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Y3/4 - Willow

Welcome to Willow Class.

The Class Teacher is Miss Hunt.

26.1.23 Maths - Measuring volume and capacity

In Maths, this week we started to investigate volume and capacity. 

Links to Article 28, 29

Christian Values: Koinonia


Science - What is friction?

In Science, we were exploring friction! We created a fair test to see which material caused the most friction. The children identified that the smoother the surface the less friction is made. 


Links to Articles 28, 29, 13

Christian Values - Koinonia


R.E. - What is important to Sikh people?

In R.E. we started learning about a new religion. This term we will learning all about the Sikh faith. We investigated Sikh artefacts and discussed what their importance may be. 


Links to Article 28, 29, 13 and 14


Maths - Exploring length!

In Maths, we are exploring length. We used a metre stick to measure items from around the class that were less than 1 metre. Then we discovered we could use a tape measure to measure longer items. We learnt how to measure in metres and centimetres.

Links to Articles 28 and 29

We worked using koinonia.

Science - Investigating rocks!

In Science, we looked at the properties of rocks. First, we predicted which rocks were permeable. Then we carried out different experiments to test the permeability of each rock. We sorted them into groups. 


Links to Article 28 and 29. 

We used Koinonia during this experiment. 

PE - Handball

In PE this term, we have been learning the skills used in handball. We practiced our shoulder pass when working in a team. We also used our prior knowledge of defending to play a game of handball!


Links to Article 28, 29 and 31. 

Christian Values - Koinonia, Trust and Friendship

R.S.H.E - Making an emergency phone call

In R.S.H.E, we have been looking at how to stay safe. We identified what is safe and unsafe to eat and play with. The children looked at different risks and hazards around the school and at home. We looked at what an emergency was and what to do in those circumstances. The children role played an emergency phone call, they knew to ask for the appropriate emergency services and what information they needed to provide. 


Links to Article 28 and 29. 


Autumn 1 Learning Quest Letter - Time Travellers!

Phonics: How to pronounce pure sounds | Oxford Owl

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