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26.11.2021

We had an exciting delivery in Willow Class this week - the manager at Trailfinders, Winchester, wrote to us to congratulate us on our fantastic persuasive flyers from earlier in the term. He seems confident that we would make very successful travel agents! Children have done some more brilliant writing this week and have completed their own portal stories - these have been a real labour of love so we hope you enjoyed reading them this afternoon! In Maths, we have been developing our understanding of time and applying this to solving problems and have learned about the planets, their size and distance from the sun in Science.

       

19.11.2021

Another lovely week in Willow. Children have worked tremendously hard in Maths to calculate percentages of amounts - I have been really impressed with children's determination to grasp this. In English, we have finished our portal story innovations, which are really wonderful to read. Children have also planned their own, which we hope to be able to finish in time to show you at exhibition this week. In Science, we discussed how the curiosity of Nicolaus Copernicus has changed the world and we have been celebrating our differences as part of Anti-Bullying Week.

 

12.11.2021

Willow have worked hard again this week! Children have commenced a new unit in Maths, where they have applied their knowledge of multiples to find equivalent fractions. In English, we are using class-writes to write a practice version of a portal story. Willow worked as a team to create a story, which transports the main character to space! Do ask your child to re-tell it at home! As part of our Remembrance commemorations, children have also spent time creating black-out poetry and the Y6’s represented our school at the war memorial on Thursday. It was lovely to see you all at parent’s evenings this week – please do get in touch if you weren’t able to attend.

                     

                          

05.11.2021

I am SO proud of Willow this week: they have made a fantastic start to this half term and have worked extremely hard. We have had lots of fun in English learning a portal story to help us write our own over the coming weeks and in Maths, we have been learning efficient methods for dividing numbers and applying this to problems - the progress children have made in this area this week has really blown me away! Willow have also enjoyed investigating the effects of friction in Science this week.

         

     

22.10.2021

What a great end to half term! Children have had a busy week finishing their persuasive flyers, advertising holidays to US cities. A lot of effort has gone in to them and I'm sure you'll agree they are fantastic! I am really proud of the commitment children have shown during this unit of work. In Maths, children have revised the methods of short and long multiplication to solve calculations and in Science, we have been learning about the force of friction and considering its uses in our lives. We ended the half term with a day of D.T., where we applied our knowledge of forces from Science to design, make and evaluate parachutes to keep an egg safe! A lot of fun was had!

 

15.10.2021

Willow have had a fantastic week! Children have made a brilliant start to their hot write; persuasive flyers about US cities that the children have researched. I have been astounded by the children's writing so far and I cannot wait to share the finished products with you! In Maths, children have made a great start to their new unit of learning - they have had fun finding factor pairs and creating factor and multiple chains. Children have enjoyed exploring one-point linear perspective in art and have considered how it revolutionised art during the Renaissance Period. In Science, children had great fun investigating water resistance and using blue tack to determine the most appropriate shape for a submarine!

          

08.10.2021

Willow have had another great week. They have persevered at calculating perimeter in Maths and have enjoyed innovating a persuasive flyer advertising Micheldever as a holiday destination: we all enjoyed a walk around the village in the sunshine identifying key sites that would be attractive to a visitor. Children have worked hard to apply what they saw and discussed on their visit in their writing. Children have also continued to enjoy learning about the USA, this week, its human geography!

                            

01.10.2021

Willow have had a great week and have really enjoyed getting stuck into their new units of learning! In English, children have been learning about what makes a good persuasive flyer. Children have put actions to three paragraphs and can say it off by heart! We have found balancing equations in Maths a little tricky but I've been impressed with their resilience and persistence! In Project, children have loved learning about the USA; they have particularly enjoyed the challenge of seeing how many states they can recall! I'm sure they'd love to show off their knowledge at home!

    

24.09.2021

Willow have had another great week. Children have produced some fantastic biographies of Renaissance Figures and  I was particularly impressed by the reciprocity they showed when supporting one another in editing their writing. Children have made a start on their new addition and subtraction unit in Maths and have loved having some extra PE with Mr Menning. A real highlight has been designing and planning games to play with buddies down in Oak, who children met on Thursday! Very exciting! We look forward to spending more time with our buddies throughout the year.

