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Cropwell Bishop Primary School

Cropwell Bishop Primary School

Keeping in Touch

It would be lovely to see how the children are getting on with their Home Learning tasks, and a way for us all to keep in touch, if you want to include a short explanation all the better. However, it is the schools policy not to include names with photos on the website and so if you wish us to please add you permission on the email.

Photos and captions can be sent to julie.thorpe@cropwellbishop.notts.sch.uk

Week Commencing 18th May 2020

Friday

The children in school today made buildings which we put together to make a village. Some of the children designed and made their own building, while others made houses and cottages from a stencil.

Week Commencing 11th May 2020

I have just finished writing this poem about the magic box. I really enjoyed writing it :)
I hope you enjoy it!
Florence x

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All the staff at Cropwell Bishop Primary School are missing you, watch the video to find out how much!

 

 

Week Commencing 4th May 2020

Tuesday

This week, the children in school have been finding out about VE Day and the Second World War. They have made Anderson Shelters, medals, invitations to our Street Party, poppies ...

    

... and aeroplanes which they then flew in the hall. The children also took part in an assault course. 

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Sophie's picture is now on display in the entrance to the recently converted Excel conference centre, bringing some cheer to patients and staff alike along with the other winners of The Sun art competition.

Sophie's picture is on the top row, 3rd from the left.

Monday

Willow Boon has been working hard this morning and has created a wonderful sun safe poster.

She has also looked at different style of artists and she settled on creating a piece of work in the style of Andy Warhol! You can view her creation by clicking on the attachment below.

Matthew Hall has been busy researching the VE Day to do some work for our VE Day competition, he has even dressed up in red, white and blue for his photograph.

Well Done Matthew!

Tegan has been growing some grass seed at home, it's great to plant seeds and watch them grow.

Well done Tegan!

Week Commencing 27th April 2020

Friday

The children in school today have created a fun way to stay 2 metres apart, they have made Peter 2-Metre a giant octopus.

 

Willow has made a Roman Shield as part of her Home Learning grid, complete with Pegasus, the son of Neptune, God of the seas/Willow's favourite teddy! 

Thursday

Released today: a free information book explaining the coronavirus to children,

illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.

Click here for the link

or open as a PDF below

George Buckley has written this wonderful poem to celebrate the fantastic work the NHS are doing during this very difficult time.

Well Done George!

Week Commencing 20th April 2020

The children in school on Friday painted beautiful bright pictures to send to Belvoir Vale Care Home

to help cheer up their residents while they can't have any visitors.

They also made Birthday Cards which we sent to Captain Tom Moore who will be celebrating his 100th Birthday on Thursday 30th April 2020. Captain Moore has walked over 100 laps of his garden, raising over £29,000,000 and also getting to Number One in the charts with his record 'You'll never walk alone' which he sang with Michael Ball. We were all amazed at his fantastic achievements and wanted to send him Birthday Cards to mark such a momentous occasion.

 

    

Charlie has done two of his topics set from the menu, he has made a Roman Shield and also written a letter to my best friend Tyler.

A Newspaper Report written by Felix Boon

Coronavirus Crackers with Pro Commentary, garden football!

21/4/20 by Felix Boon
           During Lockdown, children from Stoke are sharing their garden football videos for BBC Stoke to add commentary.
           Port Vale Community trust encouraged the children of their area to send in football videos from their garden. All of the videos were sent to BBC Radio Stoke and given to the Stoke football commentator Phil Bowers who added commentary.                                                                                                                                                       Coronavirus has forced people to stay in their houses on lockdown and Phil Bowers is one of many keeping people entertained in or around their homes.                                                                                                                 Joe Wickes’ YouTube hit training is also keeping people entertained in their homes with indoor exercise and Lincoln City football clubs academy coach Lee Moran has been maintaining players fitness levels by setting various different football challenges and putting the results into a leader board.

         The Government are yet to decide when restrictions will be lifted.

Zachary Flint in Class 1 has coloured in a great picture ready for St George's Day on Thursday.

Some very careful colouring Zachary and you have matched the colours very well.

Well Done.

Week Commencing 13th April 2020

Sophie has won a contest to brighten the walls for staff and patients fighting Covid-19 at NHS Nightingale hospitals with her picture. Sophie's picture was one of the top 20 chosen by the judges - Turner Prize-winner Keith Tyson and illustrator Tony Ross and she will receive an art set as her prize.

Sophie says: "I'd like my picture to be in the hospital so people can be happy and believe we all can get through this together."

   

Elsie has enjoyed spending the weekend making an Easter Bonnet.

Week Commencing 6th April 2020

Charlie Darby-Dowman has heard this week that his story The Crazy Cats and The Drooling Dogs that he entered into the BBC Radio 2 500 word competition has made it through to the next stage. 

He's really proud and is now in the last 5000 out of 135,000 entries. 

Well Done Charlie, a wonderful achievement already and fingers crossed for the next stage! 

Charlie and his Mum hope you are all well and keeping safe and wish you all a fabulous and chocolate fuelled Easter. 

    

Harry in Class R has been colouring in Easter Eggs and also he has been practising drawing his shapes.

Well Done Harry!!

 

Hello, we do hope you're all well and keeping happy!! We miss everyone!

We have been making salt dough decorations and our eggs for the Decorated Egg competition.

                          

Matthew is solving The Mystery of the Easter Bunny          Samuel is solving The Mystery of the                      a maths mystery, which we got from Twinkl.                         Contaminated Chocolate, Costume, a maths                                                                                                                      mystery from Twinkl.                                              

Ruby and Ebony have enjoyed doing some gardening and planting.