Another great week from Crew Mercury, every member is producing real quality learning and also enjoying their time at home.
Kaylen has been learning many new skills during this time, including learning to play the guitar, doing lots of gardening and baking.
Have a look at this bread!
And my favourite new skill he has learnt…how to crochet! I’m sure I’ll have a new crochet buddy when we get back to school!
As well as all of this, Kaylen has been doing amazing with his online learning. He has done so well working independently! Mrs Collinson is very impressed with his Spanish saying how she is ‘really proud of his courage and commitment’.
I can’t wait to get back to school to hear all about your new skills Kaylen.
So following on from last week’s post showing what Lewis has been up to, it is Daniel’s turn this week.
Daniel has completed some real quality learning including a HUMS assessment where he achieved a fab score and showed great understanding of Africa, development and the DRC. He also completed an assignment answering the question ‘How far can Maycomb be called prejudiced?’. Mrs McCarthy said ‘What an absolute joy to read! Well done, great understanding and detailed yet clear explanation!’
In addition to completing his learning, Daniel has been enjoying walks with his family catching Pokemon!
He has also been enjoying quality time with his sister 🙂
It has been great the hear what Daniel has been up to, it’s been lovely keeping in touch and seeing the pics!
Have a look at these amazing cards that Ella from Crew Mercury has been making this week!
Ella has been giving these cards to her mum so she can pass them on to her fellow front line workers in social care. A lovely way to show her appreciation for everything they are doing in these difficult times.
I’m sure these cards have been massively appreciated, such a wonderful thing to do Ella! I am very proud!
It has been great to check in with crew and see what we have all been getting on with our learning. The learning that you are producing is fab, and we’re getting lots of praise from teachers. Well done everyone!
I’ve also enjoyed hearing about what crew have been getting up to in their free time.
For this week’s post I’m going to share what Lewis has been up to. He has been enjoying taking Thor for a daily walk. Look how big Thor is!!
Lewis is particularly proud of his maths learning, and I’m sure Mr Nixon is super impressed too! Mrs McCarthy also said she is proud of what you have done so far Lewis, keep it up!
Check back next week when we have an update on another member of Crew Mercury!
E26 had a fantastic time at the Leeds Armouries Museum on Tuesday. All students were a credit to the school and definitely met all our HOWLs and character traits while there.
We had time to explore the museum and have a look at some of the fantastic artefacts that we on display. We were lucky enough to be able to watch a rifle fire display which was based around WW2 but the experts explain the links and similarities between the weapons which were used.
After lunch, students took part in two workshops – one was a handling session where students could try on uniforms and explore the weapons and equipment that was used in the trenches to get a better understanding of trench life. Students then got to experience training thanks to our very own Captain – he certainly put the students to the test! We learnt about the Pals Battalions and their roles in the war and how the soldiers would’ve been trained and treated during the war. I had the pleasure of accompanying Pioneer in the afternoon and I was so proud of how involved they’ve got in answering and asking questions – they will certainly Get Smart with this attitude!
It certainly was a brilliant day and the conduct of the students was great!
This week, all students in E26 will be going on fieldwork for their expedition on Tuesday 19th November. They will need to arrive at school for normal time and should be back at the end of the school day. We will be travelling about 45 minutes away in a coach so please give students who experience travel sickness any medication if necessary and/or bring it with them for the journey home (please hand into staff).
Students will need:
a warm coat (we will be inside for most of the day but will spend a period of time outdoors)
a packed lunch and drink (there will be nowhere for students to buy this so it is vital they bring this with them – FSM students will be provided for by school).
a bag to carry the above in.
Students are not allowed sweets or fizzy drinks.
We will reveal the location on the day to the students, but for now – keep guessing!