                                

17.09.2021

Willow have had another busy week! Children have applied their knowledge of place value to representing and estimating numbers on a number line and rounding numbers. In English, children have learned how to extend their sentences by using relative clauses and have drafted paragraphs for biographical writing next week. In Project, we explored how maps have changed thanks to the curiosity of explorers and advancements in technology and in Science, children enjoyed learning about air resistance.

        

10.09.2021

Willow have made a great start to the new term and I am very excited for the year ahead with them. We have enjoyed considering our project enquiry question, 'Can Curiosity Change Our World?' and have researched significant figures from the Renaissance Period to support our answers. Our research has also inspired some biographical writing, which we will complete next week. In Maths, children have revised place value and have been working to read, write, order and compare some rather large numbers on a Graffiti River

                                      

23.07.2021

And just like that this academic year is over! We have had a lovely last week of term. Children performed superbly well at their end of term production, ‘Heroes of Troy’ and we so loved having you come and look at the learning we’ve been doing this term. Children have enjoyed spending time with each other in the sunshine at the field and in the churchyard this week and have taken time to reflect on the things they are grateful for this year and thought ahead to things they are excited for in September. It has been a pleasure teaching Willow class this year. Y6’s- all the best in your next adventure and Y5’s, I look forward to seeing you in September. Have a lovely summer! 

                 

16.07.2021

Willow have had such a fun penultimate week of term involving lots of sport! Children displayed lots of the Olympic values at our Sports afternoon on Monday  and enjoyed their Tokyo 360 Day on Tuesday – Boxercise and Shooting were firm favourites! In addition to this, children have worked hard to find similar rectangles using England flags, which required their knowledge of ratios to support them, and have completed their chapters of ‘Who Let the God’s Out?’ Some absolutely fantastic writing! Children have also worked hard to get things ready for their production of ‘Heroes of Troy’ next week! You’re in for a treat!

 

09.07.2021

I have been so impressed by the wonderful writing Willow have completed this week. They have worked hard to re-write a chapter from our school novel, who Let The Gods Out, by Maz Evans. Children have made use of the resources around them and the feedback from adults to create some fantastic, entertaining and descriptive writing. Well done everyone! In addition to writing, children have worked hard to calculate ratios and enlarge shapes using scale factors in Maths and have taken a very mature and sensible approach to their learning in RSE. Well done Willow!

    

              

02.07.2021

In Willow this week, children have started a mini-maths unit exploring ratio. Children have displayed real resilience with this: despite it being new and intimidating for many, children have worked hard to develop their understanding. Children have done some lovely writing reflecting on the last year and, of course, Marwell has been a highlight for us all - the sloth, tiger and giraffes being firm favourites! Willow have also had a visit from the fire service this week and have made excellent headway in their production! 

 

   

School Trip to Marwell

Willow had a great break away from the classroom as they embarked on a school trip to Marwell Zoo! Children enjoyed observing all the animals, particularly the tiger, giraffes and rhinos! Children also got a lucky glimpse of the resident sloth on the move in the Tropical House.  As we made our way around, children thought about the ways in which species had adapted to suit their habitats. 

 

Project Day!

Willow Class had a well-earned Project Day to mark the end of their SATs week. I'm so proud of how hard the children have worked and the resilience they have shown this week. As part of our day today, children created leitmotifs associated with Greek gods and goddesses using graphic scores and percussion instruments. They tasted a selection of Greek foods and I was so impressed with how many children 'gave it a go'! Greek yoghurt with honey was a firm favourite! This afternoon, we practiced our end of term production, which is coming along nicely! 

25.06.2021

A HUGE ‘Well Done!’ to Willow children for all their hard work this week. Year 6’s approached their SATS papers with maturity and really gave their all- I am very proud of them. The Year 5’s have also worked hard to create posters about countries drawn in our class Euro 2020 sweepstake! When children weren’t completing SATS papers or poster-making, they practiced using figurative language in their writing, found percentages of amounts, had a go at ‘Zentangle’ patterns and even made a start on the end of term production! To end the week, and as a celebration of all their hard work, children participated in a Project Day and tasted some Greek foods! What a busy week, indeed!

