Welcome to Willow Class! We are an awesome team of 20 children and 2 adults. Our teacher is Miss Raheem and wonderful teaching assistant is Mrs Johansen.
On this page you will find information about how things work in Willow Class and some useful resources that we can use to help us in our learning.
We are currently learning about light and reflections in Science as part of our Polar Express project. Here are some photos of an investigation we completed about reflective material. We thought that the most reflective material was the shiny cardboard and by using a torch we tested our theory.
We did a lot of learning about the Tempest by William Shakespeare. . As part of that project we read and acted out Shakespearean phrases from the Tempest. We learnt that 'Thou' was an old fashioned way of saying 'you' and had a lot of fun.
This week, Willow class made ANZAC biscuits for the Macmillan Cake sale today.
We learnt that ANZAC biscuits are special to Australian and New Zealanders and are made every year in April. We also learnt that ANZAC stands for Australian New Zealand Army Corps and that they were made for soldiers in World War I.
We also wrote the recipe to take home to our parents and sell with our biscuits at the cake sale.
On 13th September, Willow class celebrated 100 years since Roald Dahl's birth. We remembered the fantastic stories that he authored and looked at information about his life.
We came up with words and titles of his book to put together to create a word cloud about Roald Dahl.