Well done Carter for your picture of a rainbow for the NHS and key workers.

Well done Carter for your picture of a rainbow for the NHS and key workers.

Well done to Jasmine who is learning Maths and Science by planting vegetables.

Louis decorated his wall to support the NHS. Well done!

A lovely poem has been written by Harvey about the NHS.

Merrin has been busy reading. Well done Merrin.

Bethany has been learning how to  upcycle for a guide badge she has  independently made a peg bag from an old tshirt and a 2p machine from rubbish  around the house. 

Bethany has been learning how to  upcycle for a guide badge she has  independently made a peg bag from an old tshirt and a 2p machine from rubbish  around the house. 

Bethany has been learning how to  upcycle for a guide badge she has  independently made a peg bag from an old tshirt and a 2p machine from rubbish  around the house. 

Ethan and Bethany have made a bug  hotel and have been observing the ants,  caterpillars and spider residents! Well done Ethan and Bethany.

Ethan and Bethany have made a bug  hotel and have been observing the ants,  caterpillars and spider residents! Well done Ethan and Bethany.

Jasmine has been making rainbows. She tested using different materials to see which one would look the best. Well done Jasmine.

Some really impressive artwork drawn by Layla. Well done!

Some really impressive artwork drawn by Layla. Well done!

Some really impressive artwork drawn by Layla. Well done!

Jaxson has been learning how to back flip 

Alice and Mrs Mitchell have created a poster reminding everyone to wash their hands.

Thank you to Lucy who has shared this picture with us for all the staff at Hunnyhill.

Poppy has made a fantastic Hide & Seek Desert Lift the Flap Book. She made this for children aged 2 years and over to teach them about the animals that you would find in the desert using true facts.
A great idea Poppy- well done!

Poppy has made a fantastic Hide & Seek Desert Lift the Flap Book. She made this for children aged 2 years and over to teach them about the animals that you would find in the desert using true facts.
A great idea Poppy- well done!

Poppy has made a fantastic Hide & Seek Desert Lift the Flap Book. She made this for children aged 2 years and over to teach them about the animals that you would find in the desert using true facts.
A great idea Poppy- well done!

Reece has drawn a picture for the dustmen to say thank you for their hard work. That is a very thoughtful thing to do Reece- well done!

Lucy and Jack have been very busy with their pictures that have been placed in the garden thanking the key workers. 

Well done to Eleanor who has made a poster thanking the NHS.

Jack has filled the windows with rainbows and wanted to start to fill the garden too.
He remembered he had a t-shirt from his rainbow run so he had a go at sewing. He has made a bag to store the peg and he's going to use it as a shaker next week to make lots of noise for the thank you keyworker clap.
What a wonderful and creative idea Jack- well done!

Dougie and Jenny have made a thank you banner for the key workers. They thought very hard about the different key workers. Well done to you both.

Ruben has made an automachine. Well done Ruben!

Jasmine has been learning how to cross stitch. Well done for learning a new skill!

Skye made a video about the history of St. George. Go to our Facebook page to see the full video. Well done Skye.

Jack has enjoyed the hungry caterpillar story. Jack and his family listened to the story and then drew and made their own caterpillar. Very creative Jack- well done!

Jasmine has been busy icing her Dad's Birthday Cake.

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As it is Captain Tom Moore's 100th Birthday today (30/04/2020), Reece decided to research information about Tom Moore. A fantastic piece of work Reece- well done!

Despite the wind and rain, Dougie joined his Mum in cycling 10km to celebrate Colonel Tom's Birthday. Well done for rising to the challenge Dougie!

Jenny also made Dougie a medal for when he completed his challenge.

Merrin has been working extra hard this week in Maths and has been extremely determined to complete 1000 questions on Sumdog for the Isle of Wight Challenge.
Fantastic achievement Merrin- well done!

Jaidan and Esmae made some extra noise for the Thursday Night clap for NHS.
They are also the youngest players in the Wight Diamonds Marching Band and used their cymbals during the clap.
Well done Jaidan and Esmae!

 


Devon has been very busy with experiments and baking with his sister. Well done for all your hard work!

Liam and Daniel have been busy learning how to cook. This week they helped make spaghetti carbonara and lemon cake for their family to enjoy. They had to weigh and measure all the ingredients and cut the vegetables.
Well done to both of you!

Freddie has been doing an experiment with an egg and vinegar to see what would happen when the egg was left In the vinegar for a few days.
He has written up what he saw happen each day.
A great experiment Freddie. Well done for writing down your observations each day.

After seeing the teachers take on the Cup Song, George had a go as well.

Very impressive George- well done!

Poppy made Spaghetti Bolognese for her family under supervision from Mum. Mum has told us It was delicious.
Well done Poppy- it certainly does look delicious.

Lucy has been working on a life size drawing of her body. This is fantastic Lucy-well done!

Evie and Merrin have been busy making window charms and made a little table display outside our house so people could help themselves to them.
Such a lovely idea- well done to you both!

Louis and William have been busy!
To mark the anniversary of VE Day, the boys planned a street party. They made an invite, delivered it and had 100% turnout in their street. All the residents turned out for a shared 2 minute silence and then all joined a shared tea party at 3pm which didn't finish until 7!!
Well done boys!

Freddie and Maisie made a Mason Bee hive for our garden.
Well done to you both.

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