Show & Tell Week 6
The weather hasn’t been brilliant this week but, judging from the photos on this week’s Show and Tell, you have all made the best of it . If you want to take part in the next Show & Tell, please send photos and/or a sentence or two, to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of next Saturday.
Click here to see what the children at St Helena’s have been doing this week.
Ethan‘s mum was more than a little surprised when he asked her to pour cold water over him for the Cold Water Challenge … but who was she to stand in his way 😀
Oscar’s den and “chillin” staying at home.
“To all the teachers at school
Cerys has drawn around her hands and painted the fingernails on them
Euan hard at it doing school work
We’ve had another good week even though the weather hasn’t been kind. ☔️
We decided we needed a change of scenery so we had a camp out in our summer house, think Darcy had the best bed out of us all. It was freezing!! ? ?
We had a go at making some ice lollies this week by adding some strawberries to them, they turned out ok really! ??
Another rainy day task this week has been making some decorations ready for VE Day. ?? Darcy made a paper chain of red, white and blue she was well chuffed with it. ?
Hope everyone is keeping safe and Darcy sends a great big hug to you all! ?
Jake and Ben have had another busy week of biking and walking. They are on 124miles of biking now! Ben has coloured in a nice picture for his Great, Great Auntie Doris who is 103. We try and write her a letter, or colour a picture for her most weeks as she is in Elsham nursing home. Ben has learnt how to crack eggs without also dropping most of the shell in! He helped me do tea we had bacon and eggs it was lovely. He’s also learnt how to fold the washing so he’s becoming quite useful!! We have had a nice walk in the woods and found a good tree to climb! Another really nice week for the boys x
This week Seth has enjoyed reading to Daddy. He’s doing so well with it now. Daddy also had to cut off Seth’s floppy blonde hair. We call it his “corona cut”. Mummy was sad to see it go.
We have been on lots of walks and Seth climbed trees. He also made his own pizza and ate it all up. Seth is missing his friends a lot.
This week Owen has been busy learning about animals in warm climates he choose a camel, he also been doing a daily session on Maths Factor while its free to keep up to date with his maths, he enjoyed drawing his Lancaster Bomber for operation manna, for our baking this week we choose cookies they were very tasty. He was really pleased to receive his postcard from Mrs Murray in the post and is looking forward to all the V. E work next week he hopes everyone is well and keeping safe xx
Hayley and Emily have had a busy week this week working on their writing, reading and math work. Really working well on the computer on the active learning activities. But also being really creative and noisy! They have started their own scrapbooks of their time during lockdown and what interesting things they have been doing. Even Felicity has one as she is too little to remember this when she is older!
Harrison has been busy this week building a den. We had snacks and watched a movie in his den one night and he is desperate for us to sleep in it too (but mum and dad are not so keen on that idea ?).
Harrison has started running around Barnetby in a morning to keep up his fitness and has been out on some lovely walks. He is missing playing football so much.
He has started making his Solar Hydraulic robot from his construction kit now he/we have the time and is excited about seeing it working.
Evelyn has been busy this week! She has made a poster about spring with pictures she took around the village. She made rocky road cakes which were delicious! She has also taken part in her first rainbows meeting via zoom and is looking forward to doing a scavenger hunt in her meeting next week.
We hope everyone is safe and well ❤️
The last two weeks seem to have flown by and has seen pizza making; using the recipe in Amy’s home learning pack, and more of Sam’s delicious flapjack!
There has been missile jumping and somersaulting. Even our resident frogs have been spotted in the air! Sam waited patiently in the pouring rain to capture this frog in action!
There have also been table tennis tournaments. Sam has wiped the floor with us all ??.
We have continued our daily routine of multiplication grids and spellings. Sam and Amy both achieved a PB in their grids this week ?. They’re also working well through their Home Learning Packs and on-line activities.
Sam and Amy were very happy to receive a postcard from Mrs Murray this week and the JibJab cards made us laugh – I think Mr Courtney was a favourite ???.
Sending lots of love to our school family,
Leanne, Dave, Sam and Amy xx
This week once again we have done a daily dog walk, braving the showers! Jess has also baked oats and honey biscuits, flapjack and chocolate chip cookies… yum! She has also tried a bit of ‘minecraft’ yoga!
Stay safe everyone, missing you all xxx
Cole enjoyed pajamarama day and stayed in his pjs all day. He’s been helping out with the gardening too. We really enjoyed the maths elephant we got in his school pack and the Mrs Hammond or Mrs Jackson? Task.
Construction time for Eloise and Theo this week.
Eloise helped to make a new rabbit hutch for Teddy and Wiggles her rabbits
Theo has had fun making his Lego police car and moon buggy.
Cerys, Keira, Willow, Lilly-Rose and Lily ?