Mrs Carter teaches Years 3 and 4 in Willow Class, Monday to Thursday and Miss Roberds teaches on a Friday.
Mrs Flounders, teaching assistant, supports the class during the course of the week.
Pupils learning orienteering and map reading skillsread more
As part of our Ancient Egyptian topic, Willow class visited Ipswich museum for the day…read more
Willow Class has spent three days visiting the Bradfield Woods, owned by Suffolk Wildlife Trust. The sessions have been full of den building and leaf printing activities. We measured the girth of the trees to find out how old they are. We walked through the woods to...read more
The class enjoyed investigating and experimenting with many different pieces of equipment. The children built bridges that could hold a 1kg weight. The children had to use various ways in which to sort a jar full of different materials. One of the best experiments was...read more
Willow Class decided to have a Pie Face Showdown competition to raise money for Comic Relief. Children paid to play against their friends or the teachers!read more
Following our successful trip, we dressed and acted as Romans for the day. we wrote diary extracts as if we were Romans and used our knowledge of Roman numerals to add and subtract. In the afternoon we had a magnificent feast. We had baked our own bread and then...read more
Willow Class visited Colchester Castle to see at first hand Roman artefacts. The children had the opportunity to try on Roman armour and looked at the artefacts that have been dug up and put on display, including damaged and burnt pots and helmets from Boudicca's...read more