Weston St Mary
CE Primary School
Inspire Believe Achieve

But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded

2 Chronicles 15:7

I can do all things through him who strengthens me

Philippians 4:13
Ofsted Good Provider

Willow Class

Hello and welcome to Willow Class.

I cannot believe it is November already! This term is always an exciting and busy one on the lead up to Christmas. We have already designed, made and decorated Greek inspired clay pots in our connections lessons, created some art for remembrance and looked at the festival, Diwali, and made our own diva lamps. We have lots more planned as well.

I will post updates on the website so please check in to see what we get up to over the next few weeks. I can’t wait to see how much more we can all learn and progress.

Miss Farmer

Willow Class

Adults: Miss Farmer and Mrs Christie

Children: Years 3 and 4

Lower KS2 Curriculum Overview

RE Curriculum

Term 1 Newsletter

Term 2 Newsletter

Half Term Project

Class Padlet

Balancing Skills

In P.E on Monday 16th November Willow class were improving their balancing skills. We evaluated how we got on, what our strengths and weaknesses were.

The children showed really good sportsmanship by encouraging their partner, giving them hints and tips when they struggled with the certain challenges. This term we will focus on improving fundamental P.E skills.

Maths

Science

Swimming

Swimming Certificates

Harvest Festival

Our PE Afternoon 21 September

Stars of the Week and Top table children from Willow Class 18 September

Well done, keep up the hard work and great behaviour at lunch time!

Paint Experiment

Willow class used paint to experiment which hand movements we must do to ensure we get soap all over our hands.

Portraits

We had a go at creating half portraits of ourselves, this is one of the final pieces. How fantastic is this! All the children took care to create the correct shape for the facial feature they we attempting to draw.