderful work including some writing about The Enormous Turnip. We also recived some work from Maddy who has been learning about time! Amazing!


Lily   /   Maddy   /   Eva   /   Meredith

         

 


Year 1


Wow! We've had so many examples of great work this week from the Year 1 children who have been especially busy with writing and maths activities. Keep up the hard work - we are all really proud of you!

Anayah

    

Nathaniel

             

Quanita

    

Jonas

         

Caitlin

        

Ukuma

                

Vinh

    


Year 2

 

We are really proud to say that Jack has raised £165 doing a sponsored 'Hike to the Moon'to raise money for charity. We are really proud of Ria too for working so hard at home and maintaining school routine to make it easier when she comes back to school. Awen tells us she is missing school, and we miss her! Abdur-Rahmaan just wanted to send us a picture of himself with a chatterbox he's made with maths questions inside! Zuzanna has been making amazing origami flowers and collected items on a walk to make a beautiful picture. Ayesha sent us an amazing video of her with her art work and Noah was proud of his writing and wanted to share with Miss March. Issac has been doing lots of fun things and shown a huge interest in the human body and how things work!  As well as attending her online dance and gymnastics classes and practicing the violin, Aikaterini has been doing lots of work and reading, and has really bonded with her brother! Fab! Well done everybody!

Jack       /       Ria       /       Awen       /       Abdur-Rahmaan

             
Zuzanna

   
Ayesha

    
Noah

    
 Isaac

                
Aikaterini

                    

 


Year 3/4


Tymek has been working hard at home! Callum has also been working hard on crossing his tens in Maths and has been growing his own vegetables! The radishes seem to be doing very well. Alisha has been working hard, and has enjoyed some extra learning about the galaxy! Carmen has been working on her fractions. Isra has done some lovely artwork. We miss you too Isra! Amelia has been enjoying her history lessons. She's been practising her times tables and using them to create pictures! We've also seen some beautiful artwork and writing about Ramadan from Duaa and Anaya. Luke has done some fantastic writing work. It looks like Kaden has been super busy at home too! He had the opportunity to ask many questions during a  video call with Jaden Brown - a footballer who plays for Huddersfield Town as a defender! Jake's been learning all about WWII and VE Day as some of his grandparents were in the armed forces. And Aayan has been using the resources on the website and has been working on his computer. Well done!

Tymek     /     Callum

     

Alisha     /     Carmen     /     Isra     /     Amelia

            

Duaa  and Anaya


Luke

        
Kaden

        

Jake

    

 Ayaan

     

Grace

        


Year 5


Logan's been doing science and outdoors activities. They've also been delivering parcels and shopping for people in the community. Fantastic! Dimari has been keeping healthy and active on his daily walks. He looks like his been enjoying the gorgeous views and he even spotted out school in the background. Well done Dimari – you’ll be super fit for our P.E lessons when we get back to school. Tyler has been working hard in maths and sending Miss Brierley pictures of his finished work. Love the picture of Tyler organising his work too. Well done Tyler! Cain has been busy doing his Joe Wicks P.E lessons, creating art and also been working on his maths. Well done Cain - your art work looks lovely.

Logan

        

Dimari

        

Tyler

        

Cain

   


Year 6



Ava tells us she has been painting stones, making VE day bunting and doing gymnastics to keep herself busy. We've had some lovely artwork sent to us by Isma - we miss you too Isma! Amy has spent many of her afternoons taking the dog out to the park with her brother and helping cook their evening meals. Haydyn has also been keeping very busy! Max has been up early most mornings to get his work done quickly. He's created a leaflet about Huddersfield which we're very impressed with! George has been spending lots of time outdoors enjoying the sunshine and Kaiden has been working hard and even trying to learn Spanish - fantástico!

Ava     /     Isma     /     Amy

         

Haydyn

        
Max

        
George

                

Kaiden


In School

In school last week, children were doing activities based around key-workers. On Tuesday, the children wrote acrostic poems about nurses, wrote facts about Florence Nightingale and drew pictures of Florence as well as modern day nurses. Jackson did a fantastic drawing of Florence Nightingale and listened carefully to the step-by-step instructions given. Erin wrote a lovely poem about nurses using adjectives and took real care with her cursive handwriting. Emelia made a super mini poster of her fact about Florence Nightingale. She took her time and really thought about the presentation of her work. 

            

On Thursday, Miss March arranged a special visit from the police. The children prepared questions in the morning which they were able to ask them and they even had the opportunity to look inside the police van and hear the siren! It was a great afternoon and the police said they would hopefully visit us again soon.

            

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