 

18.06.2021

This week in Willow, we have enjoyed sharing our experiences of last week with one another. Children have written recounts of their favourite day from residential or, in the case of Year 5s, a day they particularly enjoyed over half term. Children have also begun their new unit of writing, where they will be re-writing a chapter of our class novel, 'Who Let the Gods Out?' We have revised how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions in Maths and have conducted an experiment in Science investigating the impact of exercise on our heart rates. Y6 children have also learned how to use a bicycle safely on the road in their 'Bikeability' sessions AND have started to learn some songs for the end of term production. A super busy week!

 

11.06.2021

Willow have had a rather different, but fantastic week this week. Y6 have been away at Calshot on their residential, where they have had fun kayaking, climbing, skiing, orienteering and much more. I have been blown away by children’s resilience and teamwork and am very proud of them. Meanwhile, the Y5’s have been busy making a book about what life was like during Ancient Greek times, as part of their Project work. They will share what they’ve learned with the Year 6’s upon their return next week!

Calshot Residential Update 10.06.21

We have thoroughly enjoyed today! There was a change to our schedule, which meant we began the day with kayaking, instead of sailing. It was a real hit and has been a highlight of the week for many of us. This afternoon, we completed 'Initiative Tasks' and climbing before spending the evening doing the 'Ringo' (sliding down the ski slope in a big ring!) It was FANTASTIC and a lovely way to spend our last evening together. We have also spent time today reflecting on the past week and sharing our experiences and highlights. Children have each gained an award, which we are looking forward to telling you about when we see you tomorrow! 

Calshot Residential Update 09.06.21

We have had another fun-filled day at Calshot and are sad to think that tomorrow is our last full day together here! We began the day with a second go on the ski-slopes - it was wonderful to see how much children's confidence had grown since their first session. We then had great fun crate stacking and were reminded of the importance of communication and teamwork! This afternoon, we took part in 'Epic Engineering' and the team swing, which were both great, and ended the evening with a tour of Calshot Castle and some bridge making! We are SO excited for sailing tomorrow. 

Calshot Residential Update 08.06.21

Wow! What a day we've had! Air rifle shooting (a hidden talent of Mrs Webber's!), climbing, orienteering, several games of 'Camouflage' (a new favourite we're keen to teach the Year 5's) and an evening of scavenger hunting and art making on the beach! Children have thrown themselves into everything and have had such fun together. We are so proud of them!

Calshot Residential Update 07.06.21

The children have had a fantastic start to their time here at Calshot. We have all enjoyed archery, skiing and rocket building today! We are looking forward to more fun tomorrow! 

 

28.05.2021

Willow have worked exceptionally hard this week. In English, children have applied all they've learned over the past fortnight to write balanced arguments discussing whether or not democracy was the most important legacy left by the Ancient Greeks. They have made for really interesting reading! In Maths, children have been writing algebraic expressions and solving equations! I've been particularly impressed by children's determination with this. Willow have also been exploring Muslim rites of passage in RE and enjoyed an extra PE lesson with Mr Donaldson from Henry Beaufort.

 

 

 

21.05.2021

Willow have carried out some brilliant writing this week in preparation for their hot write next week, where children will be writing balanced arguments considering the most significant contribution the Ancient Greeks made to society today. In Maths, we have moved on to looking at coordinates on all four quadrants; translating and reflecting shapes. In Science, children moved around the classroom to understand how the circulatory system carries blood and nutrients around the body and got messy in Project by making Papier Mache Greek vases! We hope to paint them next week! In PSHE, Y6's created a 'Conscience Alley' when considering 'Power and 'Control'.

                                         

                     

14.05.2021

Willow Class have had another brilliant week! Children have enjoyed finding missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals and have revised the properties of 2D and 3D shapes. In English, we have started a unit on balanced arguments, which has inspired some debates around some contentious topics such as school uniforms: I have been particularly impressed with children's ability to see both sides of an argument. In Project, children have carried out some research about how the Ancient Greeks changed the world and have created posters to showcase what they have learned. In Science, we used tights, bananas and crackers to model how the small intestine absorbs nutrients into our blood and we had a delivery from Saints Football Club in response to the letters we sent last term! Exciting!

