We will be celebrating children’s achievements and efforts as usual on a Friday morning. Each teacher will nominate two or three children from their class and we hope as the weeks go by all children will be given at least one mention. We hope you enjoy what we share.
As part of Windrush Day, Team 6 have been learning about Akala (Kingslee James McLean Daley) who is a British rapper, journalist, author, activist and poet. A few years ago he appeared on BBC Radio 1Xtra and was challenged to come up with a rap containing as many Shakespeare play titles as he could manage, which became known as Comedy, Tragedy, History. Team 6 took up the challenge to learn some of this immensely difficult song and to create their very own version. I am immensely proud of their determination and the focus they placed on articulating the lyrics. In particular, I have to mention Joshua I, Abraham, Esther and Eathan.
Joshua I – He really focused on slowing the words down in order to create maximum impact. He was articulate and really knew what he wanted his performance to contain.
Abraham – Despite initially appearing a little unimpressed, Abraham committed to learning his lyrics and performed them beautifully – complete with effective facial expressions.
Esther – Rapping is a tremendously difficult skill and Esther initially struggled to get her words out clearly. However, with practice, she not only learned her lyrics but also delivered them with aplomb!
Eathan – What can I say – Eathan is a complete natural! His lyrics were so speedy, yet he delivered them passionately and articulately. Well done!
Richard & Chioma for making really exceptional links between our Zoom time story and other books that we have read in class to this point. It was such a joy speaking to all of the Year 5 members who joined the story session from home; it really made Ms Omoboni’s day.
Ariana & Treasure have started back to school this week and have been absolutely focused, engaged and energetic. They have led the learning really well and we have found that Treasure is a whizz kid at our oracy challenge game!
Jesse- for his detailed drawing of a Roman solider and his hard work in Maths, based around Roman Numerals.
Nazirah gets a special mention this week for her home learning based around Roman research. A very clear and well presented piece of work, well done!
Gary- for his continued hard work with his home learning. Gary has managed to send over work for every week since home learning began, what a superstar!
Team 2 would like to nominate Jevon. He has been consistent with his learning and it is always of a high standard very proud of him!
I would also like to nominate Natailia this week. I am so proud of Natalia for continuing to complete her home learning. Her mum has said that she has done much of it on her own as mum and dad are working from home. She has also been helping her little brother with his learning. What a mature, helpful and focused superstar she is!
Chavona – who started back at school this week with a great smile and attitude! It was lovely to see her happiness and her eagerness to continue her learning.
Harmony – who’s thoughts and ideas have been vital in our wellbeing sessions during the week. It’s very refreshing to hear some of the things she suggests and super impressive given her young age!
Anaiyah – a few weeks ago I mentioned that Anaiyah was struggling to maintain her motivation for completing home learning as the weeks have gone by however, I am super happy to report that this has changed! I have been super impressed with the quality of work I have consistently been receiving from Aniayah since then! Keep up the amazing work! I’m very proud of you!
Mateo – I was so impressed when I logged into BusyThings this week and saw all of the beautiful artwork Mateo has produced alongside his work on ordering numbers. This was not work set by myself and it was such a pleasant surprise. Well done!
Karissa – As a school, we are so proud of Marcus Rashford in his quest to support children. Karissa has created this beautiful photograph as a way of saying thank you!
Jo -I am well aware that Jo was only mentioned recently, but he honestly deserves another mention this week. He has made the most incredible contributions to class discussions regarding how broadcasters are an influence over the public and should therefore be using this power to build a better society. Please keep it up Jo!
This week we’d really like to celebrate the amazing artwork completed by Erica, Reabb, Chioma, Habib, Edsay and Adam. The task was to create a model of a London landmark using any art form and I was so impressed with the results – particularly with the landmarks created using Minecraft. We certainly have a class full of engineers of the future – look at the photos and be wowed! We’re also very proud of the work done by Adam and Elkanah and their mums on work to do with the London Underground. Lastly (it’s been a great week for Team 5), we’d like to congratulate Yazmin for her wonderful portrayal of a poem we have studied about one man’s experience of England when he moved here from the Caribbean.
