Our children have demonstared a wide range of educational and fun activities that they have engaged in during lockdown.
It has been a year since Pippin became our school dog so we would like you to create a picture or model of him. You could draw, paint, collage, sculpt or junk model. Add some writing about him, tell him what you like about having him as our school dog.
We would like children to come back to school with a positive message (which we will display in school) by creating a Zentangle, piece of handwriting or a piece of artwork around a word which they feel supports Dunalley's school values.
Families have placed rainbows in their windows as a message of hope, support for the NHS and as an image for children to spot whilst on a walk.
There are lots of things in the recycling box that could be used to make something new. You could make a model, plant pots, storage for stationery etc. What ideas can you come up with? You could write a set of instructions to go with it so someone else could make it.
Baking and cooking
A great way to spend time together, feed the family and use a bit of mathematical measuring is to cook as a family.
Science and Technology
The Dyson Foundation and the STEM have created some simple experiments which discuss different scientific properties and principles. Discuss, predict, create and record your observations
Gardening and Nature
Stay connected to the environment around you and maybe even grow your own food.
Keeping active is a great way to keep your body and mind fit and alert.
VE Day Celebration
Cheltenham Remembers are inviting local school children to take part in a special week of activities to mark the 75th Anniversary of VE Day and we think it will be an interesting whole school activity to participate in. You can find more on our dedicated page and don't forget to send us a photo of your creations and celebrations.