Isabelle's proud moment has been her broad bean experiment. She has learnt all about the conditions needed to make her beans grow well.
Here is Roan engrossed in his new passion project... working his way through his new box set of Dragon Ball Z graphic novels. 4 down, 22 to go!
Josie has really excelled in completing White Rose Maths work.
Willow has been looking after her plants.
Skyla's work on the planets.
This must have taken a long time to do Skyla!
Good use of materials from home Skyla.
We love all the bright colours in Skyla's work
Skyla has enjoyed learning about the planets.
More great work from Skyla.
Skyla has been using the sunshine to full effect!
Skyla has demonstrated poise and suppleness.
Skyla has shown her creativity in lots of different ways.
More creative work from Skyla.
Evidence of another busy day for Skyla.
Jackson in Kingfishers is re creating the Colosseum linked to the project his class have been doing on the Romans.
Bethany & Thomas jumping up and down in muddy puddles.
Bethany painting her nails - great hand eye coordination and patterns!
Max also decided to learn about floating and sinking and found this tray floated in his pool.
Max has been working hard during the lock down.
Ivy undertook a measuring activity using hands during a Maths lesson.
Josie from Kingfishers found a blank shield template and copied a design onto it.
Josie looked at pictures of mosaics and then created one of her own.
Josie labelled a Roman Gladiator - good work Josie!
Faith and some of the resources she has used to ensure her continuing education during lockdown.
To coincide with reading Tom's Midnight Garden, Faith made a diorama of a vegetable garden with an apiary.
Another image of Faith's diorama of Tom's Midnight Garden.
Faith made a castle from cardboard (with working drawbridge and ladders).
For science Faith has been growing violas, radishes and carrots from seed.
And to mark VE day Faith even made an evacuees suitcase - this is super work Faith!
Faith also made a gas mask box - all from cardboard!
Nathan produced some detailed work on the topic of VE Day.
Nathan's family had some trouble with their online grocery order and Nathan helped to sort it out.
Here are some of the calculations involved as Nathan resolved their online shopping issue.
Nathan did a project on the Vikings and their craftmanship.
More great Viking-inspired work from Nathan!
Nahtan and his family are missing getting out into town so they did some home-learning about Bury St Edmunds.
Nathan drew a comic strip depicting the story of St Edmund - this is part 1.
Here is part 2 of Nathan's comic strip.
Nathan made a very helpful tourist information leaflet for visitors to Bury St Edmunds.
Here is Poppy putting her number and counting skills into practice.
Poppy has been learning about swans.
Here is Poppy getting to know more about donkeys.
Poppy and her sister Katie have made some super rainbow pictures in support of our NHS.
Poppy has been very inventive making bubbles with just a sock and a bottle.
What a super butterfly, Poppy! You have worked really hard with this! Well done!
Alys continued her 'leaf-themed' home learning and in looking at leaves, spotted some caterpillars!
Here is Edwyn concentrating well as he makes a leaf boat - this led to much talk about sinking and floating.
Here is Edwyn with his leaf boat - great work Edwyn!
Josie made a book using pictures she found online and typing/writing the text.
Josie has been studying magnets.
Here is Josie and some of the resources she has used as she learns more about magnets.
Here is Josie and one of her practical experiments using magnets.
For Maths this week, Josie has been looking at money and here is some of her written work.
This week Tallis has made indicators to test acids and alkalis in our home chemistry lesson.
Tallis used Tumeric, red cabbage, plum and geranium petals to make 4 indicators and we tested each with lemon juice and bicarbonate of soda.
Tallis recorded colour changes (PH) on a table and experimented to see what would happen when he mixed the ingredients together.
Willow used nuts to help her work out one quarter!
Poppy went on a walk and found so many wild flowers!
Poppy helped with the gardening and found many snails there. She found out about what they eat and made a home for them.
For Science this week Jake decided to do a crystal experiment.He coloured in the cardboard tree then added the chemicals to the petri dish.
The day after Jake added the chemicals he was delighted to see that it had been a success and here is his crystal tree!
Tallis has been doing some creative writing based on Harry Potter -here is his version of Ron's Howler, from Hermione to Voldemort.
Here is Tallis safely practicing whittling hazel with his brother.
Here is Matilda with her home art project.
Josie tried an exercise of proof reading.
Here you can see that Josie has been concentrating on the 3 times table and started some basic fraction work.
Josie also painted a picture that shows two people trading before the Romans came to trade here.
Brela was keen to show us she has been working hard on her White Rose spelling.
Here is a sample of the White Rose Maths that Brela has completed.
Nathan’s Grandfather Simon helped a family friend when her bees ‘swarmed’.
Here is Nathan's grandfather in his bee suit as he carefully re-homes the bees.
Nathan recorded the work he did, inspired by his grandad's bee rescue.
Here is the collage all about bees that Nathan created.
Here is some work that Nathan has done on the epic Anglo Saxon poem Beowulf.
Nathan made a detailed painting of King Hrothgar’s great hall called Herot as part of his home learning on Beowulf.
Nathan helped make a birthday meal for his dad and recorded the different actions he undertook.
Although they forgot to take a photo of the birthday spread, Nathan drew a picture of the scene.
Tallis is pleased to be able to share the various stages in the making of his Mayan mask
Tallis's mask is made of modroc. He later painted it with a snake decoration to make it look scary.
We think that Tallis's mask would have been successful in frightening warriors from opposing tribes - great work!