Category: Home Achievements

Home Achievements w/c 29th June

Wow, this is fantastic Jonny – growing your own crystals during lockdown and they look amazing!

Wow and well done to Oliver – this is a fantastic hotel (it even has a zip wire), made for this week’s Lego challenge.

Home Achievements w/c 15th June 2020

Wow, this is fantastic work – well done Alex and Holly who have enjoyed having caterpillars and watching them transform into butterflies. They’ve done some activities and really enjoyed learning about them!  We let the five butterflies go last week but think some of them have come back to our garden and visited!

A HUGE SHOUT OUT to Eva-Mai 
Another week of fabulous photos!  Eva-Mai has been working so hard at home and mum of course!  Well done, Eva-Mai, for working really hard on your home learning every week.

Harry had noticed blackbirds going into a bush in his garden about 2 weeks ago.  Here is a photo of the result!  Harry is very excited to have got a picture of them before they fledge.  Fantastic to see the chicks in their nest.

Harry had noticed blackbirds going into a bush in his garden about 2 weeks ago.  Here is a photo of the result!  Harry is very excited to have got a picture of them before they fledge.  Fantastic to see the chicks in their nest.

A huge shout out to George for this fantastic piece of work and thank you for allowing us to share it with everyone.

Home Achievements w/c 8th June 2020

Jimmy has just signed his first football contract with Derby County – a very proud moment for Jimmy and his family.  What an amazing achievement and we are really excited to hear all about it when he’s next in school.

Well done, Harry, for completing this week’s Lego challenge.

Well done, Oliver, we love your display for the NHS Heroes and saying thank you to all the key workers.  

Well done, Mia – your transportation project is brilliant – you’ve worked really hard at home.

Wow, Mia, you have been really busy at home – your Royal research project is fantastic.

Home Achievements w/c 25th May 2020

Maddy is excited to share news on the eggs they were incubating……they have had 7 chicks!  Maddy is now  incubating quail eggs!!! 

Wow, Olivia we are really impressed with your Volcano.  This is a fantastic piece of work – well done.  Brilliant research to make sure that the eruption mix you used provided the most effective result.  Mum says you worked really hard and waited patiently to get all the ingredients you need – white vinegar, water, washing up liquid, bicarbonate of soda and a few drops of food colouring – the result was well worth the wait.  Well done, Olivia

Fantastic work, Evelyn – you have obviously spent a lot of time working on your comic strip!  The comic strip is based on a book called A Sloth Called Bob.

Evelyn has also learnt how to subtract using place value!! She is very proud!!  And understandably so, well done Evelyn – you are a super star 😊

Home Achievements w/c 18th May 2020

Jack has made good use of the scrap paper we gave him – he’s made a snow scene to play with all his ski resort Lego.  Well done, Jack – it looks fantastic. 🙂

Alex and Holly have been really busy with their home learning.  Alex has really enjoyed doing some Maths times tables.  He’s been literally skip counting on the trampoline.  Holly has joined in also.  Holly has learned to hula hoop!  They’ve also grown a fairy garden and it’s extremely overgrown now!  

Wow, Esmae, the chalk drawings and games you’ve drawn on the footpath look amazing.  You will have great fun playing with those. 

An update on what Maddy has been up to….Maddy has risen to the challenge of creating a maths board game!!! She has also used fabric paints to design her own t-shirt and done some great rock painting!! She has created some lovely deserts and we’ve seen some wonderful sights while out walking.   Fantastic to see you have been so busy, Maddie, well done.

Well done to Eva-Mai who has been really busy doing Mrs Walsh’s home learning/planned activities.  Really fantastic that you are keeping busy and keeping on top of your school work. 😊

Esmae is doing live story readings every day for younger children – what a fantastic thing to be doing to help others.  Well done, Esmae 😊

“Jurassic-Bite” – A Dinosaur-Fairy Tale written by Finn

Well done to the actors – Finn, Aoife and Aine : fantastic acting.

Home Achievements wc 11th May

Fab work Sidney – you’ve been really busy with your home learning and we really love your Hansel & Gretel Sweetie House.

Wow, Shannon definitely looks the part and is obviously enjoying carrying out different science experiments at home.

Eva-Mai has been really busy at home doing the activities Mrs Walsh has been sending out to her class – well done Eva-Mai for working so hard at home 🙂

This week Maddy has put some bantum eggs in an incubator so we should have some chicks in a few weeks, she has also become a snail whisperer and made her own habitat which she has 5 snails in!! She has done a lovely topic project on habitats aswell. 