Alex, Honey and Leona for creating brilliant Roman shields!
Shian and Shamoya for creating fantastic Roman amulets !
I was very happy to welcome back some of the Year 1 students this week! It was so lovely seeing them after such a long time! I have missed them all so much and I can’t wait to see everyone else as well!
Renee & Annika – for coming back with a great attitude and readiness to continue their learning! I was so impressed with their input and sharing of ideas – I can’t wait to see what they will achieve over the next few weeks!
Mya-Rose – for coming to school everyday with a BIG smile on her face! She has made me smile this week with her positivity! My heart needed it!
Jiselle – Well done to Jiselle for writing a fantastic sentence! She has come a long way and we are very proud of her.
Inioluwa – Well done to Ini for learning the ‘e’ sound during English. Good job Ini!
This week I nominate:
All of the Team 6 children who returned this week! Despite things looking a little different, everyone had settled into the new routine and refocused on the learning by the second day. I am immensely proud of their ability to adapt to change and their desire to learn – it has been wonderful.
Chanice – Over the past couple of days Chanice has once again found her voice and has been making thoughtful contributions to our class discussions regarding the Black Lives Matter movement. She is a deep thinker and I have really missed hearing her ideas. Please keep it up!
Anaiah – As our new topic is ‘Read all about it’, we have been focusing on how different stories are portrayed by the media. We had a lengthy discussion about why it is essential that news broadcasters challenge people in power and hold them to account. Anaiah then wrote about the importance of journalists in informing the public and aiding people in power to make the right choices!
I have these nominations for Team 5 sharing assembly this week:
There has been lots of amazing work through from Team 5 this week and we are all enjoying our new topic of ‘London’. Well done to all of Team 5.
Imara and Habib have been doing such an amazing job of keeping up with our home learning and the home learning for their Westminster Platform sessions which they are now completing online. We’re always so impressed by their dedication and proud of them representing the school. You can see from the photo that all of our Westminster Platform representatives love to read and this has really helped them through their learning.
Joanna has been showing great kindness and a positive attitude in school. These are character traits that will serve her well for all of her life and make her a joy to be around.
Naledi has created some wonderful sentences about the London Eye for English this week and pushed herself with ambitious punctuation and sentence structure. We love the fact that she’s trying it out and taking risks. (Photo attached).
David brings tremendous joy to his Team 5 adults when they speak to him on the phone as he remains so bubbly, cheerful and beautifully mannered. All of the Team 5 children have been fabulous to talk with and show great telephone manner but David’s smile somehow makes it through the sound waves and leaves a positive feeling for a long time after the phone has been put down.
Hello everyone! As more and more students continue to return to school, we are so proud of all the work that continues to happen in the classroom and at home! It is important that we continue to balance our learning time and our personal time! Please continue to send in pictures of all the wonderful new skills and hobbies you are doing at home, as learning takes many forms!
Maths – I would like to nominate Megane for being so positive towards her home learning, especially with Maths. It is great to see her completing some additional tasks and assignments and putting in effort every time! All this hard work will definitely pay off!
English – I would like to nominate Esere for his excellent effort towards English. Esere has been exploring the library on ReadWorks and finding fun articles and stories about things he is interested in, such as; space, animals, food, history, etc. It is great to see what he is reading and reading his notes afterwards, we look forward to him sharing more thoughts about what he reads!
Science – I would like to nominate Chioma for her Science work in Botany. She has been exploring the outdoors as well as doing her work indoors. I am pleased to see that she is taking in the nature around her to really understand the difference between trees, shrubs, and herbs. She is also linking this to Greek history and making connections in her learning.
RE and Humanities– I would like to nominate Phoenix for his continued resilience in his learning. Phoenix always tries his hardest and is not afraid to ask for help when he needs it. He has been using many resources online to support his learning and has stayed focused throughout this period.
Arts – I would like to nominate Michai for always being creative and having so much fun with Art lessons. Whether it be painting, drawing, sculpting, or even a comic strip, Michai will always make it exciting and colourful. He loves doing art and his effort shows in every piece he completes. It is great to see him continuing with Art while he is at home!
