Mrs Price and her violin pupils have enjoyed joining together virtually to play City Lights – now on our YouTube channel.
Month: May 2020
To thank our frontline NHS staff and keyworkers, Mr Tattam and his clarinettists have produced a lovely version of Somewhere Over the Rainbow which can be found on our YouTube channel.
Isla C and Matilda N have participated in a lockdown challenge on behalf of Ryland Netball, where England International Stacey Francis learned her trade.
Great handprint artwork by Rebecca N and family. “The greatest legacy we can leave our children is happy memories”.
Year 4 have had some excellent science lessons this week, investigating soundproofing.
In their Drama lesson this week, Year 3 have been performing together in a group, even though they are apart. They have enjoyed performing their self-penned fairy tale scripts and even brought their own props.
In Art, Year 7 have made some lovely studies of the plant sculptures by artist Raku Inoue. We’ve seen some observational studies and sculptures from leaves, petals and twigs. Year 6 have made a super start to their clown fish studies, based on the art of Lucy Arnold. There are some very careful observations and we can’t wait to see them in colour.
During PSHE assembly this week, pupils were lucky enough to have a tour of our much loved school by Mr Mitchell. It was lovely to see the beautiful grounds again and all of the pupils agreed that they’re looking forward to the time when they can be together once again.
In Form Time on Wednesday 20th May, Year 4 pupils were treated to a very relaxing Zoom yoga session with yoga teacher, Mrs Copson. Yoga provides many benefits to children, enhancing their flexibility, strength and coordination, whilst improving concentration, calmness and relaxation.
Winterfold Music has launched a series of enrichment activities for all to enjoy. The 2020 Lockdown Sessions will feature masterclasses, workshops, virtual concerts and more. Visit our YouTube channel for more details.