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Rowan Class

Welcome to Rowan Class.


This year the teachers in Rowan class are Miss G, Mrs Baron, Miss Mulla, Mrs Barnes.



Welcome to Spring Term Part 1.


Welcome back after the Christmas holidays.  Hope you have all enjoyed your well earned rest after the extremely busy and long Autumn term and have come back refreshed and eager to get to business.


This half term we will be starting our new topic, 'Out of the Shadows'.  The focus of this topic is science where we will be looking at the physics of light, shadows, electricity and sound.  This will be linked to other areas of the curriculum, including music and pitch, Design and technology-designing communication devices and multi-media computing.  We will continue to incorporate PSHE lessons into our weekly lessons where there will be an emphasis placed on the need for positive communication, respect for viewpoints and the need to listen and consider others.


Wow what an amazing start to our Times Table Rock Star challenge!  We have already got children heading to the top of our Class Mountain.  Keep it up children and thank you parents for all your support and encouragement.


Guided reading will take place daily in class but we would urge you to listen to your child read at least three times a week at home.  Every time you hear your child read please sign their reading journal so that  your child can earn themselves a reading award.

Many children have already achieved their bronze award so we know that YOUR child can do it too with a little support.  We look forward to posting some of the award winners on Class Dojo!

Spring Newsletter

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Players from Blackburn Rovers came to talk to us about reading and getting a good education

Making festive creations for homework

Preparing for our shadow and mirror dancing

Investigating how shadows are made

Investigating which circuits work

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Investigating which circuits work 2
Investigating which circuits work 3
Investigating which circuits work 4
Investigating which circuits work 5
Investigating which circuits work 6

Rocking Times Table Rockstars!

Story boarding World War I Christmas truce - being able to empathise with the soldiers.

Christmas Truce role play and hot seating

Here are our amazing poppies made for homework.  Thank you for your creativity, imagination and hard work.

Remembrance Poppies

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Remembrance Poppies 2
Remembrance Poppies 3
Remembrance Poppies 4

A sample of our World War I work

Visit from the Royal Northern College of Music

Roman Research - children working in teams

Amazing Roman Homework

Why did the Romans Invade Britain

Should we invade Britain? We asked a Roman Emperor

Using artefacts to learn about the Romans

Creating Roman busts of important people from clay

What a fabulous getting to know you day.  Staff and children were all involved and having lots of fun.  Circle time games and team challenges encouraged us to work together to earn class dojos.

Rowan's mosaic art

Rowan class have now fostered two baby elephants in Kenya.  We will be finding out about them and what they have been getting up to throughout the year.

Mapia & Kiasa

Mapia  & Kiasa 1
Mapia  & Kiasa 2

Key Information


PE will take place on Tuesday afternoons and Friday morning.  Children will need to make sure their PE kit is in school on these days.


Swimming (Year 3's only!)  will take place on Friday mornings at the new Blackburn Swimming Baths.  Children will need to remember their swimming costumes, towels and hats (girls only).  During the same period, the Year 4 children will be having their PE session.




Keep checking Class Dojo for more information, pictures and updates.