Danilo has worked very hard on this description, it’s great! Well done Dan.
Check out these awesome posters made by Kieran as part of the year 5 home learning! Well done Kieran, there is some super information on both of these.
As part of English home learning this week, I asked the children to write a description of one of the characters from Shakespeare’s Macbeth, which year 5 are studying at home. I was blown away to receive this from Olivia! Her description is absolutely fantastic. Well done, Olivia!
Linking to VE Day, Ryan has done some research on Winston Churchill and created this excellent powerpoint! I’m so impressed by Ryan’s hard work, this is great. Well done Ryan!
Just a reminder that all my Facebook live reading sessions are on our Youtube channel saved in a playlist labelled with each book’s title. If anyone wants something new to listen to at bedtime or through your headphones in the sunshine (or another option to give grown-ups half an hour of peace!) then give them a go. Both are really exciting stories.
Mr Parker’s stories are also on our Youtube channel and well worth a watch if you missed them live on Facebook! They are really funny.
Love Miss H x
If you fancy getting creative, why not have a go at making some VE day ‘make do and mend’ style bunting to decorate your house with? I’d love to see anything you make – email me a pic to firstname.lastname@example.org Love Miss H x
I was thrilled to receive this photo from Jack of the excellent VE Day bunting that he made. It is brilliant! Well done Jack.
Check out this fantastic piece of artwork created by Freddie for year 5 home learning! I love it, wouldn’t it look great up on the wall? Well done Fredster!
This is first on my list for post-lockdown adventures! Well done Freddie, a super and creative piece of home learning x