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Welcome to Willow Class!

This year in Willow Class, our class teacher is Miss Townson and our teaching assistant is Ms Gallagher. On Tuesday Afternoons, Mrs Kendall teaches us. 

Welcome back! We hope that you had a great Christmas and New Year. This week we have been very busy trying to master the methods of written addition and subtraction. It has been tricky, but we have shown great independence and problem solving skills!

Our Learning Overview

We were visited by Father Christmas.

We finished our Roman theme by making our catapults, designing a Roman fort, painting Gods and Goddesses and making a fact file.




Class 3 enjoyed their trip to Lancaster museum to meet a Roman soldier.

We have been testing different Roman catapults for our Roman Invasion challenge.

Class 3 have created their own descriptive poetry.

We thought about how different art work tells us about the past and created our own gladiator mosaics.

We have painted pictures of St. Therese of Lisieux who inspired Little Way Week.

We have been learning about the Roman Army.

We have been perfecting our balances and travelling using our hands and feet.

Class 3 enjoying their Roald Dahl activities....

Autumn 1 Class 3 overview

Welcome back to school. Class 3 have already been extremely busy learning about our new theme 'Time Travellers' with a focus on The Roman Empire. We started our theme by creating a large class illustration of the story of Romulus and Remus.




Class 3 enjoyed our trip to tesco to learn about what athletes need to eat and drink.

It's a Knockout: capacity!

Class 3 made carnival masks at Carnforth High.

We created our own Rio Carnival music. We thought about the tempo and the texture.

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We made clay houses inspired by Skara Brae as part of our Stone Age theme.

Numeracy through football

Carnival Poetry

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We created our own carnival poetry and performed to the class. Mrs. Dewar and Ms. Joynson were very impressed.