Show & Tell Week 8
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to Show & Tell this week. We love seeing your photo and reading about what you have been doing. Please keep them coming in. The make your name out of ‘Natural’ objects pictures are included in this weeks Show and Tell but submissions for the other challenges can be found on the Children’s Challenge page. If you want to take part in the next Show & Tell, please send photos and/or a sentence or two, to email@example.com by the end of next Saturday.
Click here to see what the children at St Barnabas have been doing this week.
VE Day celebrations and Noah’s Ark challenge.
from Arabella, Camilla and Eleanor
For Mrs Stothard love from
Lucy S x
Bethany is growing caterpillars into butterflies.
Went on a walk round the village.
Layla’s picture of Noahs Arc.
Bethany’s picture of Noahs Arc.
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“Natural Objects” Name Challenge, Noah’s Ark and another busy week by Ella
Please find attached the images we have from this week’s challenge. We also made a Queen Elizabeth I. Elodie has now filled 3 exercise books of maths, English and topic work since we began lockdown.
“I have drawn a picture and made a list of what animals I can think of, would have gone into the ark.”
“Here is my V.E day project – hope that you like it.”
by Freddie HJ
Sophia’s had Snoopy next to her while doing school work. We went on a 6k walk, past some massive glass houses growing strawberries 🍓, yummy. Clapped for Key workers on Thursday, Sophia chose pan and spoon again!
The seeds we planted the other week, are starting to grow. 🌱
Hopefully tomorrow Sophia will take Gwenno out for a hack.
This week we’ve been busy as usual with a few sheep jobs and this weekend have just started shearing. It will take quite a few days to get through them all so we will be doing this for a while.
Philippa feeding 3 pet lambs at once 😃
Counting the birds for a maths project was a bit tricky with the kittens following!
The girls helped make scones even though Beatrice doesn’t like them!
We made soda bread for lunch because we didn’t have any yeast. It was delicious 😋
Philippa helped choose and cut out the fabric for this sleeping bunny
We made a rainbow 🌈
from Beatrice & Philippa
This week they boys have continued to work on our garden… Euan made his first eggs/veg delivery, we explored the area surrounding Kirmington on our bikes, and celebrated the ducks becoming six weeks old and the chicks 5 weeks old. We have also done lots of art work.
From Ayrton, Casper, Ethan, Euan and River.