Captain Sir Tom Moore
As a school we thought it was very important to look at the lessons that Captain Sir Tom Moore was giving out during lockdown. He set out to walk 100 lengths of his garden before his 100th birthday, to raise £1000 for the NHS charities together during the Covid-19 pandemic. He raised over £32million! His messages about never giving up and finding the light at the end of the tunnel became his mottos. His birthday was marked in a number of ways, including flypasts by the Royal Air Force and the British Army. Captain Tom was knighted by the Queen for his efforts.
Each class has looked at what Captain Tom has achieved and done during the pandemic. We have read the book 100 steps about his life and then each class has done a display in the hall.
Have a look at each classes display below...
Reception have written thank you cards to Captain Tom thanking him for his efforts throughout the pandemic.
Year 1 have written describing words about Captain Tom on medals.
Year 2 have written about Captain Tom's messages and how they have used them in their own lives.
Year 3 have used water colours to draw and paint Captain Tom.
Year 4 have used his Captain Tom's message about light at the end of the tunnel to create art work, some of the darkness in the clouds and some of the light to come.
Year 5 have written poems about Captain Tom's efforts during the pandemic.
Year 6 have written about Captain Tom's life and created a collage of Captain Tom.
We all want to say Thank You Captain Tom!