Keeping our community together Page 4

If you have something you would like to share on this community page - photos, videos, messages, children's art, recipes, suggestions for activities, links, birthday greetings, whatever! - email it to Juliet and we'll add it.     jfleming@hillcrest.bristol.sch.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Isaac in 2KL turns 7 on Thursday!
Have a brilliant day!  
 
 
 
 
 
 
A very HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Mrs Liv!
 
 
 
 
 Sofia and Lydia have built a model NHS hospital out of Lego!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Chartwells are pleased to announce that their The Super Yummy Kitchen resources - Food, play and education brought to your home - are still available for those children that are not back at school yet.  

Visit their YouTube channel ‘The Super Yummy Kitchen’ to watch their cook along videos with chef Andrew. The videos are designed to keep children entertained whilst providing them with the know-how to make their own yummy, healthy snacks using store cupboard ingredients.

Here are two of the newest recipes - If you enjoy these you can find many more online!

 
 
 
 
 
Excellent new signs reminding the children in school about social distancing!
Well done Mr Mac & Mrs Bonner!
 
 
 
 

Calling Yr 2 and Yr 3 kids who play Xbox!

Eli in Yr 2 would love to play with you. He plays Minecraft and Lego Jurassic World on Xbox, three times a week. He has headphones and microphone and would love to be able to play and chat with other kids via Xbox Live.

If you are interested contact his mum Hannah Latham on 07780 651075.

 

 

 

 

Jet has worked really hard for about three weeks on this design for the empty space down on Redcliffe Wharf to enter in the 'See What I See' competition.
 
 
 
 
 

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Young Explorers: Sea, Voyages & Hope

A three-week series of workshops to introduce children to making music as:

  • they learn to make their own works,
  • take part in warm-up exercises,
  • rehearse two newly-commissioned nautical songs to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s pioneering voyage.

This anniversary was the orchestra's inspiration for the next set of KS2 Schools’ Concerts, which have unfortunately been put on hold for the moment.

The project will culminate in a group (virtual!) performance of the two songs at the end of the Summer term when children can be part of a produced video with everyone singing together!

The workshops are designed to support the Key Stage 2 curriculum, either in schools or for families home schooling, but can be enjoyed by all ages.

Led by BSO Associate Musician Sam Mason and composer James Redwood, the sessions will be available - and free for all - on the BSO's website: https://bsolive.com/. New sessions will be uploaded multiple times a week between 11am Monday 8 June – Friday 26 June (https://bsolive.com/press-releases/orchestra-launches-summer-activities-for-all-ages/).

 

The BSO are also releasing music education resource packs (also from Monday 8 June) which will help children aged 4-14 to deepen their love of music through a series of prepared activities designed to relieve the burden on teachers and parents during lockdown. Available to all, the activities include learning to make-your-own instrument, exploring pieces through videos performances and talks, curated playlists, and musical cross-curriculum exercises.

 

 

 

Remember Joseph Tingay's sponsored bike ride? 
 
Well... the poor lad fell ill a day or two into the challenge, with a high temperature, and the whole family had to go into quarantine for a fortnight, just in case.
 
As soon as he was allowed, Joseph, showing true resilience, started his ride from scratch again.
 
He completed the full 26 miles, riding round and round the block, over 5 days.
 
He did his last handful of laps with the street cheering him on!
 
He has raised £506 for NHS Together.
 
Thank you to everyone who sponsored him,
and WELL DONE JOSEPH!
 
 
 
 
 
Eva & Ollie's Googley Eyes Takeover!
 
 
 
 
 

2020 Virtual Summer School Games

Welcome to the West of England Summer School Games Virtual Challenge hosted by our School Games Ambassador Simran Kaur and Young Leaders from Ashton Park School!

The virtual challenge was developed in association with your School Game Organisers and is an activity that you can do in your home, yard or garden or at school.  It gives you the chance to achieve your personal best and take part with other children from across B&NES, Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset!

Every Monday at 10am we will post a new challenge. 

Find out more and register HERE.

 

Here's this week's challenge!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hoping you have a really special day Leanne!
Best wishes from all of us on your big birthday!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Who can you spot in these mash ups? (Mrs Loader made them for a staff quiz.)