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Woodlea Junior School

Gorillas

Wow, one term in and I can’t tell you how proud I am of your little Gorillas. We have all worked extremely hard, showing dedication and perseverance towards new challenges.  Spring term promises to be as stimulating as Autumn, with 27 rapidly growing and developing members of our troop, they will be guaranteed a good day, with Quinn and O’Shea. 

 

In our English unit we will be exploring fables, developing and creating our own adventurous narrative. Within Maths No Problem, we will be deepening our knowledge and understanding of division and delving into money and time. We will be going back in time again, looking at how The Bronze and Iron Age changed and shaped Britain.  In Science we will be exploring forces in action, this an incredible unit, which forms the basis of  how we interact with the movement of objects around us, be that gravity, magnetism or friction. As ever at Woodlea, we endeavour to bring our learning to life with a variety of fabulous enrichment opportunities, our project homework this term will be on Stonehenge, please do take some time to explore this.

 

We look forward to sharing our learning with you over the term, please keep an eye on our twitter and class page for pictures and updates.

 

Thank you for your support.  If you have any queries or questions, please don't hesitate to contact the school office. I look forward to updating you throughout the term and wish you a safe and happy 2024.

 

Our class governor is Rebecca Dickinson

Spring Timetable 2024

Council Representatives

Weekly Homework

Project Homework Autumn 1

Project Homework Autumn 2

Project Homework Spring 1

Head Teacher’s Award

Book Vending Gorillas

Reading Plus and TT Rock Stars

Mindfulness Week - Good To Be Me

Bridge Building - Military School

Andy Goldsworthy inspired Volcanic Art

Science in Action - Rocks, Fossils and Soils

Science In Action - Healthy Bodies

Leyland Library Visits

Building our Maths Minds

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