Group 3.2 had lots of fun painting bottles. Robert painted his favourite character Sonic, Josh painted a rainbow one for the NHS and the month of June, Martin is looking foward to the seaside trip at Belvue so painted the beach and Arkan made his into the Premier League trophy.
The creativity continues at home….
Our wonderful students are continuing to be creative at home by following Miss G and Miss O’Reilly’s home learning video’s to create lots of different textile products. Here you can see students practicing their sewing and embroidery skills as well as tie-dying and making macramé feathers. AMAZING!!
We used laser cut shapes and chose our favourite colours of paint and wool to make weave and assemble our own dreamcatchers. Things are very different at the moment and some of us are feeling a bit unsettled so we wanted to make a dreamcatcher that can help us manage how we feel. Most importantly we wanted to make sure that we capture all our happy thoughts and dreams - we know are new dreamcatchers will keep them thoughts safe for us!!
Big shout out from Food Tech.....
If you are helping out in the kitchen at home or cooking meals yourself, please send us a picture to enter our Home Chef of the Week Challenge!
Home Chef Winner.....
For the second week running our home chef is Malcolm who made those amazing looking chocolate cakes. Well done! Our third winner is Sharon who sent this lovely pic of her baking with her mum. So impressed!
In the half term holiday club some pupils wrote poetry about lockdown and other students made 'thank you' to the NHS hand prints.