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Hello, and welcome to Willow Class.



I hope you've all had a fantastic holiday.

I'm looking forward to hearing about all of your adventures.


This term our topic is all about the SAVAGE Stone Age, and we will be looking at artefacts to find out about life long ago. 


The homework from all of the children was amazing, thank you for helping them.

Well done.



The book we will be reading in English is 'Stig of the Dump' by Clive King.

This is a lovely story about a boy called Barney, who befriends a caveman called Stig, who lives in a dump.

The two become firm friends and learn from each other, having wonderful adventures together.



In maths we will be working on place value and learning our tables.  Looking at shapes and measuring.



     In Science we will be looking at different types of rocks and finding out what is lurking in soil !





                                           We will be .creating our own cave paintings.          .







Arithmetic Maths tests and tables tests will continue to be on Thursday



Please could you make sure that P.E. kits are brought to school on Monday of each week and that all P.E. clothing is named.



If there is anything we can help you with, please do not hesitate to ask. Feel free to pop in and say hello before school or after school.

                                      We are very much looking forward to a fun-filled term! If you have any questions at

                                                                                  all please feel free to pop in.


Homework and Reading

Homework and reading is a very important way of supporting your child’s learning in school, thank you for helping your child with this, it really makes a difference.

Remember to read five time a week at home to gain a book token each week. When you have  successfully achieved 10 book worm tokens you can choose your own book. 



Please encourage your child to read at home and achieve a weekly book token. Please ensure that your child reads for at least 15 minutes when you sign their reading diary.


An exciting term