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Yr 4 - Willow

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Willow Class had an exciting day, visiting Harlow Town Park. The children learnt all about the variety of plants located around the grounds, including how we use them in our everyday lives. We used public transport to travel to and from the park and the children represent our school in a very positive light. I could not be more proud of them. Well done Willow Class.

We became rockstars with the instruments we made!

Willow Class have been investigating sound.

We have been learning about the different layers of the rainforest.

Willow class have been performing poems that they wrote about the rainforest.

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We have been busy preparing our sensory garden for winter. We cleared lots of weeds and harvested potatoes.

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We have been busy building Anglo-Saxon houses using different tools.

We have been learning about the importance of Wudu to Muslims. We followed the steps in class, identifying the importance of cleanliness before pray.

Year 4 studied animal skulls. We looked at the animal’s teeth to try and infer what it would have ate.

Willow class investigated what it is like inside a bee hive. We have been using map skillsto investigate some of the places Anglo-Saxons lived. Willow class investigated the importance of looking after our teeth through an exciting egg experiment. We worked with Year 3 to make DNA using sweets. This was an activity linked to Jeans for Genes day.

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