We have had a brilliant week showcasing our amazing homework. The children have gone above and beyond in this topic, I am so proud of all the work they have done.
Grace created a stopmotion video about waste.
Freddie made a wonderful powerpoint (packed full of information).
Millie made honey buns and told us all about the importance of bees.
Hannah and Rio colloborated on a quiz that they presented to the class - it was lovely to see our first ever collobarative homework.
Connie presented her facts about pollution including: air, light, litter, soil, noise, plastic, contamination, radioactive, thermal, visual and water!
Bryn created a very large and beautiful under the water pollution poster.
Emily recycled household items into a superb whale.
Oscar created a recycled plastics in the ocean poster made from his household plastic.
Erin made a superb fish with a great message attached - see if you can spot it in the homework showcase!
Henry had recycled items into a sand timer. He also presented the class with his amazing research and facts he had found out.
Hollie made a great fish poster.
Olivia's powerpoint was packed full of information on plastic and pollution.
Emma created a recycled cushion cover out of a Hade Edge School cardigan!!!!! As well as looking for eco-friendly ideas for houses.
Samuel made 'Recycle Man' a robot made of waste materials.
Chloe has repurposed an orange carton into a pencil pot and made a fish piggy bank out of a plastic bottle!
Amber shrunk single use crisp packets in her oven to turn them into keyrings - they were fab!
Ruby talked us through her powerpoint on 'Litter'.
Jacob created a poster about plastic in the ocean. He said, 'Don't be mean, be green.'
We have really enjoy looking at the range of homework. Well done to all the Excellent Eagles!