For this week I would like to give a special mention Harmony and Anaiyah. They have both found it hard to keep motivated during this period, as the weeks have gone on. I had a great phone call with them both earlier this week and I just wanted to reassure them that while I understand their feelings, I’m proud of them and I will always encourage to keep working and reach their full potential! They are both incredibly capable and I can’t wait to see more of their home learning via email! I believe in you girls!
Here are my sharing assembly nominations for this week:
- Jo – Not only has Jo written a truly beautiful and thought provoking poem in support of ‘Black Lives Matter’, he has also shown a great attitude to his learning and has produced some stunning science work. We are so proud of him!
- Joanne – Joanne has settled remarkably well back into school life and has also written a wonderful poem. She has been so positive and takes great pride in her work .
- Miracle – Miracle has created a wonderful poster aimed at unity. She has also excelled in her science work this week, focusing on climate change. Amazing!
- Elisha for his focus and contributions at school – he really impressed Mrs Matthews and Ms Zeina this week.
- Judah for his work on the London Underground where he found both direct and complex routes and may soon be such an expert that the school may need to loan him out to TfL!
- Blessing for doing a fabulous job on Readworks – she has completed an amazing 33 passages with a wide range of subjects from Ghana to the the inventors of YouTube and how snowflakes are formed. She said that she has learnt so much and particularly enjoyed the poem ‘Hope is the thing with feathers’ as she found the rhyme beautiful and and that it ‘hooked her’.
With so much happening in the world currently, it’s important that we take the time to celebrate positivity! I am immensely proud of how dedicated and committed our students are, not only to their education, but to making an impact in the world.
Maths – I would like to nominate Olamide for her creativity with her learning. She has used her knowledge of fractions and measuring, to bake a pizza independently. I was so pleased to see all the pictures of how she divided up her vegetables using fractions, the pattern work for the pepperoni, the measurements for her dough. The finished product was educational and looked so delicious!
- English – I would like to nominate Cyrilla for English. She wrote a detailed letter to me outlining the positive experiences and learning she is doing at home, along with her concerns and feelings related to the lockdown. It was a beautiful letter to read, very thoughtful, very honest, and it allowed us to talk and really discuss what is happening in the world. I am so proud of her for being brave enough to write to me!
- Science – I would like to nominate Anu for Science for making the learning so much and engaging. We have been looking at the life cycles of different animals, and Anu created a small play to help us remember the different stages of a horse, chicken, fish, and human. It was educational and very humorous! A lesson the class will never forget!
- RE and Humanities– I would like to nominate Elaine for her RE work, where she created a comic depicting the story of the Sower and the Seed. It is such a creative way to learn about the story. Her drawings and writing work so well together to help us learn about the subject!
- Arts – I would like to nominate both Danica and Jayda for their thoughtful poetry writing linking to the current protests happening around the world. Both girls have been leading powerful discussions in the classroom, asking thought-provoking questions, and wanting to make a difference. They wrote a poem independently in their spare time and performed it for our class. It is very powerful to see them care so deeply about an issue impacting the world.
- Well done to Gideon who has made a great start to the half term! Gideon completed the maths home learning based around Roman Numerals.
- Also, a special mention to Joel who has continued his hard work from last term and created a timetable of his day to help with telling the time. Well done Joel!
This week I would like to nominate Shian. I am so impressed with Shian’s 3D minibeast hotel! I love that she has reused and recycled materials from home to create her project. She has also been accessing the busy things website and completed tasks. Well done Shian!
- Zeniyah – walked around the school yesterday for a flower walk and took lots of pictures using an iPad. She then completed this (with a little support) but she really enjoyed it. I’m super impressed with her effort and hard work! Great job Zeniyah!!
- Obinna– I am always thrilled to see work arriving from Obinna. He has read over 14,000 words on Readworks (in the last 8 weeks) and always submits work that is not only beautifully presented, but is also of the highest quality.
