19th Nov 2019
We have started a new topic in our Science called Sound. We have, so far, walked around the school ,inside and out, listening to sounds made in the classroom like talking, laughing and cars and birds singing outside. We have also tested the beat on a drum, using rice, to show how beating it lightly, […]
7th Nov 2019
In 4 Willow we have designed our own Christmas cards We used brush dye in different colours to create an effect for the night sky, we then coloured in our houses with black and silver pens to create a silhouette.
5th Nov 2019
In 4 Willow, we are studying Ancient Greek Myths and Legends as part of our topic this term. The children have re-told the story of Medusa and Perseus in their own words.
22nd Oct 2019
To go with our soup, we made Greek bread. We added most of the flour to yeast, sugar, and salt.We put our mixtures into a warm place to ‘prove’ for 15 minutes. We then added the rest of the flour and oil. We kneaded the bread mixture for 10 minutes then covered it with a […]
22nd Oct 2019
Today, in 4 Willow, we have made (and eaten) Leek and potato soup. The vegetables used were grown in gardening club in school, which the children, after washing and peeling of the potatoes, chopped and sliced. They were then put into a large saucepan with water. This was bought to the boil with vegetable stock […]
15th Oct 2019
For our Wellbeing day, the children wrote down a worry , which we discussed in class and with partners about how we could help to deal with it.
10th Oct 2019
The children in 4 Willow have emptied their ‘colon’ today, the final part of their experiment.
8th Oct 2019
Further to our healthy teeth and eating , we have moved on to the digestive system. To show how our intestines and colon work, we crushed up cream crackers in orange juice and water. We then put this ‘mixture’ in a pair of tights representing our colon. We will see what happens……..
1st Oct 2019
The pupils in 4 Willow studied the painting A Sunday Afternoon On The Island La Grande Jette By George’s Seurat. They used the pointillism technique to re-create the parasols within the painting.