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Lego in English

Yellow Class have been enjoying the brilliant books by author Simon Bartram (http://www.simonbartram.com/) including'Man on the Moon'. This links to their Explorers topic in which they learn about significant historical figures…

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‘Cave’ Paintings

In Green Class' topic of 'Rock and Roll', the children experienced what it was like to draw cave paintings to help them question why the Stone-Age people left this record of themselves. It made some hands ache but they all showed…

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Anglo-Saxon Britain

Alongside our music and drama work from earlier in the half term (as part of the brilliant TIME project),¬†Indigo Class have developed their historical research skills by using¬†primary and secondary sources to piece together a picture…

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Blue Class Assembly

Thank you to Blue Class for their entertaining assembly on The Great Plague. Up above the audience on the stage, every child confidently delivered their lines and their amusing singing was delivered clearly and impressively. They were…

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TIME for Drama

Thank you to HMDT Music (http://www.hmdt.org.uk/), with whom we are working on a project called TIME, for arranging both the visiting performer and the training opportunities for our teachers too. Yellow and Indigo Class spent time with…

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Our great local area

Yellow Class have been out to look at the History and Geography of our local area as part of our cross curricular topic. We walked up to the castle and studied its features and then created a sketch of it including turrets, a…

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Creative Homework

Creative Homework is always an exciting assembly. It's a time for children to share their creations which they have made at home and already discussed with their class. It helps parents know what children are studying in school and the…

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Poppies

The poppies, which we all planted with the British Legion, are looking stunning and the children feel proud of their effort going to show respect towards service men and women. As part of the centenary of WWI, we decided to create our…

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Lancaster and Morecambe School Arts Trail

Yellow Class have created a brilliant piece of artwork linked to the local arts trail. Willow Lane are part of a collaboration of schools (the Lancaster and Morecambe Cluster) who work together on training, SEN and shared resources. One…

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Blue Class Assembly

Water Water Everywhere has been Blue Class's topic and their assembly linked with this. It followed two whales swimming through the oceans gaining an understanding about water from different perspectives. We met scientists and learnt…

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