This week we went global at Westwood with Iford School with an international day focused completely on Christmas around the World. After the success of Clover class link up with Room 104 of Georgetown Elementary school on Wednesday, sharing Christmas traditions and wishes face to face, Thursday was a fantastic opportunity for everyone to learn about how other countries celebrate Christmas.

All of the children throughout the school were put into groups and spent a session together with each teacher learning about how Christmas is celebrated in Germany, Scandinavia, China and Iceland. What was so lovely was that our school family worked so wonderfully together, supporting each other and enjoying the opportunity to work with friends that were both older and younger. The teachers all planned a super day for everyone that was enormous fun and so informative. My huge thanks to the staff for another brilliantly planned day and to the children for their outstanding behaviour and sense of fun. We all agreed this is something we would do again soon!

Here are some photos I was able to take of the children working together on International Day:

maths problems

December 12th, 2017 | Posted by Reggie in Learning - (0 Comments)

oscar goes swimming every monday if he does it every monday   how many mondays is there in a year

Math’s Problem

December 12th, 2017 | Posted by Daisy in Learning - (0 Comments)

There was 12 dog’s and Ella had to go to the shop every day.The food costs 50 p how much dos she spend a year.

December 11th, 2017 | Posted by Lucy in Learning - (1 Comments)

so i have 3452 apples and i have 2345 oranges and how meny do i have left over

This might help!







Johnny has got 104 cakes  and there are 26 students in his class how many cakes does everyone get ? 


Maths word problem

December 11th, 2017 | Posted by Emily in Learning - (0 Comments)

If a holiday costs £2030 and another holiday costs half that price, how much does the holiday cost?


December 11th, 2017 | Posted by Cameron in Learning - (0 Comments)

Happily he was running.

First he saw a bird.

he got home with his Dog

he took the dog of the lead (running around)

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