A mixed week weatherwise but the children in Willow have been as busy as ever.
We started the week with our session of tennis and the class had a great dodgeball tournament in the afternoon.
In Maths we looked at angles and how to measure them using a protractor. The children know that there are 90 degrees in a right angle, 180 degrees in a straight line and 360 in a circle or four sided shape. In Literacy, we continued with our discussions and debate topic and we wrote letters to Mr Parkhurst to try and persuade him to look at whether we can wear non-uniform for the last three days of the term.
The children have their hoodies now and they look super; a rainbow of colours and I think they find them very comfortable – so comfortable some haven’t taken them off, even when the weather has been warm! Many thanks to the PTFA for sourcing and purchasing the Hoodies – the children are very grateful.
The children studied and compared the largest rivers in the World and we continued with our PSHE unit where I am trying to prepare the children for their forthcoming move to Secondary. We not have just under four weeks left and the time is flying by.
We conducted a Science experiment and will continue writing it up next week. On Friday we learnt more about the Shrewsbury Abbey and the children successfully completed their sketches of our great town building.
Have a super weekend.
Mr Wilmot and Mrs Lewis