Home Achievements wc 4th May

Thank you, Kaiden, for sharing photos of the absolutely amazing hot air balloon that you’ve made from paper mache.  It looks brilliant and must have taken a lot of hard work and time.  Super work

A huge shout out to Evelyn, who has been doing some amazing maths work, planting sunflower and Chinese lantern seeds.
She has also created an amazing rainbow for the boat!  It looks fantastic – well done Evelyn

Evelyn also walked 4 miles to Tesco and back for a beavers challenge!  A fantastic achievement, well done.

A shout out to Archie and Evie, who have been making rainbow flowers out of tissue paper to hang in their windows.  They are absolutely beautiful…

Hats off to Bebe who is making her own video – looks great fun.  Well done, Bebe.

A massive shout out to Oliver – he has finished his Wallie recycling model and it looks absolutely amazing. Well done, Oliver, you have worked really hard and the finished product is brilliant.

Harry is in his element.  Having discovered that one of their lambs had broken its back leg and is now in a splint he is now being given a bottle as he can’t push passed his brother and sister to feed.  Well done Harry for doing your bit to help.

Home Achievements wc 27th April

A huge shout out to Oliver for sharing his work in progress photo.  Oliver is making Wallie from boxes and pop bottles.  He is in the process of covering the model in paper mache before he paints it.  We can wait to see the finished model.  

Bebe has been really busy making her Giraffe 🦒 and Horse 🐴 island 🌴 .  Wow, it looks fantastic.

Wow, Evelyn has been really busy!  A week where she has learnt to crochet, baked some brownies, made cress eggheads and a paper aeroplane airport!  She also been busy with Oak National Academy which has been so much fun where the whole family has loved learning about the Shang Dynasty!

George and Harry were so happy to see Mrs Barnes and Mrs Orme – but well practiced in remembering their social distancing!

Mrs Barnes and Mrs Orme went out to chat to children and their families today – one very welcoming banner in one street😊

Well done to Elise who is having a go at cross stitch today, she says she loves doing this.

We absolutely love Finn’s version of the island challenge.  Well done, Finn.

Finn, Aine and Aoife also spent the weekend camping with their mum and dad, toasting marshmallows and learning about camp fires.  Wow, this sounds so exciting and a brilliant idea – going camping in your garden, how good is that 😊

Here’s a Beanstalk Holly made over the weekend (she woke Mum up early to do this on Sunday morning!!) and her story she read tonight!   Well done, Holly, you are a super star 😊

It was fantastic to hear that Eva-Mai loves the Jack and the Beanstalk story and was really excited to make her own bean stalk – it looks absolutely fantastic.  Well done, Eva-Mai.

Eva-Mai has also drawn around family members’ feet and talked about sizes and then she put them in order.

Well done to Bradley who has been making a pasta necklace and practicing his fine motor activities at home.

Eva-Mai has been really busy making an Easter bonnet and gardening, learning the alphabet and letters, identifying letters in words and all about shapes.  They have also been doing lots of counting when out walking and finding shapes around the home and garden.  Well done, Eva-Mai.

A big shout out to William who has been really busy at home – he made his Easter bonnet (looks fantastic), he’s done lots of planting and mum has bought some caterpillars!  William is really enjoying watching them slowly transform into butterflies. William says he is really missing school, his teachers and friends. 😊

HC are missing everyone too. 😊

Well done to Elise who has made her own toy box today using decoupage – it looks absolutely beautiful and something which will be treasured and used over the years; and she has been identifying different wild flowers on their walks.

A massive shout out to Spencer who has made a fantastic beanstalk!  Looks amazing – well done, Spencer.

It is fantastic to see that Bebe has a new hobby!  She certainly looks the part – well done, Bebe, for trying something new.

Home Achievements wc 20th April

A huge shout out to Maddy, who has done a wonderful animal project this week on an animal of her choice….a spotted hyena!!!  Fantastic work, Maddy – your project looks amazing.

Aaaw, how cute – thank you Bebe for introducing us to your new friend Crystal 🌈

A huge shout out to Lillia, who has learnt to ride her bike without stabilisers.  Fantastic achievement and well done from everyone at HC.

Wow, and well done to Oliver – his NHS poem is absolutely fantastic.

Well done to Mia on completing her Easter project – hope everyone agrees that it looks absolutely fantastic.

Wow, we love Bebe’s den : very creative and cosy.

Lovely to see George helping at home – cooking his own breakfast – and with his acrostic poem 🙂

It was lovely to hear that Harry has been busy outside this Easter!  He has been helping with lambing and also planted loads of seeds in the garden.

Shannon and Keeley’s stone paintings ready to be hidden on their canal walk – don’t they look fantastic?

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