Water Safety

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  Water Safety – Home Learning Go to the Canal and River Trust site to make sure that you have learnt about water safety and that you stay SAFE this summer.

Ukulele music

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coconuts we will rock you Just The Way You Are its raining its pouring Here are the ukulele pieces Willow have been playing this term. You may like to practise over half term. Click on the link to download the … Continued

Victorian School Day

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Willow class were transported back in time this week as a part of their Victorian School Day at the Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock. The children took part in school activities as Victorian children would have experienced them, including arithmetic and … Continued

Ukulele Lessons

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In Willow Class we are learning to play the Ukulele! Our Ukulele teacher visits once a week for an hour and we take part in singing and Ukulele lessons. We are determinedly practising and making good progress.

Storytelling in Willow

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This week in Willow Class we have been putting our storytelling skills to the test! We told a story about a poor Victorian maid as a class and added actions. We then practised retelling the story in groups and to … Continued

Moon Rock

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We were amazingly lucky to be able to “Borrow the Moon” in school at the start of December.  We were able to handle rare samples of moon rocks and meteorites during a series of science lessons which were truly out … Continued

Court Hill – Willow Class

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Everyone had the most amazing time at Court Hill even if we were really tired when we got home!  Below are some extracts from our recounts about the trip which we thought you would like to read. Court Hill by … Continued

Court Hill – Day 1 – Willow Class

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Everyone is having a fantastic time building dens, bug hunting and working in teams. They have been identifying trees and thinking about the environment.  The children are settled and happy and they and the staff are worn out from all … Continued

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