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Shay and his sister Aanya have recently discovered these 1000 piece puzzles in their house. With great team work, they have managed to assemble both! Have you been assembling puzzles at home?

Shay and his sister Aanya have recently discovered these 1000 piece puzzles in their house. With great team work, they have managed to assemble both! Have you been assembling puzzles at home? 1
Shay and his sister Aanya have recently discovered these 1000 piece puzzles in their house. With great team work, they have managed to assemble both! Have you been assembling puzzles at home? 2

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Rhiyan and his brother Jayden found their box of chalk and they have created a Rainbow Road! What have you created with your chalk?

Rhiyan and his brother Jayden found their box of chalk and they have created a Rainbow Road! What have you created with your chalk? 1
Rhiyan and his brother Jayden found their box of chalk and they have created a Rainbow Road! What have you created with your chalk? 2

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Here is a link to help you discover nature around your homes and gardens.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1HgbfSQbvk&t=9s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8I-Dxph10g

 

Enjoy some geography outside!

Zack used his map work to give him inspiration to go onto writing a phenomenal adventure story!

The April edition of Lockdown Times by Joe (3AV) and Abi (Yellow):

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Have you seen Venus?

 

Mrs P called to ask if we had seen Venus? Didn't know you could! So we looked it up and we will be sure to be on a look out tonight! Here is some information on Venus have a look and let us know if you think you have. Take a photo from your windows or in an outdoor space and share with us. 

 

During the warm evenings and clear skies of recent weeks, you may have noticed a brilliant, shining beacon towards the west, far brighter than anything else in the night sky other than the Moon, and wondered what it was.

 

That bright ‘Evening Star’ is actually a planet, Venus, and from the Northern Hemisphere it will be visible in the evening sky all through the rest of April and into May. In fact, it will reach its absolute brightest on 28 April – yes, it will get even brighter than it already is, if only slightly!

 

Fun facts on Venus

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/space/solar-system/venus/

 

Article on Venus

https://astronomynow.com/2020/04/17/beginners-astronomy-that-bright-light-you-can-see-in-the-western-sky-thats-venus/

 

Fun read

http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/tv/guides/bbc_stargazing_live_star_guide.pdf

Venus and Jupiter from Shay's house.

Venus and Jupiter from Shay's house. 1
Venus and Jupiter from Shay's house. 2

Venus (and a really bright star) as seen from Miss Shah's house.

Venus (and a really bright star) as seen from Miss Shah's house. 1

Venus on Mrs P's star-gazing app.

Venus on Mrs P's star-gazing app. 1
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