Show & Tell Week 9
Thank you to everyone who has sent Show and Tell items in this week and although next week is half-term, you can still send things in for Show & Tell if you want to. There was a good response to the Handwriting Competition this week and these can be viewed 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.
Megan enjoyed drawing and painting her Noah’s ark. Megan was able to read the story from the bible herself too.
Megan likes doing her daily yoga class.
Sophia‘s Ark – please tell Mrs Stothard it’s still a work in progress!
There is also a base and back drop! Hope finished next week or the week after!
Hope you’re all staying safe! Or Alert….
The first butterfly emerged on Tuesday.
Layla wrote a letter to Miss Somerscales.
We have 5 butterflies now that we are going to release on Saturday.
Enjoying the sun in the paddling pool.
Love Betty, Layla and Freddy x
We already have a happy jar and have done for a few years. We took this opportunity to have a read through some of our happy memories, some were recent and some were very obviously from a little while ago like when we went to the Osmotherley agriculture show. We enjoyed remembering those happy memories. Here is a collection of a few of them with our jar that we keep them in.
from Beatrice & Philippa
from Arabella, Camilla & Eleanor
Isabelle has had a busy week being outside, using tree cuttings to build a little wall for her treehouse in the pub garden, and she has been reading to grandma over FaceTime!
Sophia has been doing school work! I’m pleased it’s half term🤣! We’ve been to the beach, both played in the sea, found interesting items washed up including star fish and a dog fish.
Henry and Sophia both built a sand Castle! They’ve both spent time in the pool and we attempted a bike ride but Henry got a puncture! But we bought a bird house on the way home as someone we know had some out for sale. Now to get daddy up the ladder.
Hello everybody it’s me Spencer Bear.
I hope you are all well and fighting fit like me. After reading the newspaper headline I decided that it was time I started to get a few jobs done for myself, so firstly, I set about knitting a new scarf ready for the colder days. I’m delighted with it and I think I might ask if I could join the knit and Knatter club at school and show Mrs Lissiak and Mrs Pollard my knitting skills. Then I made some bread buns for dinner which were delicious. Mrs Pratt would be proud of me! The biggest highlight of my week was going out for the first time in weeks. I’ve had an exciting trip to Morrison’s Click & Collect. I had to tell them I had arrived on my phone then a friendly man came and brought my shopping out. When I got home I had to check my order (reading again Mrs Murray!) and tick them off the list. As you can see I got my 2 essential items! After cleaning everything down and putting things into the cupboards I had a well earned cuppa!
Lots of Love
We have had a busy week this week, we have begun to work on our environmental project, Casper managed to draw the world and all the children totally by himself. We have begun to write letters to our school friends to post and Ethan has also made a new friend in the village writing him a welcome to the village letter. A new chicken friend called Karen has come to stay with us, she follows the boys everywhere and likes to make mud pies with them 😁. We have taken all the old slate off our roof and watched as the new roof tiles have been delivered, the boys helped move the old slate to be recycled in our garden and with supervision had an excellent time breaking it all into little pieces to decorate the garden with. We have been on a bike ride to explore the old bunkers down Habrough Lane. And we also finally managed to get to Limber Woods to take our yearly photo to see just how much they have all grown! We were worried we would never be able to take one this year. Ayrton’s ducks are now able to live in theIR pond with the other ducks.
from Ayrton, Casper, Ethan, Euan & River.