This term, Phase 2 have been learning stories from other cultures. Last week we read ‘Handa’s Hen’. We found out that the story was set in Africa! Edith retold the story in her own words. What fantastic work!
Congratulations to Charlotte Duffin and Imogen Stubbs (Year 5), who both produced some excellent written work based on the Victorian theme they were studying last term.
Jessica (Reception) did a lovely piece of writing about a party she had been to at the Playbarn. She worked independently, spelling nearly every word correctly, demonstrating that she has already attained her end of year Early Learning Goal in writing.
Well done Jessica.
Congratulations to five students in Year 10 who produced the ‘top’ heraldic shields of Year 9 (2013). All girls received book prizes.
Anna Bakewell – Joint 1st (top middle), Emily Edwards – Joint 1st (top right), Lily Cook – Equal 2nd (left), Sienna Sexton – Equal 2nd (bottom middle) and Olivia Perry – Equal 2nd (bottom right).
Congratulations to Maxim (Reception) for his excellent piece of writing and super picture.
Well done Maxim!
Mrs Jones, Reception
Congratulations to Ethan (Year 1) for the fantastic brilliant progress he has made with his handwriting.
Congratulations to Sienna Sexton (Year 9) for her excellent geography project: Problems and Pressures in Brazilian Cities.
This is an excellent piece of work. It is well researched and written using good terminology effectively. As well as this your diary is emotive and gives a real flavour of life in Favelas. Excellent ideas for improvement. Brilliant piece, well done – A1
Well done Sienna!
Congratulations to Rebecca Hazell (Year 11) for her impressive ‘Transformer’. The sculpture, which is based on her chosen topic of ‘Found Materials’, achieved the highest mark for coursework out of the Year 11 GCSE art group.
Congratulations to Sam (Year 1) for the wonderful ‘Owl and Fox Adventure’ story he wrote all by himself.
Well done Sam!
Mrs Halford, Year 1
Congratulations to Gabriella Moretti-Miles (Year 6) for the wonderful poem she wrote in October.
Standing still reaching upwards into the sky,
Motionless closing in closer and closer until the sunset closes in.
At darkness it stays fixed to the ground,
until daylight reveals its beauty.
The spacious surroundings stretch over the Savana,
Its trunk stretches up higher and higher.
It plods on and into its future through time,
Its patterns show how ancient the enormous creature is.
Well done Gabriella!
Congratulations to Amber Battens (Year 11) for the brilliant 3D wired elephant DNA that she created recently as part of her biology homework.
Her effort and impressive design earned her a commendation.
Well done Amber!
Congratulations to Catherine (Year 8) who recently received a commendation (and a HOHS pen!) from Mr Crump, in recognition of a geography project she completed at the end of Year 7.
‘The Earthquake That Hit Kobe’ was researched, written and presented to the same high standards as a piece of G.C.S.E coursework.