Mrs Fretwell and Miss Goodman's class have had a go at recreating the Last Supper scene! Can you tell who is Jesus and who is Judas?
Harrison had great fun arranging his own version of The Last Supper at home.
Here is Maisie's version of the Last Supper!
Ali has used Minecraft to recreate the Last Supper.
Isaac has got his dog involved in his recreation of the Last Supper!
Here is Tilly's version of the Last Supper - one of the disciples is so shocked that they have fainted!
Freya has made some amazing props for her version of the Last Supper.
Here is Charlie G's Jurassic version of the Last Supper!
Water Cycles from home
Here is Evie O's wonderful water cycle!
Freya has done a brilliant job too!
Matilda has taken such care in creating her water cycle!
Tilly's use of colours make her water cycle really eye catching!
Dress To Express
Children's Mental Health Week 2021
Moli - "I like the colour blue and I like to be cosy."
Isobel - "Because this is a cosy outfit and hoodies are my favourite clothes."
Poppy - "My favourite colour is blue and I like to be over the top with my clothes."
Aaron - "Because I feel happy when I wear this top."
Tessza - "I chose it because It's special to me because I got it for Christmas and it has my name on it."
Toby - "I chose this outfit because I really like cows and these are the clothes I wear to the yard."
Vika - "I chose it because I like the butterfly and it makes me feel happy."
Iruoma - "I like the colours grey and pink and I like wearing this outfit on walks."
Evie D - " I like this jumper as I got it for Christmas and the dungarees are special because I got them from my Nanny who I hardly get to see."
Polly - "My Grandma made this jumper so it's special. It's nice and warm and big."
Max - "I chose this because it represents me like Pikachu, I am cute and I have an electric charge."
Lola - "I chose it because I felt cheerful and happy this morning and this is a happy outfit."
Evie O chose her outfit very carefully and decided on a colourful outfit that also sparkled and of course had butterfly wings!
Matilda was feeling bright and positive when she chose her outfit.
We chose our outfits because they are comfortable, fun, our favourite colours, our favourite sports and most of all because they make us happy!
Here are some of your Goblins comic strips from home. Thank you for all your hard work!
Check out Freya's amazing Goblins comic strip - super job!
Matilda has taken such care in her illustrations for her Goblins comic strip!
Take a look at Charlie G's amazing Goblins comic strip...
...He's worked really hard on it this week!
Joshua has done a fantastic job writing his comic strip!
Look at the amazing details on Rory's comic strip!
Tilly has worked really hard this week on her comic strip...
...the scary looking troll is brilliantly drawn!
Well done Vilte, great effort!
Some of your warm and cool colour pictures from home...
Freya has created a really effective warm and cool colours picture. The black background works really well.
Charlie S has done a fantastic job at his warm and cool colours art task.
Fantastic job, Tilly! Love the googly eyes!
Joshua has created a wonderful warm and cool colours picture.
Super art work Charlie G!
Hania has taken such care in the detail of her art.
Sophie has created a mosaic effect for her art work this week. Looks great!
Rory's warm and cool colours are really effective.
Charlie M has chosen a topic he loves - dinosaurs! Super work!
Ali used an app called Fresh Paint to create his art work - well done!
Here is Evie O's cold picture...
And Evie O's warm picture. Super work!
Your colouring is fantastic Harrison!
Isaac has created this stunning piece of art work at home!
Here is Jasper's cool colour picture...
and Jasper's warm colour picture. Super!
This is a great picture, Olivia!
Really good use of different colours, Bethan.
Elizabeth looks super proud of her art work - so you should be!
Lovely art work, Yasmeen!
Lines of symmetry
Here are some of the symmetrical patterns that we created at school.
In Mrs Fretwell and Miss Goodman's class we've been inspired by the character descriptions of the goblins from our class novel and used our imagination to draw what we think The Hatchery would look like and the goblins themselves!
Mrs Fretwell and Miss Goodman's class have created some fantastic pieces of art inspired by the poem 'In Flanders Fields' by John McCrae.
Roman Day 2020
We have all had a brilliant day. Thank you to all the parents and children for the super costumes, we've seen gladiators, soldiers, slaves, royalty and more. We started our day with a virtual visit from a Roman solider, a huge thank you to Ely Museum for arranging this for us. We have done lots of Roman themed activities and even tried some traditional Roman food - sausages, olives, honey cake and bread. Unfortunately our Olympics were rained off but we still had lots of fun despite the weather.
Please have a look through our photos from the day.
In Art we have been exploring different drawing techniques to create our starburst pictures. The children worked so hard and they were very pleased with the results! Well done!
We have been discussing Ely and local landmarks, shops, areas and people and thinking about what Ely means to us. The children had fun making lots of different shapes and objects out of clay before deciding on their final sculptures. Watch this space for photos of the finished pieces! Details will follow about the local exhibition where all the sculptures will be displayed.
It has been a successful first day! The children were excited to see one another this morning and they have settled well. There may be a few tired people (particularly amongst the teachers!) so we recommend early nights all round!
Monday 7th September 2020
Just in case you are checking the website for a few, last-minute updates, here are some top tips for the first day of school. First of all, do not worry about anything - we are here to help you settle in. Secondly, if you are getting your (small) bag ready, here is a list of what to put in it...
fruit snack (if you would like one)
packed lunch (if required)
No, thank you
We will be standing at the classroom doors tomorrow morning to welcome the children. We could not be more excited to meet our new classes!
Not long to go now! We are busy planning for the first day back - it will be a gentle start with lots of activities designed to help us get to know each other. Your Year 3 teachers have told us lots of lovely things about you so we can't wait to meet you all!
We hope you have found some time to create a poster, booklet or PowerPoint about yourself. We are looking forward to finding out about your family, your hobbies, your thoughts about Lockdown and learning at home, what you have done over the summer, your favourite book, game or film...
If you haven't had the chance to look at our Year 4 PowerPoint, please click on the link below.
The Year 4 Team
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