Thank you again to all those children who have been sending me their pictures and poems, and I’d like to pass on how impressed the staff are by the efforts of our children with their home learning tasks. Keep it up, we’re proud of you! Here’s our latest collection of what you’ve all been up to!
Green grass moving in the wind,
Crunchy green cucumber as I bite.
Crispy green leaf as we walk by,
Shiny green pencil rubbing on the paper,
Comfy green blanket I take to bed.
Bobby (Year 4)
You are the wind in my sails,
My quiet summer sea,
My stopper knot on the rigging
When I am with you I feel like I could face
A thousand stormy seas,
One million sharks.
I am a drifting oar,
A dislodged anchor,
Flotsam and jetsam on the surf
But when you are here
The decks are shiny
All storms have disappeared
You are the wind in my sails.
Emma (Year 5)8
You are my sunny day,
My tuna loving feline.
When I am with you I feel like….
A million sunbeams,
A hundred catnip plants,
A purr of content.
Without you I would be…
An empty sachet of sheba cat food.
A cloud over a warm ray
A hiss and a scratch.
But when you are here…
I have unlimited chicken
Ten deep rumbling purrs of delight
Soft, black, silky fur.
Emma (Year 5)
Excitement is when my Elf on the shelf comes
Is going back to school once the coronavirus has ended
Doing my first comedian act
Getting and finishing a new Lego set
Beginning a new history project
Hearing a secret
Sausages cooking on a barbeque
Watching Santa reading my Christmas letter
The first bite of a Simmons chocolate éclair
The feeling when I score a goal in hockey and save a goal in football.
Chloe (Year 4)
Amber is leaves falling from the autumn trees,
A cat’s glowing eyes in the shadows,
Maple syrup running down the edge of my plate,
A blazing fire burning log after log,
The sun on the hottest day of year,
The feeling of walking back into your house on a cold winter day,
A whiff of the freshly baked gingerbread,
The sound of crispy fluttering leaves in the breeze,
A mouthful of a fluffy pancake covered in honey,
The sight of a woodland fox’s ruffled fur against the gentle wind.
Jodie (Year 6)