Work From Home
Come and look at some of the fantastic work that our children have been doing during lock down!
Can you spot yours?
If you haven’t already emailed us with your pictures,
then why don’t you do it now!
Ruby has been having mammoth baking sessions during lockdown! She has used her movie making skills to create this fantastic video, which would envy the most experienced advert makers, to promote her skills! What do you think?
Daniel has been doing some super fraction work while he’s been at home, as well as keeping fit and playing football with his dog.
Archie has been working very hard on his maths which is fantastic to see. Well done!
After a walk with his family, Harry and his brother decided to do some historical research into the pedestrian Tyne Tunnel.
As well as doing some planting and getting fresh air, Abbie has been learning about the human skeleton.
Katie has produced a diary of one of her days at home.
Amelia has been busy growing strawberries with her dad - I bet they taste delicious.
Grace made this wonderful heart shaped pizza. I’m sure you’ll agree, it looks delicious.
As well as practising his football skills, Thomas has been erupting volcanoes too! Well done Thomas!
Max has been very busy at home. He used household objects and his science knowledge on forces to create a moving lift system. He’s also made his own pizza using fresh dough! Well done, Max.
Aidan has been working hard at home to write a long story. He has tried very hard with the detail and using a variety of vocabulary! Well done Aidan!
Owen has been completing a range of DT activities at home. Well done!
Hannah has had a very busy time, some the highlights for her have been dying her hair using tissue paper, helping around the farm and getting two new chickens which turned out to be cockerels!
Emily has written a story at home called My World. I wonder what was included? We think the cat is trying to help her write it.
As well as doing some English and maths each day, Euan has been practising his cooking skills and also made a marble run from cardboard. Those scones look delicious, Euan.
Erin has been using Carol Vordeman's online work to keep her maths up to scratch. Well done Erin!
Take a look at Kaylee's fabulous creation - a clay money pot! Wow! Well done Kaylee.
Jenny has been really busy during the lockdown: reading books, drawing and writing stories. Here are some pictures of her work.
Logan has been working hard at home. One of the things he has done is study Van Gogh's Sunflowers painting and reproduce his own version.
Ben has been keeping active during lockdown with the help of football and zoom karate lessons!
Amy (5PH) has been creating art work for her bedroom wall.
Joseph and his sister created an 'eat along' with Charlie and the Chocolate factory. What a great idea!
Avneet has worked super hard to write a story at home and illustrate it like we do in school.
Thomas has been reviewing movies whilst he has been in lockdown. Does this inspire you to watch this film?
Kirsty has been working hard making sure she keeps on top of her English work.
Poem by Imogen W about Life in Lockdown
Jay has been baking lots of new things during lockdown such as fudge, scones, cheesecake, truffles and pizza. They look delicious! He has also had his own butterfly garden at home where he saw caterpillars grow into butterflies.
Lucas has been keeping very busy during lockdown! He has been carrying out lots of Cubs activities to earn his badges whilst at home. For Cubs, he camped outside for a weekend and made a stove fire and smores! He has also had a bird coming into his garden who he has called Billy and has decorated a lovely bird house for him so that he can feed him.
Sophie has been delving into the world of endangered animals and has produced this fantastic PowerPoint presentation all about what she found out. Sophie and her brother have also adopted an orangutan to help in the fight to save them! Well done!
Molly wanted to share her artwork that she has been completing to pass the time. Isn't it brilliant!
Amongst many other things, Marcie decided to keep a fitness log while she's been at home. Great idea Marcie - we all know how important physical exercise is and it looks like you've done really well.
As we all dream of faraway places, Harrison has done some excellent research into The Alps. He has also created a great poster on the circulatory system - this will be really helpful for Year 6, Harrison. Well done.
Harry N 5PH
Harry from 5PH made a pizza oven from scratch with his Dad and produced this fantastic pizza for tea!
Sam O 5TS
Sam loves to cook and bake and is trying out lots of new recipes during lockdown. This week he chose Mary Berry’s ‘Death by Chocolate’ cake and it was amazing!
Lily D 5TG
In light of the covid-19 outbreak, new hospitals have been built across the country to accommodate patients who have contracted the disease; these have been aptly named the ‘Nightingale’ hospitals. Lily has been researching their namesake Florence Nightingale. Come and read all about the ‘Lady with the Lamp’!
Look at Lily’s (5TG) VE day celebration picture that she has drawn!
Jake from 5TS has been busy with his dad during lock down. He has planted some beautiful flowers in a hanging basket and made a unique tea light holder! Both are super, wouldn’t you agree? Well done Jake!
Joseph F 3KE
Joseph has been busy learning about volcanoes at home and was very excited to discover crystals inside a geoid.
James O 3BT
James O from 3BT has been very busy during lockdown. He has compiled everything he has been up to in this fantastic PowerPoint.
Ben L 5TG
Here are Ben’s completed Year 5 DT tasks. He took up the challenge to make a marble run and a water-bottle car. They look great, don’t you agree?
Have you heard of J.K. Rowling? Yes, she is the author of the Harry Potter stories! Well, she’s running a competition for children to illustrate some of her new book. Here is Florence’s entry! Just look at the detail she has included in her drawing!
Imogen C 3LN
Imogen C 3LN, has been learning all about volcanoes. She has even made her own and caused an eruption. Well done Imogen!
Whilst Isabella has been in lock down, she has been studying the life cycle of the butterfly. She watched caterpillars hatch from eggs, develop into pupa, and change into beautiful butterflies, which she then set free. Well done Isabella!
Are Egyptians and hieroglyphics your thing? Then, you will love looking at this artwork by Madeleine from 5PG. Super clay modelling skills!
Madeleine from 5PG has been doing some cross-curricular work on endangered animals, during lock down. Just look at how much she has accomplished. Fab sketch of a polar bear Madeleine, well done!
During lock down, Nola from 5TS has produced some inspired and colourful artwork. Can you see the various materials and colours that she has use to create it? This might give you some ideas for your own artwork? Well done Nola it looks super!
Learning to play the piano is Sam from 5TS. He has been practising during lock down and has made super progress! Watch out Mr. Lumsden - Sam might come after your job!
Daniel (6DW) created a superb working volcano model and received a call from Southmoor School to say that his model made him winner of their weekly challenge.
It was so lovely to receive a letter from Grace in 6CF. I thought I would share it so that other people may be able to borrow some of her ideas to keep busy at home. Well done Grace.
It was fantastic to hear all about Sophie’s (6JS) lockdown activities. Because I teach Sophie Maths, I was particularly impressed with the secondary school content she has been attempting with her brother!
Lyra has not only been busy reading but she has taught her dog to read as well!
Lyra has been working on our Volcano topic and has made her very own volcano.
Sophie has been practising her watercolour skills whilst at home during lock down. Do you notice any familiar techniques? A super picture, well done Sophie 5PG!
Maia and Lana 6CF
Maia and Lana worked so hard to explain all about volcanoes. I learnt lots of new facts. Could you learn something too?
Jaden has been busy learning all about volcanoes and produced this amazing model. We can’t wait to see what happens when it erupts!
Maisie has been busy cooking up a storm at home with a Spanish paella and delicious cakes for VE day.
Aurelia has been working incredibly hard at home. She has looked into the maths behind how COVID-19 spreads and has written a great story. I'm looking forward to the second part!