Den Building Competition Winner
Sky - 4H
Week 5 - Design a Den Competition
This week the competition is to design/build the ultimate den. You can choose this to be an inside den or outside den. You can build it to take over your house or garden. It can be made of LEGO or a picture that you draw. Be creative! The rules are - there are no rules! Have fun! We look forward to seeing your creativity.
Birthday Card Design Winner
Eva-Rose - 6S
Week 4: Design a birthday card for Captain Tom
We are sure that you have all seen the WW2 veteran who is walking for the NHS. Everyone wants to send him birthday cards for his 100th birthday so we thought it would be fun if Blue Coat participated. There are a few different ways to get your card sent to him. Follow this link to see the instructions. Remember that your parents must approve your participation if you are sending it directly to him or if you want to send it using social media.
Once you have designed your card just pop it in an envelope and send to:
Captain Tom Moore
C/O Marston Moretaine Post Office
67 Bedford Road
For our competition, send us a picture of what you have made for him to firstname.lastname@example.org
Caricature Winner - Lilly - 6S
Most Creative Biography Winner - Amelia - 3C
Week 3 Competition - Caricature and Biography of a Family Member
Paint or draw a friendly caricature of a member of your family. Then ask them to answer the questions. If you want to change some of the questions or add some of your own, that is great! Remember this is meant to be family-friendly fun. So make your answers funny but remember to keep them appropriate for everyone to read.
Can you guess who's who in the pictures below drawn by some of our Year 4's of staff here at Blue Coat?
Email your guesses over to email@example.com.
5 DoJo's if you get them all right!
Squirrel Competition Winner
Sophie H - 3C
School Value Squirrels
Week 2 Competition - Cartoon Squirrels
If you follow this link, the author begins by reading her book aloud. Make sure you watch to the end as she shows you how to draw some very interesting cartoon squirrels… Enter your drawing to win.
Please send a jpeg of your drawing to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 3rd April 2020
Rainbow Competition Winner
Lucy - 3C
We've got a coloured tissue paper collage on one side and then 5 different coloured shapes on the other: hearts for Hope, crosses for Forgiveness, medals for Courage, people for Trust and doves for Peace. It takes up the whole front window.
Week 1: Competition of the week
Children across the UK are putting up homemade rainbow creations in their windows at home, in a bid to spread hope and positivity amid the coronavirus COVID-19 self-isolation period.
The rainbow trend has gone viral after schools across the country closed on Friday 20th to help stop the spread of the virus. A Facebook page has been set up called Believe In Rainbows, where families are posting pictures of their rainbow crafts.
There's a lot of imagination on display, with posters urging people to "be kind", "stay safe" and "be positive", along with rainbow balloons to celebrate birthdays, and rainbow caterpillars to symbolise that we'll emerge triumphant.
Our competition this week is to create a rainbow that represents our school. You can use any materials, images and words. Please take a photograph of it and email it to email@example.com Make sure you display your rainbow on a window in your home.
Writing Competition idea shared by Chloe J in 6S
To participate in this lovely competition, please follow this link. Remember to get adult permission before you submit anything. If you choose to do something with this competition, we would love for you to share it with us as well.
Cracking Ideas - Wallace and Gromit Competition
To find out more about this competition, please follow the link. Remember to get adult permission before you submit anything. If you choose to do something with this competition, we would love for you to share it with us as well.