- Kylah-Rae – I love Kylah-Rae’s enthusiasm for learning. Inspired by a recent story, Kylah has created a wonderful fact file about Mary Jackson. I love that Kylah-Rae is so passionate about challenging stereotypes and her desire to inspire others.
- Miracle – Whilst in school this week, I was delighted to hear about Miracle’s growing enthusiasm for gardening – she even brought in her own seeds!
- Karissa – It gives me great joy to reveal that Karissa has missed school so much, she even wore her uniform when at home! Recently Karissa has really focussed on improving her learning and frequently asks if she can read to an adult. Her attitude and maturity mean she is well on her way to becoming independent – well done!
How quickly this term has come to an end! Thank you so much to all the students, parents, and teachers, who continue to work hard and stay dedicated to learning. We are proud of each and every one of you!
- Maths – I would like to nominate Phillip for his amazing visual representation of fractions! I particularly love that he used food from home to show the different amounts! What a great activity
- English – I would like to nominate Marck for English. Marck has been working diligently at home to improve his English skills by spending time on ReadWorks. Here he has been listening to stories in English and Spanish and building up his vocabulary. He has already read 50+ stories! Well done Marck!
- Science – I would like to nominate Jayda for her personal project on Katherine Johnson. Jayda researched facts about this amazing scientist and mathematician and wrote a report to share with all of our students! It took her a week to complete the project but the finished work is remarkable and I am so impressed with her consistent effort!
- RE and Humanities– I would like to nominate Grace for RE work. She worked with a small group of students to act out the story of ‘The Good Samaritan’. She did a wonderful job summarising the story and understanding what the moral was.
- Art – I would like to nominate Sanjay for his art work linked to Science. As an extension, Sanjay drew a rocket and filled it with images and phrases of key items he wold like to bring along in the journey. A mixture of practical and funny things, it was a true reflection of his personality and he was proud to share it with the class.
This week I would like to nominate Kason for completing his minibeast bar chart! He had so much fun and has really been working on his colouring in skills. Well done Kason!
- Chichebem – for working hard on his maths work! I’ve been very pleased with what mum has been sending through. Keep it up Chichebem!
- Anaiyah – I was very happy to see a letter she had written in response to a statement I had made (I said I didn’t think it was important to recycle!). I must say her letter was very convincing and has changed my mind! Well done!
- Helen – I was very impressed with Helen’s comic strip showing the importance on keeping our oceans clean! WOW!
- Marcel – I am blown away by the level of effort Marcel puts into his home learning each week. You can really see the pride he takes in completing his written and craft activities. Here he is completing his emergency services obstacle course (this looks very exciting!), labelling the uniform of a police officer and a weekly diary of his families fruit intake! Maximum effort Marcel!
- Lesly – This week Lesly used a wide varitey of punctuation in her written piece about the golden lion tamarin. In her maths, she has used visual representations when solving problems on fractions. I am so impressed with her independence.
- Kavarli – I am thrilled to say that several times this week I have received emails from Kavarli himself, including, prayers, an article written about Rocksteady (which is on the music section of the website) and his science work. His computer skills are improving daily – please keep it up. We are very proud of you!
- Rihanna – Despite her best efforts, Rihanna had a few difficulties accessing home learning and being able to send it to me, but this week she managed it! I loved seeing her storyboard for RE and have been equally impressed with her fraction work. Well done Rihanna!
- Alex – For being such a good email communicator and sending photos of his home learning through a few times a week with pictures on them to cheer Ms Omoboni up (you can draw, Alex!).
- Ruth – Ruth has taken lots of beautiful photographs of different types of seeds that she has found in the outdoor area. It’s great to see her practising her photography skills from our photography unit and using them to support her science. (Photos below).
- Yazmin, Ronique and Blessing – For managing to do so well in their reading passage comprehensions.
The month of May continues very positively with motivation levels remaining high! I’m so proud of all the students for continuing with their home learning and showcasing all the new skills they are learning! Keep up the great work and effort!
- Maths – I would like to nominate Grace for putting in effort to learn about time. She has been working really hard at understanding how time works and the difference between 12 and 24 hour clocks.
