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Willow Class

Welcome to Willow Class

 

Class Teachers  -   Mrs Wallis and Mrs Kitts

Teaching Assistants  -  Mrs Laing , Mrs Hames and Mrs Tayler

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January 2020 newsletter

Woodland Wanderers

Woodland wanderers will continue throughout Terms 3 & 4 on a fortnightly basis. Please ensure that a change of clothes suitable for the winter weather remains in school at all times.

We welcome helpers for these sessions as having extra adults enables us to walk safely around the village. If you would like to join the class for a Woodland Wanderers session, please speak to a member of staff.

 

This term's sessions will be on:

17th January

31st Jannuary

14th February

Have a look at some of the websites below to find out more about the World War 2. We don't control these websites. Please tell an adult if you see anything that worries you.

World War 2 recipes.

Topic Term 2 - Japan. Recreating Hokusai's 'Great Wave'.

Topic Term 2 - Japan. Recreating Hokusai's 'Great Wave'. 1
Topic Term 2 - Japan. Recreating Hokusai's 'Great Wave'. 2
Topic Term 2 - Japan. Recreating Hokusai's 'Great Wave'. 3
Topic Term 2 - Japan. Recreating Hokusai's 'Great Wave'. 4
Topic Term 2 - Japan. Recreating Hokusai's 'Great Wave'. 5

Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi!

Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi! 1
Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi! 2
Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi! 3
Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi! 4
Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi! 5
Tasting sushi and Tofu with soy sauce and wasabi! 6
Topic Term 1 - The Stone age to the Iron age

Woodland Wanderers 27.9.19. Despite the weather, the children enjoyed playing our 'escape the bear' cave maze game. They looked at how they could move a heavy stone with the use of some (plastic!) logs like the Stone age people did at Avebury. They also started to make some houses using wattle and daub.

Woodland Wanderers 27.9.19.  Despite the weather, the children enjoyed playing our 'escape the bear' cave maze game. They looked at how they could move a heavy stone with the use of some (plastic!) logs like the Stone age people did at Avebury. They also started to make some houses using wattle and daub. 1
Woodland Wanderers 27.9.19.  Despite the weather, the children enjoyed playing our 'escape the bear' cave maze game. They looked at how they could move a heavy stone with the use of some (plastic!) logs like the Stone age people did at Avebury. They also started to make some houses using wattle and daub. 2
Woodland Wanderers 27.9.19.  Despite the weather, the children enjoyed playing our 'escape the bear' cave maze game. They looked at how they could move a heavy stone with the use of some (plastic!) logs like the Stone age people did at Avebury. They also started to make some houses using wattle and daub. 3
Woodland Wanderers 27.9.19.  Despite the weather, the children enjoyed playing our 'escape the bear' cave maze game. They looked at how they could move a heavy stone with the use of some (plastic!) logs like the Stone age people did at Avebury. They also started to make some houses using wattle and daub. 4

Our kick off day! The children tried Art, Poetry, sport and food, all with a stone age theme.

Our kick off day! The children tried Art, Poetry, sport and food, all with a stone age theme. 1
Our kick off day! The children tried Art, Poetry, sport and food, all with a stone age theme. 2
Our kick off day! The children tried Art, Poetry, sport and food, all with a stone age theme. 3
Our kick off day! The children tried Art, Poetry, sport and food, all with a stone age theme. 4
Our kick off day! The children tried Art, Poetry, sport and food, all with a stone age theme. 5
Have a look at some of the websites below to find out more about the Stone age through to the Iron age. We don't control these websites. Please tell an adult if you see anything that worries you.

Woodland Wanderers

will usually take place every Friday afternoon.  Please ensure children have wellies and weather proof clothing to change into for the afternoon.  

Many thanks.

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