A very busy Global Week which began with us chalking our long division on the front playground. In our English work, we are looking at creating stories that build tension and excitement (and are also a little bit scary). To help us with this we went out onto the field for descriptive writing. However, we … Continue reading Global Week
What an action packed first week back! On RE Day, we looked at prayer in four different religions: Sikhism, Islam, Buddhism and Judaism. We’ve also had a skateboarding workshop. All in safety kit of course!
Last night everyone enjoyed team games, dancing, delicious food, an incredible cake and so much more. Willow Class would like to say a huge thank you to all of the parents who worked so hard to put together such a memorable evening 😀 Here are a few highlights from the evening…..
What a knight was fantastic! We’ve never heard so many people complimenting us on our incredible acting, singing, dancing and comic timing! The story was set on King Arthur’s birthday. The evil black knight uses Camelot’s merrymaking for a chance to attack. She kidnaps Arthur’s daughters in an attempt to get Excalibur. The knights ( … Continue reading What a knight!
The last couple of weeks have been jam packed and full of sport. At the KS2 Swimming Gala, everyone swam brilliantly and contributed towards points for their houses in both individual and relay races. The overall champions were Mercury house who will be a watched the Woodborough School Swimming Cup. Last week, it was our … Continue reading House sports competitions
On Monday, all of Year 6 (with lots of support from parents) went to Salisbury Cathedral to take part in the special Leavers’ Service. During the morning, the children learnt about the parable of the mustard seed and how this links with growing, moving on and a time of transition in their lives as they … Continue reading Leavers’ Service at Salisbury Cathedral
On Friday morning, we finished our self-portraits in the style of Picasso by paining them with water colours. In addition to this, we completed our class animals – Phanto-Tigler – with the help of Mrs Burley and Mrs Sutherland. We are all proud of our self-portraits that demonstrate ‘This Is Me’. Thank you to those … Continue reading An inspiring end to Art Week
Yesterday, saw our Willow Class creature really come to life. Thank you to Mrs Burley and Mrs Allen Wright for supporting the children with this. There are even more elements to add today and tomorrow – we can’t wait to show you the finished creature on Friday in Art Week School Meeting! As well as … Continue reading Creativity continues…
Today we have been learning about the artist Pablo Picasso. We discovered that he created many self portraits which evolved over time. We had a go at looking closely at different facial features and planning our self portraits. After this, we tried to create self portraits in the style of Picasso. We are really pleased … Continue reading Picasso inspired self portraits!
It was a busy day, on Monday, in Willow Class as we started our art week projects. After hearing Mrs Barratt explain this year’s theme ‘ This is ME’, celebrating everyone being unique, special and themselves, we got to work in class. As a class, we decided which animals best represent Willow Class. We combined … Continue reading Art Week – This is ME