- English – I would like to nominate Joshua for his consistent effort in improving his writing. He has been working on editing his own work for spelling, grammar, and punctuation and I have seen a huge improvement!
- Science – I would like to nominate Danica for taking such a keep interest in learning about inventors from the past. She researched and wrote about the inventor of the telescope and the final outcome was truly fascinating!
- RE and Humanities– I would like to nominate Chioma for her work on Noah and the Ark. She studied and read up on the subject before summarizing what made him so important. It’s great to see her combining her RE work alongside great writing.
- Art – I would like to nominate Elaine for her incredible comic strip art. She drew a scene from Julius Ceaser and it is both informative and comical! Her attention to detail in the speech makes for a great piece of work!
- We would like to nominate Archie and Maisy this week. Here they are on their iPads doing an activity on Busy Things and sharing their learning together.
- Joel has done a food diary for Science; his meals sound very healthy and he needs this for his daily exercise routines!
Well done for completing this week’s activities!
This week I would like to nominate Destiny for her wonderful home learning!
I am impressed that she has remembered to use commas when writing a list! She has really put effort into all of her learning. Well done Destiny!
- Chiamaka – for not only sending me updates on her home learning, I’m also happy to see that she’s working on her cooking skills! They look delicious!!
- Helen – I’m very impressed with her maths homework! I even replied with my answer to her challenge and she let me know that I was right! Keep up the good work!
- Elizabeth – I had a lovely telephone conversation with Elizabeth and her family this week! It made me laugh and put me in a great mood for the rest of the day! It was nice to catch up and see how we are both doing!
I miss you all!
- Succeeder: Reading her favourite Julia Donaldson story book that she borrowed from school.
- Romeo: A list of items for his role play grocery store including prices.
- Chimadika: Very proud of Chimadika and the hard work he has continued to put in week after week. Here are three examples of his home learning. His thank you prayer to God, being thankful for ambulances helping the world; His maths work for this week, finding out how many ways he can make 10p using other coins; and using playdough to create a variety of fruits and spell his name!
- Nolan: Making cupcakes and using a hand held mixer. They look delicious and Nolan’s face shows that he is very proud of his hard work!
8th May 2020
- Joanne – Not only does Joanne send me fantastic examples of her learning (almost daily!), she also has taken a keen interest in cooking. Her food looks simply delicious!
- Ishmail – Ishmail had a little trouble logging onto his Home Learning online, but has worked incredibly hard and caught everything up. Not only is his work always full of great content, his presentation is also beautiful.
- Joshua A – I genuinely look forward every week to receiving work from Joshua. He is a wonderful artist and whilst at home, he has become far more confident on the computer and has even created his own bar chart in maths.
- Kyle – I am sure that Kyle will not mind me stating that he is not always the most enthusiastic writer. That is why I was so delighted this week to see his creative writing about the Titanic. Please keep it up!
Team 5 have been sending some great work in but Ms Omoboni would like to give a special mention to these pupils:
- Edsay for his ‘Scale it up’ maths work. He really understood the process and explained it clearly.
- Ainara and Deborah for their science work on seed dispersal. They have both presented their findings completely differently but both are wonderful and show that different representations can give different information on the same subject.
- Naledi – For her humanities work on presenting an interview with her mother about what it is like to migrate to our country.
As the month draws to a close, and we continue to be in lockdown, I am so proud of ALL the students for staying positive and keeping up with their home learning. It is wonderful to talk to you on a weekly basis, and every week it gets harder and harder to nominate students for our sharing assembly!
- Maths – I would like to nominate Jovani for making excellent use of our Pixl app! He has been submitting his Maths homework weekly but it is also great to see that he is taking advantage of this Maths tool and working on his times tables regularly!
- English – I would like to nominate Riad for his excellently written diary entry. He was able to give the details of his school days at home, along with reminding us to wash our hands and be safe. It was very clear and to the point and I really loved to read how he balanced his day with studying and play.
- Science – I would like to nominate Zion for continuously showing her creative learning in all subjects but especially Science. This week she studied how different densities work and created a lava project.
