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Roll a dice and see what the act of kindness is on the board. Put it into action.
We've come to the end of Michael Morupurgo's 'Running Wild'. This gripping story has captivated us, as well as the Emerald Bubble's staff. Here's a glimpse of some of the work we've produced around the story's themes:

Welcome to Emerald Bubble! We have made a super start to bubble life, showing enthusiasm to learn and a desire to produce the very best pieces of work that showcases our learning. 

Our worships and lessons have focused  upon Hope; hope for ourselves and others, now and in the future. We have recognised that our world is filled with hope - perhaps more than ever. Putting this emotion into our art work has enabled us to also recognise those people in society, especially NHS workers, who are helping to fuel our hope. 

Our class story, 'Running Wild', written by the incredible Michael Morpurgo, tells the story of a young boy rescued from a tsunami by an elephant. The tale has immersed the children; it covers themes such as: love, global warming, stewardship, but above all else: hope. Children have produced some truly remarkable art work by using recyclable materials, notably paper plates and yoghurt pots.  

 

Tiger using a yogurt pot - side view
Tiger using a yoghurt pot - front view
Turtle using a paper plate only
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