Willow has captured the swans link to our school perfectly. The detail is amazing! What a triumph!
Willow's entry for the Great Whelnetham Bake Off - you have put in so much effort Willow! Well done!
Alys from Larks has been inspired by the butterflies in her garden to make special pictures of them.
Here is Alys hard at work, making her butterfly pictures.
Isabelle's proud moment has been her broad bean experiment. She has learnt all about the conditions needed to make her beans grow well.
Edwyn has been using the Oak National Academy website to inspire this Literacy work.
Look at Edwyn's great sentences, handwriting and understanding of text.
Nathan has been working really hard on lots of different subject areas - here are photographs of some of the work he has done . Pirate work.
Nathan's image of The Black Spot
Nathan's activities inspired by the National Trust's 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4.
Nathan's work on the Vikings and Saxons
Coby has been busy in Art/Woodwork making his own mini half pipe.
Caylen watched a PowerPoint of the George and the Dragon story and then re-wrote the story in his own words.
Jake has studied the content of some of the oceans of the world.
Jake in Kingfishers has studied the layers of rock that make up the earth's core and crust.
Anastasia has labelled all the planets and put them in order from their distance from the sun.
She has made a fantastic picture too!
Arthur has completed some great work on nature
Arthur has been inspired by his knowledge of the planets.
Arthur has been really busy.
Arthur having fun in the sun while learning.
Willow in Robins has been baking, gardening and practising her spellings and writing about Hamlet the elephant. A great range of talents Willow
Willow checking the growth of her plants.
Look at Willow's great knowledge of the story and her careful handwriting.
More great work from Nathan! Check out his Sutton Hoo project!
Jackson hard at work in the kitchen.
Look at the delicious cakes Jackson in Kingfishers has made.
Thomas playing ICT games .
Thomas feeding the birds.
Thomas went on a scavenger hunt and here he is, sticking his findings down on paper to make a collage.
Thomas practising his Maths skills - finding the correct money for the different amounts shown.
Here are Thomas and Bethany sorting their animals out to which ones live on land and which ones live in the water.
Bethany painting a sea picture.
Bethany making patterns with her fruit -she enjoyed eating it afterwards!
Bethany making a mask and sword out of junk modelling materials.
Bethany making a story kite.
Bethany sticking her findings down from the scavenger hunt she did on her walk.
Josie in Swans is enjoying work experience with her mum as a budding next generation gardener!
Josie is gaining valuable skills as she enjoys the lovely weather!
Ivy in Robins committed a story to memory during English home learning.
Harley, Taylor and Riley have enjoyed getting to explore the local area. We are so lucky to live in the the vicinity of Great Whelnetham.
This is Harley's letter to Nanny - a task from the online home learning.
The Parker family spent some time making birthday cards for their family whilst enjoying the lovely weather.
The Parker family playing one of their favourite games, with a football theme ofcourse! I wonder who won?
Great work from Jackson! Well done!
Jackson has worked really hard with his research and writing about colosseums.
Jackson's hard work has paid off - check out his model colosseum.
Matilda has been working on her class project on the Ancient Mayan civilisation. She has been busy cooking Mayan foods.
Matilda making her Mayan headdress.
The headdress is really taking shape - great work Matilda!
Erin built a great robot from Knex.
Erin is delighted that the beans she planted are growing beautifully.
Freya concentrating on her White Rose Maths home learning.
Freya and her sister carrying out a science investigation making crystals.
As you can see, Freya's investigation worked beautifully.
Freya's poetry techniques and language choices are really effective. Freya is very proud of what she has achieved, and we are too!
Freya doing some focused - and cosy - independent reading.
Edwyn has had a busy afternoon with some leaf printing. This led on to talks about leaf and tree identification.
Here is the first of 2 of Edwyn's prints.
Here is Edwyn's other print - great work Edwyn!
Sophie enjoyed making this chocolate brownie cake to have with her family's VE Day picnic. Doesn't it look delicious!
Brela had fun finding out about ‘The Battle of Hastings’ and the ‘Bayeux Tapestry’.
Brela researched and made a lovely diagram of a growing plant.
Brela made a fairy garden with real grass. She’s keeping it tidy by cutting the grass every few days - something we are all familiar with!
We are so impressed with Freya's bake! A terrific effort!
Tallis is writing a diary from the point of view of a German child in the years leading up to the war (based on lessons from the Oak Academy).
This really is an example of 'Home' economics. Great teamwork here from Edwyn and Alys!
Theo is very pleased with this robot he made during home learning.
Ivy has been re-writing the story of The Tiger who came to Tea. Great work Ivy!
Logan made these paper cup puppets all by himself and is very pleased with his achievement - great work Logan!
Tallis made his Mayan mask from Modroc. It's a warriors mask and he chose to decorate it with a snake.