- RE and Humanities– I would like to nominate Isaiah for going above and beyond in this subject. He answered all of his questions about Fair Trade for Humanities. Besides this, he also created a beautiful art piece to represent Noah’s Ark. I am so pleased to see his artistic side blossoming during this period!
- Art – I would like to nominate Megi for her redesign of a famous Shakespeare play – Romeo and Juliet! The picture, the colours, and the scene make me want to read it all over again!
Team 3’s nominations this week are:
- Mary-Ornella looking happy doing some planting next to a beautiful rose bush,
- Joel, also looking happy with his chocolate machine and his advertisement for a chocolate (scrumptious).
- Finally, Gideon has done some amazing his science work about different areas of the body – definitely a doctor or Scientist of the future!
I would like to nominate Jevon and Ellie. They have both put so much effort into their home learning and are really enjoying the minibeast tasks.
Thank you to everyone who’s sent me pictures of their children’s work this week!
- Paul-Yvann – for creating an excellent sting ray using household items! He has also been working hard in all areas and I’m very impressed with the effort he is making.
- Chiamaka – for creating a lovely ‘Thank You’ poster for the NHS.
- Khaaliq – for his work on number bonds and for also sending me this message about Busy Things: “I know how to play the duck game on Busy things. It tells us how to go left, right, straight, down and around”.
Daniel – Road safety sign and reading his first ever Red Ditty book!
Elyas – Has made a house out of craft materials with his Mum to talk about the people who help him at home
1st May 2020
This week has been particularly challenging in nominating children as we have had so many fantastic pieces of work!
- Eathan – he has been incredibly focused and completed all work set to a very high standard. Having looked into Fairtrade, he has written a beautiful prayer thanking farmers and praying for their fair treatment.
- Miles – he has been incredibly busy baking, going for walks and has written a fantastic piece of creative writing about attending a supermarket – a rather surreal experience in the current climate!
- Nicole – Her dedication to learning is fantastic and she has sent over a very balanced debate regarding deforestation.
- Paula – she has completed all of her learning and has created the most beautiful rainforest. I always admire her creativity and artistic talents.
I feel very lucky to be the Team 6 teacher and am so proud of how well our children have adapted. I have included photos of the children’s work
- Dmarco for his wonderful poem about the seasons and for learning the life-long skill of how to sew on buttons! He’s been practising on outfits for his teddies and has promised to attempt an outfit for one of our toys in the classroom when school returns. (poem and pictures attached).
- Tajnell for presenting her work beautifully when she was converting the time from the UK to Jamaica (which is in a time zone -5 hours from ours). (picture attached).
- Habib for completing some tricky maths converting the distance from the UK to some Caribbean countries from miles to kilometres. I was impressed that he found a really sensible method of multiplying by 160 then dividing the answer by 100 rather than needing to multiply the miles by 1.6. He also provided some great information about the populations of the countries in the Caribbean. (pictures attached).
- And Reabb for the most beautiful portrait of her sister, Sossna created in the colourful style of our Caribbean artist study, Brianna McCarthy. The picture is really stunning as a whole and the colours selected work very well together creating harmony across the whole piece. For those of us who know Sossna, we can see the likeness instantly!
- Maths – This week in Maths we have been focused on money. Phillipa’s work showcases her learning, with clear examples, working out and definitions of the money questions asked.
- English – In English we are studying Queen Elizabeth I. Olamide has completed an in depth informative poster showcasing key facts about the Queen and her life. She has also included a portrait of her majesty!
- Science – We are looking at ingredients and how cooking is a scientific process. Mia has been researching the ingredients and recipe needed to make a lasagna and she also assisted her mum in baking one. Looks absolutely delicious!
- RE – Elaine has done some incredible artwork about the story of creation from the Bible. She has also included a write up to further explain the significance. As many students are working hard on their English and Maths work, it is great to see a focus on RE as well.
- Art – In art I would also like to nominate Mia. She has made a beautiful mask to wear to an Elizabethen ball! Mia had some trouble getting started with the home learning a few weeks ago, but both her and her mum were so determined to get on with her learning. We have been using Google translate to go back and forth and I am truly impressed by their perseverance in the matter! Excited to see how her learning has a positive impact on her English learning skills as well!
