Show & Tell Week 3

Another fantastic selection of photos and text, depicting all the amazing things you have been up this week. If you want to take part in the next Show & Tell, please send photos and/or a sentence or two, to admin.kirmington@northlincs.gov.uk by the end of next Saturday.

Click here to see what the children at St Helena’s have been doing this week.

   

My scones and chocolate cake I made with my mum.
Maisie-Jane

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*Salt dough modelling for our Easter tree
*Cerys enjoyed dipping strawberries in melted white chocolate 🙂

Cerys Year 3

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Stanley Edmonds (Foundation) has made an Easter Tree. He didn’t want to smile for the camera though!!

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This week we did some school work and celebrated Mia’s 6th Birthday. The sunshine has been lovely and we enjoyed some garden games.

Keira Y3 & Mia Y1

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Can’t go camping this Easter, so Oscar is setting up his Playmobil campsite.

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Lewis and Jack Bennett been making plant pots and missing you​. Mums’ plant pot age 42 and Lewis Year 6 blue plant pot and Jack Year 2 is the watermelon plant pot. They have also done a lovely hand print painting to mark this period of time.

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Darcy has been busy making a fairy and bug garden this week. She’s also done a spot of baking and made some lovely fairy cakes.

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Logan‘s had a very busy couple of weeks, doing lots of different things.
He’s completed one of the Easter Challenges by writing an Easter Acrostic poem, made some cool slime, practised his RM Maths (with help from little sister, Sylvie) and had lots of fun in the garden, keeping fit.
He misses all of his school family and says a big hello to everyone!
We hope you all have a very Happy Easter ???

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Some of this weeks activities. Both girls want to say hello to everyone and hope you’re staying safe. We are enjoying cooking baking and gardening, planting veg seeds, exploring in woods and garden.

From Daisy & Evie

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This brave little super star has been in the wars this week ? After falling off the swing at home, Ella broke and dislocated her elbow and has had to have surgery this morning (Thursday). She has been so brave! Been spoilt with presents from the nurses and lots of mummy cuddles!

Best wishes Ella from all your friends and the staff at St Barnabas. We hope you are up and feeling better soon xx

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Zeke and Ezra have been working hard with school work, along with some great extra print-outs from Twinkl. They have been working hard together to build crafts, try some great experiments and do lots of sports day challenges in the garden. Zeke has designed Ezra a ‘Days of the Week’ door which has helped Ezra so much. Zeke has also tried his hand at Calligraphy. Oh and Ezra is so very proud of his first wobbly tooth ?

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Another busy week… decorating a tin can for planting some seeds, playing dodgeball on the trampoline, and trying out a new recipe ‘intergalactic toffee’ which is very more-ish! Jess has also been busy tidying her room, walking the dog, designing an Easter egg, writing an Easter acrostic and enjoyed watching a film or two ?

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Owen Weller has been busy doing lots of fun things this week, as well as continuing to read. He’s also been having some fun and loved his card from Mrs Emms and Mrs Welton – it really picked him up

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Jayden said big thank you to all his teachers – mommy also feels emotional every time when seeing his school uniform. Therefore Jayden is sharing his drawing of a cartoon character this week to cheer everybody up!

This is the “Waffle Man” and he is the “Bread Boy’s” dad from Jayden’s previous creation at Vale.

Hope all of Jayden’s school friends and teachers are having  a very safe Easter xxx

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First of all, we hope everyone is well.

We have been making the most of the weather this week and enjoying simple activities, like face-painting, tree climbing and making daisy chains ??

Sam is still enjoying practising his archery and is getting closer to bullseye.

Amy has danced her way through the week, which is normal for her and lovely to see. She choreographed an Easter dance routine for a competition with her drama group, and is also taking part in three, live, on-line classes during the week with her dance school.

Sam rose to his bake-off challenge this week and made a lemon drizzle cake. Amy chose a rainbow cake ?.

I’m banking on Sam pulling off a full roast dinner next weekend! ?

Thinking of everyone and sending our very best wishes.

Leanne, Dave, Sam and Amy xx

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