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Year 3 & 4- Willow

Welcome to Willow Class. 


Mr Bryant- Class Teacher    Mrs Satchell- Class Teaching Assistant   Miss Green - 1:1 Teaching Assistant


Home Learning




Over the next two weeks our class will be learning about Ancient Greek myths. We have so far been rewriting the myth of Perseus and Medusa. If you are home learning, here is some learning we will be covering in class that you can complete with your child. 


Write your own quest myth that includes:

  •  a hero
  • a dangerous journey 
  • a hideous beast made up of part human part animal
  • gifts from some Greek Gods
  • a beginning, build up, problem, resolution and ending. 
  • descriptive vocabulary and varied sentence starters. (fronted adverbials) 


All times tables up to 12 x 12 and their related division facts. 

Dividing a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number. (Year 3)
Dividing a 3 digit number by a 1 digit number.  (Year 4)



Try to read as many different things as possible and as often as you can. 



Below is a list of year 3/4 spellings words.



Suggested Home Learning Time Table

Welcome back! I hope you all enjoyed the half term break. The children have come back into traditional tales week which they have thoroughly enjoyed. We focused on the true story of the Three Little Pigs and Mr Wolf's Pancake. Check out the delicious treats they made Mr Wolf and yes, they are all made out of just pancakes. 

During the spring term we learnt lots about electricity, carrying out lots of different experiments and investigations. We also looked at the picture book Belonging to see how villages, towns and cities changed over time. 

Willow Lane is a street created by Willow class. In groups they measured and cut the wood needed to make the frame of their house. They then designed and decorated the outside walls. Finally they used their expert knowledge of circuits to add working light bulbs and buzzers for a door bell.

The children spent sometime with Mr Luke in the forest school and used anything they could find to help explain what made a circuit.

Inspired by the artwork in our class story 'A Pebble in My Pocket' we made dragonflies out of twigs and seeds? Here are our attempts. We have also written instructions so you can make your own. These will follow shortly.

A few photos from our science experiments so far this term. We have before and after photos of our metamorphic rocks turning into igneous rocks by applying extreme heat. We also have some photos of the children testing the durability and permeability of different rocks.