Earith Primary School

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Willow Class - Reception - Year1




Willow class teachers are Mrs Nicholls and Mrs Hobley

Teaching Assistant are - Mrs Glover, Mrs Austen, Mrs Watson


The children have had made such an effort in practicing our assembly this week.

Our alternative ending to the story of the Gingerbread Man

 Met a little girl who picked him up and ate him

Met his demise in a whirlpool – the fox made it across

Met Pegasus who flew him across the river

A little practice for our assembly below


What a fantastic time we had at Hinghinbrooke Park on Thursday - some of our pics

This week the children have been finding more out about trees.  They have collected a variety of leaves from around the school grounds and sorted them according to different characterisitics.  The children have also found out that there are two types of trees - everygreen and deciduous - and have looked at how the leaves are different on these types of trees.  They have also learnt that some trees are fruit trees - some children found the apple trees in the woodland with Mrs Watson.  They picked some apples and brought them back o the classroom.  Mrs Watson then helped Willow class to make and cook an apple and blackberry crumble.  The children thoroughly enjoyed this and there were lots of clean plates left after they had tasted the finished product.  Thank you Mrs Watson!

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The children have certainly enjoyed sharing the story Leaf Man.  The have really engaged in their leanring connected with this book.  The children enjoyed going on a nature walk around the school grounds to collect natural items.  Back in the classroom the children used the objects they had collected to create their own Leaf Man.  The children have produced their own ideas about where their own Leaf Man might travel and created a class book.  Please do come into the classroom to see the children's art work.




Here we are practicing our song for assembly this afternoon.



This week the children have continued to look at Tudor Houses.  They have finished and painted their clay tiles in the shape of a Tudor house - they will be on display in the classroom soon so do come and have a look after half term.


We have finished our work based on the book Iggy Peck, architect by looking at bridges.  The children have found out about different types of bridges and investigated what makes a bridge strong.  They discovered that a bridge with triangles or an arch supporting it was far stronger than a beam bridge.

Have wonderful half term.

This week the children in Owls have been looking at Tudor houses.  They have described and named the different features of a Tudor house.  They have used the clay to create thier own tile of a Tudor house and in the process of painting them.  Some chiudldren have used drawing and collages techniques to create a Tudor house picture and they are now on display in the classroom.

The children have also been busy at home and have built some fantastic Tudor houses! They are on display in the classroom so do come and have a look.

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