Posted: 18th January 2021

The Prep staff have been so proud of all their students in the first two weeks of the Spring Term. Although the majority are remote learning due to current lockdown measures, all of the pupils have shown fantastic resilience and have been busy taking part in lessons and activities.

Below are just a handful of examples of what some of the pupils have been up to. 

Reception Class have been creating African masks in their Music lessons. Aiden decided to make a rather scary African monster!
The Pre-Prep pupils used natural materials to write their names in Forest School, as demonstrated by Annabelle in Year 1.
Year 1 and 2 have been making papier mâché bowls, using scrap fabric or card.
Our wonderful selection of virtual activities began, with every member of staff running something for the pupils. This garland was created by Mia, Year 3, following her inspiration in Textiles Club.
Year 4MT have been working on their knife skills in Cookery, and Rafa used these to prepare this delicious salad for lunch.
Whilst Year 4AL have been learning to weave with paper in their DT lessons. 
Year 5 have been keeping physically active, taking part in burpee challenges, and doing the daily Joe Wicks workout.
In their Spanish lessons, Year 5 had to complete a scavenger hunt, which William managed in just over 4 minutes – great fun!
Year 6 have also been flying the flag for the importance of physical activity in lockdown. Max found all the necessary items on the village hunt during Running Club, and Charlie O got very muddy on a long run with his sister. 
Year 6 created these mesmerising, three-dimensional flexagons in their Design Technology lesson; the ultimate anti-stress toy!

 

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