The children in Lusty Glaze have continued to do a fantastic job at home this week and the work I have received has been amazing!
Continuing on with our WW1 topic this week the children were asked to explore the trenches and find out what they were like, the role of a soldier and any difficulties they faced. They were then tasked with drawing or creating a diagram of a trench.
These are a few that were sent through.
Fantastic effort and enthusiasm everyone! Thank you for all your hard work.
I firstly want to begin by saying a big well done and thank you for everyones hard work and dedication. The children and parents have done amazingly well adapting back into another lockdown.
On Friday we had our very first 'Friends Friday' on Teams and it was lovely to see each other and have a chat!
Keep going Lusty Glaze, you are doing brilliantly!
This week we have had lots of Christmas fun on our last week of school.
On Wednesday we made our own Christmas hats to wear for our Christmas lunch, making our Christingles ready for our online service and working hard on our Christmas stocking makes which will look amazing on our Christmas trees.
Merry Christmas everyone!!
This week in Literacy we watched a short video called the 'Greatest Gift'. From this video and a discussion as a whole class we believe that the greatest gift you can give at Christmas is yourself and love. From here we talking about people who may not be able to spend Christmas with their loved ones and doctors and nurses were brought up a lot. Therefore, we decided to create Christmas cards to send to Derriford hospital to thank everyone for their hard work this year and to wish them a very Merry Christmas!
Our dragon eyes finally dried and we were able to give them some colour.
In our African drumming lessons - we now understand tone and bass and how to play both as well as being able to keep the beat really well when playing together as a whole class.
This week the children have been super busy creating their dragon eyes out of clay. Don't they look amazing!
In Science this term the children are learning about Forces and Magnets. Linking to our Viking topic the children tested their mini made Viking Longships, out of Pringle tubes, to test whether they moved faster on wood, toweling or tin foil.
What a busy week we have had! Sketching/drawing our dragons eyes, creating paper Poppy makes for Remembrance Day, our first African drumming lesson and Pudsey bingo for Children in Need.
(The dragon eyes will be added during the week)
Over this half of term, dragons will be our main theme for lessons, as well as continuing to look at the Vikings.
In Literacy this week, we have been looking at poetry and on Friday Lusty Glaze created 2 poems in 2 collaborative groups.
This week we designed our own Viking shields.
We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
All Bridge Schools are now closed. Delaware will provide a 'Hub service' for Gunnislake children who are children of key workers and vulnerable groups.
© 2021 Bridge Schools trust is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Registration number 7736425. It is an exempt charity.