Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Willow Class

Teacher:  Mrs E Lee-Stokes

email:  lee-stokes@whitley.n-yorks.sch.uk

Google Classroom code:  3b2kisp

Google Classroom


Every child in the school has been given a home login for google classroom (it will be their own personal school email).

Their password is generic --> Password1  (captial P)


Past Planning Overviews

 _MTP willow Aut1.pdfDownload
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Half Termly letter

Homework Booklet

Purple Mash:

From here children can access all of the resources from purple mash, there are lots of different things including the multiplication check which we do with the children every week - keep practising!



Special Achievements


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Week 3: CHAS went home with Macie this week for always thinking of others and being a great friend.

Week 2: Jess took CHAS home this week for always being caring and helpful and being kind by helping her class mate to read some information during English.

Week 1: Naomi F got CHAS this week for being lovely and really helpful to Mrs Broom with sorting out the children in need song.

Autumn 1

Daniel, Alfie, Daisy, Leah Louise, Lucie, Diego and Courtnie


Special Mention

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Week 3: Sienna got a special mention for her super newspaper report this week. She used some great language in it.

Week 2: Jack and Joseph got a special mention for their fantastic effort on times table rock stars and proving that practising really does make a difference.

Week 1: Kara got a special mention this week for pushing herself and volunteering for things she doesn't usually do.

Autumn 1

Naomi S, Cohen, Leah Louise, Peter, Will, Ollie and Oliver D.



Autumn Term

What we have been doing

In mission science we are learning about light. They have learned about different sources of light and why we have darkness.

Today the children were learning about mirrors and reflection. They children used the torches to investigate how light is reflected off smooth, flat and shiny surfaces like mirrors and bounces off at an angle to reflect the light on different objects.

They also used the mirrors to see their reflections to help them walk on the lines on the playground using only the mirrors to help them.

I'm extremely proud of all the children who took part in this, they learned the song within a few days!! Special recognition to Macie, George, Daisy, Sienna, Naomi F, Daniel and Amber who came up with the routine and then taught it to the rest of the class. Fingers crossed you see us on television on Friday.

During outdoor learning the children have been learning new skills to create their own sail boats.

In mission Art we started to look at the Russia artist Kandinsky as part of our mission.

The children learnt about who he was and look at some of his most famous paintings. The children experimented using water colour to mater their techniques to recreate his painting on concentric circles.

In PE we have been doing athletics. The children have been practising running and jumping. Today they did some amazing long jump and triple jump!


Children are asked to read every day, whether this be to an adult or another person. This can be recorded in their yellow homework diary. Please do ask children a variety of questions. A helpful sheet has been attached below to help guide the questioning around texts.

Every week children are given mental maths homework which has been differentiated to their level. Please encourage your child to complete as much of this independently before support is given, but also encourage them to use objects and pictures to aid their calculations.

Handwriting practice sheets are offered to the children each week, if your child does not take one, please do encourage them to still practice in their handwriting book at home. 

Mission possible, each half term the children are given a homework booklet, children can be as creative as they wish and if they would like to investigate a subject further then please encourage them to do so. We are always to see what the children are passionate about!

Times Table Cards

Below are the different times table cards the children need to practise with at home.

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Recommended Reading List

 Children's reading book list KS2 Y3 (7-8yrs).pdfDownload
 Children's Reading Book List KS2 Y4 (8-9yrs).pdfDownload
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