PCSO Ian Henderson visiting to discuss staying safe online as part of our computing online safety unit
Pedestrian Training Yr 3
Willow Class 1st Gym Lesson
Willow Class as Kent Life Vikings
Willow Class making Viking Brooches
Willow Class Freeze Frame Drama
Willow Class Outdoor Play
Making Viking rune stones
Willow class exploring the Hindu worship of Puja
Willow Class making Roman numerals
Willow class have done a litter pick around the school environment
Willow Making Roman Numerals
Outdoor Learning Day
Willow Class return to School
Willow class were learning about fake news in their computing lessons as part of their Internet safety topic. We created our own websites that included fake news on purple mash.
As part of their Plants topic in Science, Willow class investigated how long it takes for coloured water to travel to the petals of a white flower. We used different temperatures of water and made sure it was a fair test.
Willow Class have been learning about the artist ‘Turner’ and his life. We used a biography to collect and record facts. Next week we will be making observational drawings of the sky!
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