Oren has been quick off the mark, finding an extreme reading place to finish Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in peace! Ssssshhhhh, don't tell the anyone how it ends!
Sebastian has been hard at work in the hot seat! He has been answering some questions in the character of Veruca Salt about her visit to the Chocolate factory.
Oren has also written a his own diary entry sharing his thoughts about Covid-19. A very insightful piece - well done!
World book day
James has been busy at home the last few months making his rather impressive Achilles costume for World Book Day. It is all completely handmade (apart from the helmet)!
James describes how he made it "The shield is made out of a bin lid on some plywood. The 'V' is made out of cardboard and is painted red. The shin protectors are my old football shin pads painted gold. The armour is made out of pretend leather. We used a real live sewing machine for it and we used tailors chalk to mark out the armour before we cut the leather."
I can't wait to see the real thing, but in the meantime check out the pictures.
Oren has also been busy practising his handwriting - focusing on those tricky p's. Beautiful handwriting Oren! Keep it up.
Seb has been enjoying the sunshine while taking stock of the wildlife in and around his garden. He has created a whole host of interesting graphs to show his findings!
Ready, Steady Cook
Barnaby has been busy in the kitchen making a delicious lemon drizzle cake for his Dad's birthday.
Oren has not only solved the Maths Challenge but has also passed the Miss Coleman proof test! I'm not giving the game away just yet by showing you his answer....but here is a clue about how he proved it.
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