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– and The McGinty Speech and Language Centre

"Let your light shine”, Matthew 5. 16

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Year 5 Willow

Friday 24th September 
During our PSHE learning today we tried to empathise with a child that is a refugee. Alongside our English text we came up with issues that children, who may seek refuge in another country, may face. 
One child stood in the middle and tried to catch as many balls as they could - each ball represented a problem a child may face and as the balls came towards them quicker the child eventually ran out of space and was not able to hold all of the ‘baggage’.

This allowed us to really think about how other children may face different problems to us everyday and it’s really important that we are mindful in everything we do. 

Our Jigsaw learning

Charlie is our Mathlete well done! We have obviously been working hard on Mathletics as we got the class trophy!! Great work Willow!

Wednesday 22nd September


We've had some great home learning this week that has really helped in our history lesson -  I will add some photos of how we are using them on our working wall. 


I am so pleased with how all of you have adapted to our weekly swimming lessons and this week you were all super sensible resulting in us having a longer session in the pool. I saw lots of children really working hard on their breathing and I was pleasantly surprised to see your confidence grow!


Keep working hard!


Our Mathlete of the week in Willow class is Grace! Well done Grace!

Our day at the Kent Police open day!


Home Learning

6th September 

Welcome back everyone, we are so excited and ready to get back to school and work really hard this year!


We will try to use this page to be any information on along with anything amazing we have been working on throughout the week!


The home learning, news letter and spellings for the week will also be put on here just in case any paper copies do not make it home. 


Please feel feee to email any questions over to our class email address however if the matter is urgent please contact the school office and we often do not have time within the school day to check the emails. 

We can’t wait to get stuck in to Term 1!