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 these features to create our Willow Class Creature. We all had a go at drawing our creature and our two parent helpers Mrs Kinderman and Mrs Burley did an amazing job helping us construct the animal. Later on, we started to cover our creature in mod roc, this will form the hard base which we will paint and decorate during the week. Can you guess which animals we’ve incorporated?
As well as this, we’ve started to design our vibrant pebbles for Finlay’s Garden. Some of us got to paint the pebbles too.
Finally, some of us started working on our poster Woodborough which we will take to the Leavers’ Service at Salisbury Cathedral next Monday. The theme for the poster fits nicely with art week as it is to represent how Woodborough School is special and demonstrate the transition to secondary school.
Willow Class got to chose what we could do for our end of SATs reward.
We chose cooking, rounders, woods, film and computing. We got to make rice-crispy cakes, we got to put on them smarties, sprinkles and marshmallows. They were very tasty and they did not make them back home. We all played a fun game of rounders and it was really close. The winners just won by a half.
In the afternoon, we went to the woods, we went into groups and made our own dens, lots of us used sticky weed. Today, we got to do computing and we got to choose what we could of done, many of us chose pivot animator we had good fun doing it. At the end of today,we got to watch Harry Potter because next topic we are looking at it.
This terms, our topic is Extreme Earth. Today, we did our first computing lesson. Willow Class went on to the Google Earth and found some active and dormant volcanoes. One of the active volcanos was erupting as some people went on to the picture! Active and Dormant volcanos looked very different. There was even a town that was around a dormant volcano! Dormant volcanos are pretty safe and are not likely to erupt. Active volcanos, on the other hand, are very likely to erupt. I think we all had fun in our first computing lesson and everyone was concentrating very hard!
By Amelia- Rose.