- Gideon for creating a chocolate machine for Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.
- Joel for completing his healthy plate and Naomi who had so much fun experimenting with seeing which type of chocolate melted first.
Ms R McFarlane would like to nominate Musa and Sara.
- Musa has been working hard with his mummy on his fine and gross motor skills.
- Sara wrote a wonderful poem and song all about mini beasts.
- Chavona: Well done for researching and writing down fun facts about different sea animals! I’m impressed with the amount of facts I saw (there were 3 pages of facts!) I was impressed by her shark facts!
- Helen: Well done Helen for completing a word problem I had posted on the blog and she included pictorial representations as well! Well done on using different ways to solve the question!
- Elizabeth: I’m very impressed with Elizabeth’s work on her 10 timestable! We had not yet began this in class and so I’m very proud of her for answering the question set as well as completing a multiplication number sentence. Keep up the great work!
Miss Douglas has some really beautiful photos to nominate for this week’s sharing assembly. She states that more and more parents are engaging with sending in photos which is great news! She hopes to receive even more next week.
Miss Douglas added, “Hope you enjoy these as much as I have! Especially Marcel’s family effort to decorate their front window full of rainbows.”
- Window display of rainbow artwork
- Marcel’s egg painting activity (so beautiful!)
- Marcel’s role play as a Nurse for this terms ‘People Who Help Us’ topic
- His thank you letter to his brother Musa for the ‘write a letter to thank someone who helps you’ activity
- I-Spy activity to find household items that start with the letter ‘t’. As a challenge Daoud also wrote these objects down on paper.
- Baking at home!
- Gingerbread baking
- A recipe for a medicine that heals hiccups
24th April 2020
- David Obieze (incredibly neat and acurate maths work)
- Esther – for her beautiful poster on toucans
- Shakiyah – for sending me multiple pieces of work, including a word document on the Glass Frog
Ms Omoboni has nominated these children…
- Naledi for completing her Daily Mile every day at home and for cooking her mum a lovely breakfast when she was reenacting her favourite book ‘The Bed and Breakfast Star’.
- Ainara for reading over 23,000 words from our reading library. This is especially astonishing as Ainara is still quite new to English and shows great motivation.
- Deborah for her fabulous poem based on the seasons and working through the tricky part of her maths to multiply decimal numbers and convert km to miles.
- I’d like to give Ruth and Alex a special mention for staying in contact about their work too (with some great pictures) and staying joyful during this time.
Miss Mehta has nominated David for truly showcasing our school values. His love and kindness are evident even whilst he is at home. His caring nature has him reach out to other students and really care about the well being of his teachers. And his effort to keep up with his learning has been shown in many wonderful and creative ways.
Here are pictures from. a Tudors book he created that encompasses all his learning and something he thought of and created independently!
- Joel and Gideon for producing some excellent home learning
- Ms R McFarlane would like to nominate Splendor for being a super minibeast researcher! He is always enthusiastic about his learning and was really excited to see that his home learning was about minibeasts.
- Akayla – Akayla had an enjoyable Easter week at home as she delved deep into her Art & Crafts. She created several different Easter bunnies (thank you mum for sending over the pictures) but I was very impressed with how she brought him to life (see attached picture). Well done Akayla for a very creative week!
- Chiamaka – Chiamaka won the skipping rope challenge on Sports Relief day and so it came as no surprise to me when mum sent over a picture of Chiamaka brushing up her skills! I’m glad she is spending some time outside, enjoying the lovely sun and staying fit!
- Zephaniah – Zephaniah’s mum sent over pictures of him reading scales as he baked some cookies! Fun fact (maybe more embarrassing than fun), I have never baked cookies before and I am very impressed with Zephaniah’s baking skills! Hopefully he can teach me a thing or two on baking when we’re back!
- Khaaliq – I am very proud of Khaaliq for sending me this message: “I can count in 2s. And I know my odd and even numbers”. Keep up the great work Khaaliq!