 

Thank you, Saints!

Today, we opened a very special parcel from Southampton Football Club containing a letter and some signed goodies in recognition for our hard work in letter writing to them last term! Mrs Webber even got a signed shirt! Well done Willow Class for all your hard work. 

07.05.21

We have been busy in Willow again this week! Children have worked hard to complete their non-chronological reports on Ancient Greek gods and goddesses and have used the illustrations by Victoria Topping in the book 'Mythologica'  as inspiration for some photo editing work in computing. In Maths, children have been drawing angles accurately using a ruler and protractor and have started applying their knowledge to finding missing angles on a straight line and round a point. In Science, we have been learning about the structure of the heart and its important function in our bodies and have been thinking about mental wellbeing and online safety in our PSHE sessions.

             

 

 

30.04.21

Willow have had another brilliant week full of fantastic learning. Children have been revising types of angle as well as learning new ones including reflex and straight. They have also learned how to use a protractor in Maths! In English, children have practiced using cohesive devices to help their writing flow and in Project, children have continued their learning about Greek gods and goddesses with a 'Knowledge Harvest-Heptathlon'! Children have also been exploring the myth 'Theseus & the Minotaur'; Ancient Greek beliefs about the after-life; AND have looked at the function and composition of the blood in Science! We HAVE been busy!

 

Knowledge-Harvest-Heptathlon!

We enjoyed sharing and collecting information about 7 of the Ancient Greek gods and goddesses this week, in preparation for our non-chronological report writing. 

 

Clay Bust Making

Look at our amazing sculptures! Willow Class have worked incredibly hard to create clay busts of themselves as Greek gods and goddesses as part of their Project launch this week. They began by looking at examples of real life busts of Greek gods and goddesses and then explored the dimensions of the face through sketch. They then applied what they'd learned and produced these models which, I think you'll agree, are fantastic!

Volume and Capacity

Willow children have had fun investigating volume and capacity this week. They launched the unit by exploring different ways of making shapes with a volume of 12 cubic centimetres. 

Welcome Back, Everybody!

  

Really well done to Willow children, who have made a fantastic start to their time back in the classroom. The class have been really busy this week revising the skills required to find the perimeter of 2D shapes. They have also sent off their letters to Southampton Football Club, encouraging the Kit & Equipment Team to think about further ways they could reduce their impact on the environment. Children even took a trip to the post box to check they had been sent !

Willow class exhibition - Autumn Term 2020

Have a watch of our exhibition video below to see all the learning we have been doing this term.

w/c 16th November

Willow have moved on to multiplication in Maths this week and have shown great resilience in learning a formal written method to show their workings. Children are prepped and ready to start writing their diary entries in English and have really enjoyed exploring the concept of power in RE and what some Christians believe about God's power. Take a look at our class Word Cloud! 'P' for Power:  

Resilient Ruby!

As a school, we've been exploring the four Learning Powers. Each power is associated with an animal and Willow have worked hard to create stories about how each animal gained their learning power to share with the rest of the school. This week, we are looking at 'Resilient Ruby'. Who will win our 'School Values' star of the week for showing resilience this week?

Remembrance Day

We hope you have had chance to take a look at the Remembrance Video put together by KS2, which you can find on our homepage. In addition, Willow have undertaken a 'Butterfly Project', which provides a poignant reminder of those who have died in war, including Jewish children, which has been the focus of our WW2 learning this term.  Children have worked exceptionally hard to create a beautiful final product and it can be seen at the main gate. Here's a sneak preview:

w/c 2nd November

Willow have made an excellent start to the new half term. In Maths, children have been applying their knowledge of rounding to make estimations of answers to addition and subtraction problems. They have also started looking at diary entries in English and have expressed great enthusiasm about the life of Anne Frank, who they'll be studying this term. In the afternoons, children have been learning about 'Learning Powers' and have been writing stories to help the launch of these across the school. In addition, children have enjoyed making use of the library, which is now stocked full of new books - thankyou to those of you involved in our 'Sponsored Read'.

w/c 19th October

Willow have really enjoyed their last week of the half term. Children have worked really hard to write stories from the perspective of objects. They have also applied their knowledge of electrical circuits to create Morse Code machines and have visited the school allotment to prepare it for growing winter vegetables, as people would have done during WW2. Well done to Esther and Jonathan, our Stars of the Week.

