BerkswichCE Primary School

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Celebrating Our Learning - April

What a thoughtful thing to do! Codie is making a birthday card for his cousin.


Hollie has been creating a maths game in order to learn her times tables. Well done, Hollie - it looks great fun!


Beth B has been using the geography resources on BBC Bitesize. She followed the instruction to learn about maps and made her own model.


Emma - working hard on her writing task. Well done!


Frankie really has been making the most of the sunshine. Glad to see that you're keeping your fitness up too, Frankie!

Ruby volcano science experiment

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Kian and his brother enjoying den building. It looks like you had lots of fun boys.


Emma has been using the Oak Academy resources. It looks like you have enjoyed it, Emma!



Beth C has been taking advantage of the lovely weather! She's been practising her swimming in her paddling pool. What a great way to cool off, Beth.

This picture is of Beth enjoying her reading in the sun.


Kitty has been being creative with clay. She's still deciding what type of creature she has created! Glad to see William helping you out there, Kitty.

Ah! So that's what it is meant to look like! Love the unicorn, Kitty.

Well done, Emma. Practising her flute in readiness for her lesson with Mrs Eastwood. 

Emma - getting crafty!

Ruby playing Senorita.mp4

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Sophia and her mum have been enjoying creating some art work. It looks fantastic!



Emma made a place value game using the dice to make the biggest 4 digit number. Each person rolls the die and you have to make the decision where to put that digit in your number. The person that gets the biggest number wins! Why not have a go?


Eva and Wilf have made a time capsule which has gone into the foundations of their new kitchen extension with info in about Covid 19. What a good idea! 

Eva had also made a fairy garden and a pond which have tadpoles in too.



Congratulations to Beth B, who has got through to the next round of the BBC 500 words challenge. From the 135,000 children that applied, there are now 5000 to be chosen from. Well done, Beth!


Beth C has created a fabulous image of a cat in a doughnut. Tee hee!