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Woodbridge Junior School

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11.3.21. As part of the whole school science competition, we designed bridges using just paper straws and sellotape. We then used weights to see which bridge was the strongest.

8.3.21 As part of our topic about being healthy, we designed and made our own fruit pots. They were yummy and healthy!

11.12.20 Woodbridge Star Winners... well done girls for your creativity, confidence and respect.

8.12.20 We each created a page from the book ‘Coming Home’ by Michael Morpurgo. We enjoyed using water colours to create the vibrant and intense colours used.

3.12.20 We finished our final Art projects based on mood art. We used different shades and techniques to create a mood and feeling in our art.

20.11.20 Woodbridge Stars of the Week. Well done boys for showing responsibility!

20.11.20 Debate: art or not art? We had lots of fun debating today, using persuasive language and rhetorical questions to argue our point of view.

18.11.20 We explored about colour represents mood in paintings

13.11.20 Children in Need... well done to Lily, the raffle ticket winner of a special Pudsey bear!

13.11.20 Well done to our Woodbridge Stars of the Week. Well done to Tommy, Riley and Maddy for being creative!

12.11.20 We love creating our a Roman mosaics

9.11.20 Our fantastic biographies about the first Black Roman Emperor, Severus Septimius.

6.11.20 Our Woodbridge stars of the week!

16.10.20 We performed our acrostic poems - we used rhythm, pace and gestures to enjoy our audience. What fun!

6.10.20 We created our own landscapes based on the work by the artist, John Constables.

25.9.20 Woodbridge Stars of the Week! Well done to Ronnie and Henry for being responsible this week for their learning. A huge well done to Harry for also showing responsibility during lunchtime. Good job boys!

23.9.20 We loved Music today! Instead of singing, we learned how to sign the song using actions.

22.9.20 Today we learned about adding a one digit number to a three digit number. We used base ten and number lines to help us.

16th September 2020 - In English, we identified and ordered the key events of 'The Last Wolf' by Mini Grey

9th September 2020 - Exploring our local environment