Captain Tom Moore

Ahead of his 100th birthday celebration, war veteran Captain Tom Moore  set himself the challenge of walking 100 laps of his garden to help raise money for the NHS. His challenge has raised awareness all over the world and has led to many others setting their own similar challenges! Captain Tom has also lifted the spirits of many during  difficult circumstances. Captain Tom originally aimed to raise £1000 but quickly passed his his target to reach over £28 million for the NHS! Captain Tom, who is originally from Keighley in West Yorkshire, has risen from nowhere to become a hero for many, all around the world. Captain Tom Moore completed his 100-lap challenge at his home in Bedfordshire.

Things about Captain Tom Moore

Captain Tom Moore is a  person who walks, 100 laps on his 100th birthday celebration,and the world thinks that he’s a hero because the more you walk the more you exercise, Captain Tom Moore is a person who stands up to the world and was a good  person who  maybe saved someone in world war two, he is an outstanding person who walks,100 laps on his 100th birthday 🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂 Captain Tom originally aimed for many people to get even better than before.Captain  Tom Moore has raised awareness   money for many people he raised about £1000 million.

Section1: My talents

Over the past few years, I have developed quite a few interesting and special talents. Sometimes I find it tricky to talk about them because I can feel a bit shy or feel like I am showing off. One talent I have is that I am quite a creative individual. I love to sketch pictures from my observations and things from my imagination. I have always enjoyed drawing and my Auntie told me that even when I was very little it was something she thought I would want to do! It was not until I was a bit older however that I started to take it more seriously and try to improve and develop my skills by attempting to sketch more complicated and detailed objects. Recently, I have tried to use a variety of art media such as art pencils and charcoal, which I first tried and learnt about in school. I noticed that when you draw pictures you can make them appear more realistic with shading and shadowing techniques. I believe I have always been good at drawing, but it is also something that I have practiced a lot! My drawing has always been something that I have done just for me, so I have not really spoken about it with friends or shown anyone my work before. The reason I like drawing is that it helps me to relax, unwind  and  express myself. In year 5, I hope I get to learn to use different art media and get even better at sketching!

Another talent I have is that lots of people say I am good at remembering lyrics! My friends have  always told me that I learn lyrics to songs quickly and I am good at remembering the melody to songs too. I think that because lots of people enjoy music and singing that this has helped me make friends at primary school (as well as boosting my confidence). My mum is an amazing singer, and my dad plays lots of musical instruments so I think this is where I have got my singing talents from. My most favourite talent is being a teacher and looking after rabbits because they are my favourite animals, they are so cute I want to have them as my pet forever! I have so many talents that I really don’t want anyone to know.

Andy Goldsworthy

I Background information
Andy lived in Cheshire, he was born on the 25th of July in 1956.

Andy’s sculptures

Sculptures are very complex to Andy, even though, the sculptures are made with bone,ice ,snow and rocks.He had a job of being labourer on a farm.His nature is based on his work.

Where Andy lived to do his job

Andy does his work in pen point, Scotland, Not weed stalks (1899).He built rocks balancing on each other.Working on the farm helped him prepare sculptures.The age of 13 Andy earned money.

The best sculptures

The best sculptures he might have was called rock balancing.Andy was the best artist who built things like balancing.