We have seen so many Superheroes over the past couple of months with many Key Workers in our shops, on our streets, in our hospitals and on our screens.
Well, we think that the children of Brooklands are Superheroes too!
Your mission, should you choose to accept, is to create your own Superhero!
*What would your name be?
*What would your costume look like?
*What would your powers be?
*Do you have a sidekick?
You can write about your Superhero idea, or maybe draw a picture of yourself in your costume, showing your powers.
You could create a Top Trumps card, describing yourself and your powers.
You could even dress up as a Superhero, using items from your home! Be as creative as you can! It's amazing what you can do with old sheets and bits of card!
You can use special effects to create your scene!
We love a Dress Up Day in Brookies!!!
Have a look at how Mrs Graham got on for some inspiration!
When you have created your Superhero, we would love to see how you got on!
Please send photos to Mrs Graham by Wednesday 3rd June.
We may even get some from your Teachers!
We are looking forward to seeing your amazing ideas!
Look out for your photos next week!
(Please state on emails if you give your permission for photos to be used on our website.)
New 'Ready for Anything' Resources are Free and Available for all Parents to Download!
Please see the links below for P1-3 AND P4-7 Packs
Anything that we can do to help boost our children's self-esteem and resilience during this difficult time will be so beneficial to their positive mental health and development.
We sincerely thank our friend, and founder of 'Ready for Anything', Natalie Whelehan, for sharing her fabulous resources with us all!
Information from 'The Family Support Hub'
Autism Advisory Service Resources for Primary School Children
Please click on, or copy the link below:
P5 pupil Jacob Jeska proudly shows off his winning design in the NHS Art Competition organised for primary schools in the Dundonald area in co-ordination with the PSNI and Ulster Hospital. His winning "We Help from the Heart" design will now feature on thousands of stickers to be worn by staff at the hospital. Presenting Jacob with a large portrait of his winning design and special gift are: (left to right) Patricia Anderson (Health Care assistant, Children's ward, Ulster Hospital), Sergeant Paul Marsh PSNI, Jacob's teacher Mr Devlin, Constable Alan McTier (PSNI), Mr Armstrong, Jenny Nicholson (E.D. Lead Nurse, Ulster Hospital) and Mrs Smart!
Let's Have a Look at Our Stunning, Our Creative, Our Scary, Our Cute, Our Utterly AMAZING DRAGONS!!!!!!
Cressida would be very proud boys and girls! Well done!
Julia Donaldson and Axel Sheffler's Story Adaptations to help Children Understand Corona Virus
Children's Author Julia Donaldson and Illustrator Axel Sheffler are adapting their famous stories to help children make sense of the Corona Virus and the Stay at Home guidance that we are all following.
Julia Donaldson is posting updates and videos of her reading from her books on her Face Book Page each week too. Here is a link to articles and examples of their adapted texts, which are really reassuring for the children to read, as the message is coming from the characters they are already so familiar with...
BBC Article: https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-52149055
Hello P1s, P2s and P3s! We haven't forgotten about you... all your favourite songs are linked below! Stay safe with a singalong at home!