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w/c 12th October

Willow have had another fantastic week of learning. In Maths, we've applied our knowledge of rounding and multiplying my 10, 100 and 1000 to decimal numbers and we've made excellent progress in English, where we've worked really hard to vary our sentence structures in preparation for story writing next week. In RE, we've contextualised the concept of 'Belonging' by looking at the duties of Muslims, Christians and Jews.

w/c 21st September

Willow have had another great week and have made excellent progress with their newspaper reports in English and place value in Maths, where they've been applying their knowledge to more complex problems. We have conducted investigations in Science and have taken the role of reporters and eye-witnesses in Project. We have also started learning about the Kindertranport and making leaflets for children arriving in Britain pre-WW2.

w/c 14th September

We started our week with a book tasting session (see below). We really enjoyed it and came away with some great new books we look forward to reading! We have also started some fantastic work in Maths looking at place value and have started looking at Newspaper Reports in English, where we will be reporting on the event of 'Kristallnacht' (The Night of Broken Glass). In Project, we have looked at the countries involved in WW2 and have placed them on a map. In Science, we revised symbols of a circuit by using chalk on the playground!

 

Welcome to the Book Café!

Today, Willow Class experienced a book tasting! You may remember the 'Sponsored Read' children undertook in the Spring Term. Today, children were able to "taste" some of the fantastic books that have arrived.

"It was fun and exciting!" - Daisy

"I liked the fact I came away with some great books!" - Florence

"I am excited to read something new!" - Arthur

 

w/c 7th September 2020

This week, Willow Class have begun their topic on World War 2. We have studied the origins of the war as well as created memory boxes; gas masks and learned how to darn a sock! We have also experienced an air raid in our very own air raid shelters! We have been thinking about our identities and how we are special and unique. This has led some fantastic art work! We have also started our topic on electricity in Science, where we practiced making circuits!

Welcome to Willow Class with Mrs Webber

 

Science Day!

We welcomed some visitors to Micheldever today to celebrate British Science Week. We had some visitors from Winchester cathedral, who taught us all about Medieval medicine and visitors from Lionel Hitchin, who taught us all about food flavourings. We had lots of fun learning through some hands on activities. 

  

Dirty Beasts!

Thank you to all those who supported our World Book Day celebrations by enabling their child to come to school dressed as a Roald Dahl character. In Willow, we had a range of characters including: Matilda, Esio Trot, Bean, Bunce, Fantastic Mr Fox, Mr Willy Wonka, Miss Honey, Danny the Champion of the World, Mr Twit and the Wormwoods. Mrs Webber couldn't pass an opportunity to spend the day in her slippers, so came as Sophie from the BFG!

To continue the celebrations, we looked at Roald Dahl's 'Dirty Beast' poems and created some of our own. We've put them together in a class book to share with you at our class exhibition.

 

Spelling Shed

This week, we launched 'Spelling Shed' - a web based spelling game, through which Mrs Webber can set spelling homework and other activities. The children are all very excited about it and have enjoyed familiarising themselves with how it works.

Ndebele Patterns

We took inspiration from the Ndebele tribe in Africa, and created some of our own patterns using masking tape and acrylic paint. We transferred these onto t-shirts, which we hope to wear when we serve you food at our Meal 4 Change on the 23rd March! Please keep that evening free as it promises to be a wonderful fun-filled, uplifting event. 

  

SATs Information Meeting

Thank you to all the Y6 parents who attended the SATs Information Meeting on Monday evening. I hope you found it useful. If you were unable to attend, some highly recommended CGP revision resources are available to purchase at a reduced cost of £4. Please send the money in with your child as soon as possible. All the information and resources shared at the meeting can be found here.

