We’re delighted that Winterfold Storytime is being enjoyed by so many children, from the Winterfold community and beyond. Mr Mitchell, who came up with the idea, Louis M and the Phillips family were interviewed by Malcolm Boydon, BBC H & W on his ‘Make a Difference – Helping Other People’ slot due to the happiness and reassurance it has brought children during lockdown. We also got a mention on BBC News Online for H & W. There have been nine episodes so far, which can be found on Winterfold’s YouTube channel. Who will make the next guest appearance?
Month: May 2020
Reception pupil Eddy is really proud of his soda bread which he was inspired to bake, following Mrs Thackery’s lesson via Seesaw all about Ireland.
In English, Year 5 have demonstrated their knowledge of Philip Pullman’s Clockwork by creating board games based on the novel. They have really enjoyed playing their creations.
In CDT, pupils have been designing and making their own board games. This is a great example from Will P – well done.
Our pupils are enjoying their Games lessons at home. Harriet is improving her cricket skills.
Following Year 2’s Colour and Texture lesson in Art on Monday, Florence has painted a beautiful interpretation of Monet’s Garden. Well done!
Handprint artwork by our Winterfold families and some lovely messages of unity.
During Monday’s Form Time, 4L enjoyed sharing their baby photos with each other. It was a sweet moment that brought a big smile to the children’s faces.
Our pupils have had a lovely day celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day with their friends and teachers in their virtual classrooms, having made their own cakes and decorations at home. Inspired by Mrs Toms’ VE Day assembly, pupils have shown their artistic talent by making their own peace gardens.
Togetherness and unity are always at the forefront of our minds, so we love how our keyworker children and staff from Winterfold and Bromsgrove have worked together on this giant handprint mural.