Thomas Coram CE School’s Lock-Down Learning
9th June 2020
Thomas Coram School have been partaking in lots of exciting projects this term, both at home and in school.
Key-worker children who have continued to come into school created a piece of artwork sending their thanks to the NHS and key workers.
Year 3 have been busy creating artwork to represent the wonderful world God has created, and have started to think about how they can look after it:
The Year 4 pupils have been using resources from home to create rainbows in their windows. This is to spread some positivity into their local community and make those who walk by smile!
Year 5 children have been busy sending letters to the local resident’s home, sharing thanks to the key workers and NHS staff, as well as getting busy with nature! The children were asked to take pictures of a range of colourful flowers and plants as part of their science learning activities. From this, a picture has been compiled to embrace the current times everyone is facing.
The Year 6 pupils have made a resurrection garden to celebrate the wonders of Easter. They have also produced some comic book strips to show how Christians celebrate Easter. They have written letters of thanks to the staff at Watford General Hospital and spread a little happiness to a local residential home, by writing thoughtful message, poems and prayers. A group of pupils have explored the beauty of the school area, by planting sunflower seeds, going on nature walks and hunting for bugs. Year 6 pupils have also been creating a range of art work focusing on the natural world, by using natural materials in their gardens and being inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy.
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