In the 'Hot Seat'

This afternoon, we played the roles of Malawian children. Members of our group then asked us questions about our lives to help with our diary writing later this week. Mrs Webber was impressed with our imaginations and looks forward to reading them!

African Activity Morning

We have had SUCH an exciting morning! We welcomed Kwame, from Ghana, to Micheldever, who taught us some African dances, songs and drumming! We then performed everything we'd learned to the rest of the school. It was just wonderful!

 

A 'Well' Exciting Afternoon!

In order to get a glimpse into the lives of Malawian children, we discussed what it might be like having to go and collect water for your family each day. We worked out that an average UK 10 year old requires approximately 200 litres of water each day (including one load of washing and one cycle of the dishwasher). We had a go at using a pulley system (created by the wonderful Mrs Hann) to retrieve 30L of water from a 'well' in our apparatus area. We talked about the importance of reducing spillage and also had a go at carrying 15L buckets of water across the playground. By the end of the activity, we were all in agreement that we are extremely lucky to be able to have such easy access to clean water.

  

Vloggers for Justice!

In RE, we have been looking at the concept of Justice. Today, we looked at it in a religious context by looking at the parable of the Lost Son. Children then went away and recorded vlogs from the perspective of each of the characters to develop their understanding. 

      

Maths on the Move

Today, we had our introduction to Maths on the Move - a sequence of lessons, which teaches Maths through movement. The children also enjoyed their first Tri-golf session. We will look forward to this on a Friday afternoon!

Welcome Back!

Happy New Year and welcome back! We had a great day in Willow today, kick-starting our new topic; "Can success come from adversity?" We will be using the study of Africa to help us in answering this question. We started by discussing our perceptions of the continent, before moving on to look at a 'Bedsheet' map of Africa. Children practiced using coordinates to accurately place all of the countries! It's hanging at the back of our room - you're welcome to pop in and have a look! 

Exhibitions

Thank you so much to all those of you who came along to our exhibition this week. We really loved celebrating our learning with you. We hope you enjoyed your morning with us and perhaps learned something new, too! 

Green Ambassadors

Huge well done to our Green Ambassadors for putting on such an informative assembly today, on how we can all play our part in helping our environment. As a school, we've all vowed to make more of an effort to put waste in the correct bin and to be more proactive in switching lights off when they're not in use.

E-Safety

Over the past few weeks, we've been looking at how we can keep ourselves safe online. Today, the lesson was focused on how we should conduct ourselves online, and the consequences of poor choices. We spent some time checking out the BBC app, Own It, which prompts children to think before sending! Check it out here

D.T. Day!

Today, Willow Class had the challenge of designing and creating a parachute, which could safely transport an egg to the ground. I was really impressed by the children's application of Science knowledge and the collaboration they showed, both within and across teams. Congratulations to our winning team, pictured below with their final product. All of the children's finished designs are hanging proudly in our classroom - we look forward to showing them to you on Exhibition Day! 

 

Congratulations!

Congratulations Willow, on your FANTASTIC performance of Macbeth at the Haymarket Theatre. Not only was the final product something you should all be incredibly proud of, but the way you worked as a team both on and off stage was just wonderful. Well done! 

Quidditch!

Willow had great fun playing Quidditch this morning and did a great job applying some of their attacking and defending skills learned in Tag Rugby last half term. Congratulations to Ravenclaw who won today's tournament! The trophy can be found in our cabinet at the School Reception.

Double, double, toil and trouble!

Today, Willow Class showed their production of Macbeth to Birch Class. If you are coming along to the real thing at Haymarket Theatre next month - you are in for a real treat! The children have all worked so hard and they should be really proud of themselves. Here's a glimpse of the three weird sisters in costume! 

 

Lunar Learning!                                                   

We had great fun in Science today, where we began looking at the movement of the moon relative to Earth. In groups of three, children replicated the Earth's orbit around the sun AND the moon's orbit around the Earth. We then moved on to look at different phases of the moon using polystyrene balls as a visual aid! Children have been encouraged to keep a moon diary over the next month to see how the moon changes. We'll be extending our knowledge of the moon phases next week, when we'll introduce some more sophisticated vocabulary. I wonder if your child could tell you the phases they've learned in class today?

