Welcome to this week’s Celebration Newsletter!

We would like to wish a very happy birthday to the following children who celebrated this week. We hope you enjoyed your special day. You’ve certainly had some wonderful weather!

We would like to say a big Happy Birthday to the following!

Isla B who turned 7 on 13th April

Gracie B who turned 8 on 14th April

Isla A who celebrated her 6th birthday on 15th April

Luke F who had his 7th birthday also on 15th April

Good Work

We hope the Easter bunny visited you! He is a key worker so was allowed to drop off all the delicious eggs and treats!

There has been some really lovely posts this week. It’s so great to hear from you and know you’re keeping yourselves busy! Here are some of our highlights:-

Class R Taylor B made some delicious Easter cookies, Archie B  started to play chess (that’s so impressive!) and Phoebe C made us all smile with everything she has been doing, from walks with her family to working in the garden!

Class 1 Ivy B wrote and illustrated a story about Superworm, which we can’t wait to read when we get back to school! Bodhi C revamped a garden bench into a funky and stylish piece of furniture that looks amazing and Alex H made THE biggest giraffe window display that goes over both floors!

Class 2 Dexter C  wowed us with his colour experiment and woodwork skills for the garden and Jack W did some great work in spite of having a poorly arm (get well soon!)

Class 3Jasmine H created some wonderful marbling and made us laugh with the Google AR animals! Martin F decorated some little eggs for Easter and Grace A  painted some beautiful pictures (the daisy was especially pretty!)

Class 4 Neve C made a beautiful Easter garden and Edwin F constructed a Viking longship out of LEGO!

Class 5 Sienna M-K produced a lovely collage and self portrait and Alice W showed off her wonderful artwork of a sun and moon

Class 6 Tobi E  tried his hand at woodwork and whittling and Keira W pogoed her way to making some fabulous Easter crafts!

 

Thank you to everyone (mums and dads too!) for continuing to use Padlet. Really does make our day to keep in touch with you all.

St. Mary’s Church

Rev Ball’s St James Church Live Feed is busy again! Click below to see the Teatime Church from Thursday. There’s also a wonderful Easter service on there if you haven’t yet seen it.

???***Hook Village Children Sunflower Competition*** ???

 

During this difficult time Hook Gardening Club have organised a Sunflower Competition, open to children who live in the village.

If you’d to join in please text your address to 07743460357 with how many growing kits you’d like and they will drop your growing kits off .

Each free kit includes growing pot, seeds & growing information.

***Anyone can join in but only entries posted on the Facebook Hook Gardening Club – East Riding of Yorkshire page and within Hook village in September will be judged & Prize awarded for the tallest Sunflower***

Limited free growing kits available but if you have your own sunflower seeds you can still join in and enter the competition, as long as you live in Hook village

Message from Mrs Ainley

Happy Friday to you all!

 

 

Can you believe we are into week 4 of our country being asked to stay indoors? That is nearly a whole month. A whole month of not being able to see your friends most days. A whole month of not visiting family or doing the clubs you love. A whole month of standing away from people in the street, only being able to talk to them from a distance. 

 

Last week, I encouraged you to be creative. Every week we are seeing people find creative ways of staying in touch. A video call to a grandparent, a football club taken in many gardens simultaneously using the computer, a Zoom call with your friends, coming out with your neighbours to clap the NHS and hearing the applause from streets away. It isn’t the same as being with those people and nothing replaces a hug, but it is certainly the next best thing. These are all special ways to stay connected with people and these connections make us feel better. 

 

This week, think of someone you haven’t been in touch with for a while. If they don’t live close by, how could you show them they have entered your thoughts? It is always special to know that you are being thought of. You could maybe write a letter or draw them a picture. Can you imagine receiving one and how good that would make you feel?

 

It seems like it could be a few more weeks before we can begin to do more and even longer before we can give our friends a hug. But how special will it be when that day finally arrives? Until then, find those inventive ways of staying in touch with people. 

We miss you all and look forward to seeing you as soon as it is safe.

Kindest Regards

Mrs Ainley

 

 

Next Newsletter

We are hoping to publish the next newsletter on Friday 24th April. If you would like to contribute, please email us and we will pass it on to Mrs Ainley!