On Wednesday 16th October, Willow class participated in a sports festival along with many other local schools. We travelled to Taunton Academy and were coached by Year 11 pupils. All of the children played brilliantly and a huge congratulations to team 2 who came third in the competition.
Many, many congratulations to the children from Willow class for putting together an outstanding class assembly. Everyone who came to watch thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Take a look at our fantastic water colour art. As our topic is World War 1, we focused on silhouettes of soldiers.
Friday 27th September was World Tourism Day. To celebrate, Cedar class visited Willow so the children could share their magnificent leaflets about their trip to the Isle of Wight.
In Willow class, we discussed the opportunity for children to bring in their own pencil cases from home. This document outlines the expectations and each child will sign one to show that they agree to these. Please understand that any pencil cases brought into school are the child's responsibility.
On the ferry home some of us were able to drive the boat! They did a great job and got us safely back onto dry land.
Celebrating International day of Peace before we get on the ferry. We all enjoyed the Harry Potter activities including word searches and crosswords.
Our final morning on the IOW. We all liked this picture with our groupie Benthe.
Our final day of activities have been incredible. We finished off our trip with a visit to the Needles and lots of ice cream.
A wonderful morning for a special birthday! We’ve got a busy day with more activities on site and then ice cream this afternoon.
Lots more activities on the IOW. We also visited Osborne House which was where Queen Victoria and her family spent their summer holidays.
Another great morning in the IOW. First person up and ready for all of the exciting activities!
Another fantastic day on the IOW. Lots of fantastic activities and a visit to Carisbrooke Castle.
Good morning from the Isle of Wight