22/05/2020🛁 Miss Fry’s Feel Good Friday 🛁
And just like that another half term has ended, home learning is done for the month of May, it’s Friday and here is Miss Fry’s top tip for some relaxed fun and downtime! This week it’s time to get creative and make your own bath bomb - relaxing to make, relaxing to use and what a great treat for a special mum who’s been helping you with your home learning! They look ‘Lush’! 🌸
Have a wonderful break, enjoy the sunshine and most importantly stay safe!
19/05/2020Needing a literary fix this week? Keen to sit back and listen? Why not try one of these amazing opportunities?
First of all, catch Taika Waititi reading James and the Giant Peach on YouTube to raise money (by voluntary donation) for the charity Partners in Health. He is joined by various celebrities including Chris Hemsworth, Meryl Streep and Benedict Cumberbatch. Wow!
Or if Roald Dahl is not your thing, The Hay Festival has become a virtual digital festival this year and they have launched their programme for schools this week. The 2020 programme has been created especially for learning at home, bringing authors straight from their house to yours every day this week. Each day, from 8am onwards, you can see two primary (years 3-6) authors introduced by Konnie Huq and two secondary (years 7-10) authors introduced by Jenny Valentine. These events will be available to watch again on Hay Player.
There are some fab Young Adult authors featured like Muhammed Khan, author of I am Thunder and Patrice Lawrence author of Orange Boy and Rose Interrupted. Again wow!
@WoolmerHillScho - 18/05/2020 Retweeted Woolmer Hill PE DeptThe stats are in from week 2 of the WH community fitness challenge with nearly 600 hours of exercise completed and a great mix of students, parents and staff making it onto the leader board! Well done to everyone who got out and contributed. Look out for this weeks challenge! https://t.co/1rx0BH4pB4