Teacher: Miss Cook
Name: Miss Cook
Likes: Holidays, shopping and dogs
Dislikes: Spiders and scary films
Favourite film: Anything with a happy ending!
Favourite book: Harry Potter
Favourite food: Bruschetta and Pringles
Favourite subject: Maths and PE
If you weren’t a teacher what would you be & why? Anything that could combine working with children and travelling the world.
Who is your hero/heroine? Mrs Hinch - I love to organise!
Please take a look at our blog below to see what exciting things we have been up to in class.
If you have time, please leave us a comment - we love to see them!
Support staff: Miss Wilkinson, Mrs Hodgson and Miss Murphy
Our wonderful class
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Posted: Mar 23, 2020 by: admin on: 23/3/2020
You may have seen in the news that there are lots of rainbows popping up in people’s windows around the UK (if not here it is: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51988671). To link with this and help make others smile, Highbury have decided to focus our home learning activities around RAINBOWS. We are asking all families to create their own rainbow to display in their window. You can use whatever you like (felt tips, paint, crayons, paper, recycling, food, things you find outdoors…). There's already some great examples of children's work on the Highbury Facebook page!
I have also created a collection of activity ideas you can do with your child all linked to our RAINBOW theme (see document below). I'm going to do a colour treasure hunt this afternoon so watch this space to see what I find! Please do not worry about having to complete all activities as this is not expected. We will do this topic over 2 weeks so there's plenty of time to get bits done or you could even think of your own ideas!
Check out the Highbury @ Home Pinterest page for further ideas – click on the link below.
Please send me photos or comment on the blog or Highbury Facebook page to let us know what you’ve been up to – it would be great to keep in touch!
Documents to download