Shakespeare Festival Company Workshop

 We had a fantastic time at the Haymarket Theatre last week, where we met with 'experts' who gave us five top tips for our production next month. Children have shown a great amount of enthusiasm and commitment to our performance of 'Macbeth' and the final product is something they should feel very proud of. If you haven't done so already, you can purchase tickets from the Box Office website.  More tickets are expected to be released at the end of the month. 

 

 

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"; alertify.confirm( DraftResponse, function (e) { if (e) { //after clicking OK { needToConfirm = false; document.getElementById("SaveDraft").value = 'y'; document.getElementById("Submit").click(); } } }); } function changeURL(){ document.getElementById('fieldset_newaddress').style.display = 'inline-block'; document.getElementById('fieldset_folder').style.display = 'inline-block'; document.getElementById('fieldset_subfolder').style.display = 'inline-block'; document.getElementById('button-change-URL').style.display = 'none'; } function contentfieldhide(){ document.getElementById('EditorHolder').style.display = 'none'; document.getElementById('fs-externallink').style.display = 'block'; document.getElementById("pageExternalLink").focus(); } function contentfieldshow(){ document.getElementById('EditorHolder').style.display = 'block'; document.getElementById('fs-externallink').style.display = 'none'; document.getElementById('fullT').style.height = '700px'; } //Show password function shopass() { var x = document.getElementById("PagePassword"); if (x.type === "password") { x.type = "text"; } else { x.type = "password"; } } function getChars(fieldtouse) { var str = $(fieldtouse).val(); var numChars = 0; if(str) { numChars = str.length; }; return numChars; } // change page thumb field icon if they remove file $("#PageThumb").keyup(function() { var input = $(this); if( input.val() == "" ) { input.css( "background-image", "url(/admin/img/icon-photo.png)" ); } }); // show full size image on hover $('#imagethumb').hide(); //When the Image is hovered upon, show the hidden div using Mouseover $('#PageThumb').hover(function() { $('#imagethumb').show(); },function() { $('#imagethumb').hide(); }); $("input#pagetitle").focus(function(){ //Get object: var objCount = getChars("#pagetitle"); //Print data: $(".chars").text(objCount); }); $("input#pagetitle").keyup(function(){ //Get object: var objCount = getChars("#pagetitle"); //Print data: $(".chars").text(objCount); }); $(document).ready(function() { $("#pagetitle").focus(); }); $("textarea#PageOverview").focus(function(){ //Get object: var objCountTA = getChars("#PageOverview"); //Print data: $(".charsTA").text(objCountTA); }); $("textarea#PageOverview").keyup(function(){ //Get object: var objCountTA = getChars("#PageOverview"); //Print data: $(".charsTA").text(objCountTA); }); //switch between versions $("#versionslist li button.switchversion").each(function(){ var PCID = $(this).attr("value"); $(this).click(function(){ var layoutmessage = '

Are you sure you want to leave the current version without saving and switch to the selected version?

'; alertify.confirm( layoutmessage, function (e) { if (e) { //after clicking OK { needToConfirm = false; window.location.href = "/admin/pages/"+PCID; } } }); }); }); //delete version $("#versionslist li button.deleteversion").each(function(){ var PCID = $(this).attr("value"); $(this).click(function(){ var layoutmessage = '

Are you sure you want to delete this version of the page?

