Year 3 have been busy yet again doing some fantastic home learning this week.
Kesania – Amazing artwork you have produced! Well done.
Frank – Superb English work! A wonderful description you have written.
Living by the sea, we all know that keeping our coastlines clear and safe for everyone to is really important.
Some of our CJS pupils and their siblings in CIS have produced a video reminding everyone that we should ‘leave only footprints.’
Well done Archie – I just love your choice of emotions for the ‘Grey man’!
Barney – Love the finished story. Such great description!
Jacob – What a great Snow Leopard – love all the spots and I like your reasons – spot on!
Emily’s wonderful Robot story…. An absolutely lovely read!
Freya has been busy researching the Amazon rainforest and the New Forest, investigating similarities and differences between them. Brilliant work which is so well–presented! Well done.
Kesania has been busy getting on with her Maths work, story writing and designing and creating a wonderful pop up summer garden! Superb! Well done.
Isobel has been busy planning and writing a fantastic vivid description! Great work Isobel! Well done.
Barney – Fantastic racoon labelling here. Well done!
Beth – What fantastic packaging design and fabulous looking flapjack!
This week, I have been wowed by the very inventive and creative creatures you have been designing – Evelyn sent in her colourful Caticorn, whilst Charlie has invented the Spikeodofersauros which has all manner of unusual traits! Well done!
Meanwhile, I have also read and found out all about the different species on our planet, such as the Panda, Tree top Lizards – which I didn’t even know existed, sloths and deer’s. Brilliant reports – Well done!
Holly – What a fantastic bit of learning Holly. This folder is amazing! – Really pleased to see you getting on with telling the time.
Fantastic animal reports! Superb presentation and fascinating facts. Brilliant work!
Our Year 6’s have written some fantastic poems inspired by Kit Wright’s poem ‘The Magic Box’
Well done to Charlotte for her amazing piece of natural art inspired by artist Andy Goldsworthy. We’re glad you enjoyed this week’s art lessons Charlotte.
This week, we’ve enjoyed reading and listening to all of your performance poetry. Well done to Freya and Sonny who poems are featured below.
Well done to our PAP 1 children have also been busy performing Roger Stevens’ poem ‘Louder’
Alana – What fabulous learning! I love the cupcake packaging design and making!
Barney – The new face of: MacDaddy’s – Some great design packaging and tasty menu!
Fantastic manatee reports. Brilliant learning!:
Jacob and Sean – Well done both of you on your magnet work!
Freya has produced a superb sloth report with fascinating facts! A pleasure to read. Well done!
Mason has been busy getting on with his Maths, using ‘they’re, there and their’ correctly and writing his creative, wonderful teddy story. I really enjoyed reading this. Great work Mason! I like how you included pictures too.
Frank has been busy researching the Amazon River, manatees and magnets. As a result, he has created a brilliant Manatee report and an eye catching and informative poster about ‘Marvellous Magnets!’ I thoroughly enjoyed reading these. Well done!
Isobel has been busy producing fantastic reports titled, ‘The Amazonian Manatee’ and ‘Super Sloths!’ I have thoroughly enjoyed reading these reports which are both full of superb facts and presented so well! Well done.
Heidi has also been busy making a wonderful booklet on manatees for her report which I have thoroughly enjoyed reading. Great facts. Thank you Heidi!
Henry has written and presented a fantastic, creative and colourful fact file on sloths that I thoroughly enjoyed reading! I particularly love your fab drawling of a sloth Henry! Excellent work.
Kesania has been busy getting on with her Maths, French, learning about magnets, Hinduism, writing stories and creating brilliant reports on manatees and sloths! Her 3D Art – Leaning Tower of Pisa particularly caught my eye. Well done!
Amelia has also been getting on with her Maths and writing a fabulous report on the three toed sloth which was a pleasure to read! Thank you for your wonderful posters for the Year 2 prospectus. Your presentation on all are fantastic! Great work.
Cameron has been busy creating some oil paintings. Inspired by watching Bob Ross’ Joy of Painting on BBC4 Cameron has tried Bob’s wet on wet technique using various brush types.
Well done Cameron, what an impressive piece of art! I especially like the wispiness of the clouds and the level of texture on the trees.
Emily – A huge well done for these beautifully composed learning pieces. I particularly liked your letter – so informative!
Freya has created an amazing, eye – catching poster showing the CJS uniform for our Year 2 prospectus. Great work!
Kesania has been busy getting on with her Maths, English, French, learning about magnets and climate zones on Earth! Well done!
Mason has been busy writing imaginative stories, getting on with his Maths and has created a lovely comic book! Well done.
Frank has been busy carrying out the tornado in a bottle Science experiment, learning about parables, and producing fantastic fact files! Thank you for your wonderful posters about CJS for the Year 2 prospectus Frank. Well done!
Sean has been busy designing sculptures, writing to year 2, creating fact files and this is just a small example of everything that I’ve seen! Well done!
Samuel and Luc have been kept very busy but I think these photos made me smile the most! See if you can spot them!
We’ve got a fantastic bundle of learning from Alana – but the PPT particularly caught my eye!
Jacob has been calculating some great maths calculations! Fantastic! We also loved the recipe. It was just a shame we didn’t see the Christchurch Cornflake Crunchies before you ate them!
Harry – What a fantastic poster for the Year 2’s to receive and I was fascinated by your PPT of the Valley of the Kings!
Charlie – Just loved all the variety of learning here! Fantastic!
Owen – What a great book review and piece of sculpture (inspired by Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’) Thank you for sharing!
Thank you to Evelyn and Elliot for your lovely letters with some very useful for Year 2. Well done!
Mason has been busy getting on with his Maths and creating a super Year 2 prospectus. Well done!
Kesania has been busy getting on with her Maths, French, creating a fab Year 2 prospectus and learning about Modern Art and parables. A brilliant sculpture! Great work.
Jack has also been busy getting on with his Maths, Reading, learning about parables, oceans and continents as well as writing a wonderful letter to welcome Year 2! Well done Jack.
Isobel has also been busy with her Maths, writing a wonderful letter to welcome Year 2 and creating an excellent, informative and eye – catching fact file on the Valley of the Kings. Well done Isobel!
Frank – I thoroughly enjoyed reading your thoughtful letter to welcome Year 2 as well as reading your fantastic and so well – presented write up of your Science investigation, ‘Looking after our teeth.’ A great pet bed design too! Well done.
Heidi – Thank you for sharing your brilliant worksheets you have kindly created for your sisters. Well done!
Vanessa – A great setting description! Thank you for sharing this.
Henry – An excellent fact file you have written to share with Year 2 about the topics in Year 3. Well done!
Lewis – Loved reading your informative and superb guide to Christchurch as well as your wonderful and thoughtful letter welcoming Year 2 to CJS! Great work!
Thank you to Bowen, Elle, Jim and Jonah for sending through their brilliant work for the Year 2 prospectus.