Crystals, rocky road and soup!
Having spent the day in school today, it has been lovely to come back to some amazing photos of your work:
Well done all!
Well done to Bella Smith, Lee Coleman, Vinnie Paxton and Kevin Fenyvesi for continuing to complete all their tasks.
He could've learnt to play the piano, he could've learnt to play guitar, he could of learnt to play the drums, except Jarrett doesn't like to go for the obvious. Here he is playing his didgeridoo!!!
Leah must be Harry Pottered Out!
As many of you will know, our first Guided Reading unit for home learning was Harry Potter and the Philospher's Stone. Leah B seemed to really enjoy the first book so much that she has now read all of the other 6 books as well which is over 4100 pages in total! What an achievement Leah, we are so impressed. We talk about a love of reading in school and you have certainly found it!
It was great to see Jess B having a go at the chance to be a Guinness world record holder. I couldn't believe it when I watched the video Jess, what focus! I wonder if there is any other year 7s who think they can challenge you?
AR Shout Outs
Hello Year 7. This week I have a few shout outs to those Year 7s who have completed one or more quizzes at home this week, showing a fantastic commitment to their home learning.
My shout outs go to the following pupils:
Bella S- TWO QUIZZES
Leah B- TWO QUIZZES
Well done all of you. Let's see if we can double this number next week.
Stay safe everyone
Planting, rocky roads, lots of work, TTRS and fantastic art
Thank you for all your messages today, we have had some amazing work sent through:
Cheesecake and Rocky Road
Great to see Millie H working hard in the kitchen making cheesecake and rocky road- well done Millie!