Across Coopersale Hall we have noted how the work that has been produced during our time at home learning is being valued and enjoyed.
Mrs Doherty invited the children to take part in “Part of the Puzzle” project run by Picture-News. The children were asked to produce a puzzle piece with words, drawings and colours that best represented them. We have combined all the entries and are celebrating these as part of the library display of work.
These puzzle pieces help everyone to feel connected whilst they are apart and symbolise that we are all part of a bigger picture. Mrs Doherty was delighted and pleased by the varied puzzle pieces that were created from children across all year groups.
Year 3 embraced World Book Day during their home schooling time and designed their own poster to advertise “Extreme Reading”. The display in their classroom can be found below. A selection of these is also on the Book Review Board in the library to enjoy.
Miss Marks (Reception) has created a display board that also celebrates the variety of work that her children produced and she is extremely proud of what they have achieved.
During our half-term Miss Leeks and Miss Crick set everyone a challenge. Miss Leeks was delighted to receive the wonderful book covers designed by the children. She would like to thank everyone who uploaded their work. We have taken great pleasure in displaying these in the library.
Miss Crick was amazed by all the entries into her art challenge and found it difficult to select the entries that are being displayed in the library. She feels that we have very talented artists in the school.