Spearing mammoths, making fire and learning how to build a shelter out of branches; all in a day’s work for Willoughton Primary School pupils. See what they got up to on their recent trip to Creswell Crags to learn about how to survive in the Ice Age.
Take a look at Willoughton’s film report to see just how colourful and loud a carnival can be!
On January 31st 2014 millions of people around the world welcomed in the Year of the Horse for Chinese New Year.
There was an exciting visitor to Willoughton school this morning; the pupils met a real Dalek! He was visiting the school to answer some questions about where he came from and what he was made from. The whole school are learning about science fiction and space this term, and they have been finding out more […]
Steve Plater from Dinostar recently visited Willoughton Primary to teach the whole school about dinosaurs. Mr Plater brought a lot of interesting artefacts in to show us, including an Allosaurus skull which was probably as big as 10 of our heads! He also brought in a real dinosaur egg in which was 65 million years old, […]
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Children at Willoughton Primary School celebrated the Jubilee in style by having a traditional tea party. Take a look at the film below to see exactly what they got up to. http://youtu.be/ryw8Ys4giMU
Earlier this week Children at Willoughton Primary School had a wonderful visit from The Earthbound Misfits. Mark spent the day explaining the important of forces and motion in juggling before running a workshop in the afternoon. Take a look at our film from the day
On Tuesday 8th May children from Class 2 and 3 at Willoughton Primary School were visited by a theatre company and were given the challenge of making a play in a day. The performance would be shown to friends and family at the end of the school day. This term Class 3 has been learning […]
The Young Journalist Academy is a programme established in 2008 designed to encourage young people to engage with news and current affairs by creating their own School Newsroom, media literacy projects and working across school departments. This is a fantastic opportunity that offers pupils, schools and community groups the chance to gain national recognition for the […]