'; alertify.confirm( layoutmessage, function (e) { if (e) { //after clicking OK { needToConfirm = false; window.location.href = "/admin/fh/page_version_delete.asp?pageID=11127&PCID="+PCID; } } }); }); }); //Has Ul on select menu $( ".select-menu-list ul li" ).has( "ul" ).addClass( "has-subpages" ); //Hide and show Subpages $( ".select-menu-list ul li.has-subpages span" ).click(function() { $(this).parent().toggleClass( "show-subpages" ); $(this).toggleClass( "open" ); }); //POP UP - Open and close Select Menu $(function() { //run when the DOM is ready $("#MenuTab").click(function() { //use a class, since your ID gets mangled $(".box-select-menu").addClass("show-select-menu"); //add the class to the clicked element }); }); $(".close-select-menu").click(function(){ $(".box-select-menu").removeClass("show-select-menu"); }); $(".click-here-to-close-window").click(function(){ $(".box-select-menu").removeClass("show-select-menu"); }); //POP UP - Open and close Create Folder $(function() { //run when the DOM is ready $("#btn-create-new-folder").click(function() { //use a class, since your ID gets mangled $(".box-create-folder").addClass("show-create-folder"); //add the class to the clicked element }); }); $(".close-create-folder").click(function(){ $(".box-create-folder").removeClass("show-create-folder"); }); $(".click-here-to-close-window").click(function(){ $(".box-create-folder").removeClass("show-create-folder"); }); $(".pubdatefields").change(function(){ $.datepicker.formatDate('dd/mm/yyyy'); var DateToday = new Date(); var StartPubInput = document.getElementById('startpublishingdate').value; var StartPubDate = new Date(StartPubInput.split('/')[2], StartPubInput.split('/')[1] - 1, StartPubInput.split('/')[0]); var StopPubInput = document.getElementById('stoppublishingdate').value; var StopPubDate = new Date(StopPubInput.split('/')[2], StopPubInput.split('/')[1] - 1, StopPubInput.split('/')[0]); if (StartPubDate > DateToday) { $("#sidebtnpublish").html('Save
scheduled
'); $("#Submit").html('Save
scheduled
'); } if (StartPubDate < DateToday) { $("#sidebtnpublish").html('Save &
publish
'); $("#Submit").html('Save &
publish
'); } if (StopPubDate < DateToday) { $("#sidebtnpublish").html('Save
expired
'); $("#Submit").html('Save
expired
'); } if (StartPubDate > StopPubDate) { var DatesResponse = "

The Start Publishing Date is after the Stop Publishing Date - this means that the item will never appear.

Please check if this is really what you intend."; alertify.alert(DatesResponse); $("#sidebtnpublish").html('Save
expired
'); $("#Submit").html('Save
expired
'); } }); //on load functions Scrolling bar, add class to tables (function($){ $(window).load(function(){ $("#select-menu-box").mCustomScrollbar(); //tinymce.activeEditor.dom.setAttrib(tinymce.activeEditor.dom.select('table'), 'class', 'tableborder TableBorder'); }); })(jQuery); //SELECT MENU TAB ----- >> Copy menu text to input value $(".box-select-menu .select-menu-list ul li a").each(function(){ var selectMenuTxt = $(this).attr("rel"); //Var For hidden inputs var sectionIDattr = $(this).find("input[type='hidden']").attr( "name" ); var parentIDattr = $(this).find("input[type='hidden']").val(); $(this).click(function(){ //Change the values on relevant inputs $("input#sectionID").val(sectionIDattr); $("input#ParentPageID").val(parentIDattr); $("input#MenuTab").val(selectMenuTxt); $("#ShowInNav").attr("checked", true); //Add class to selected li $(".select-menu-list ul").find( ".selectedmenu" ).removeClass("selectedmenu"); $(this).parent().addClass( "selectedmenu" ); //Close popup window $(".box-select-menu").removeClass("show-select-menu"); }); }); //SELECT MENU TAB ----- >> Does not belong to a menu tab $("#no-menu-tab").each(function(){ var selectMenuTxt = $(this).text(); $(this).click(function(){ $("input#MenuTab").val(selectMenuTxt); $(".box-select-menu").removeClass("show-select-menu"); }); }); //CHANGE TEXT ON NEW ADDRESS ------->>> Parent folder $(".page-address-form ul.input-select-options li").bind('click', function(){ var data = $(this).attr('rel'); // $(".parent-folder").text(data + "/"); $(".parent-folder").text(data); }); //CHANGE TEXT ON NEW ADDRESS ------->>> Subfolder $("#subfolder").on("input", function() { var subFolderText = this.value; console.log(subFolderText); // $(".subfolder").text(subFolderText + "/"); $(".subfolder").text(subFolderText); }); var RoleWarning = "

You have specified both a user role and a page password.

To access content users would need to enter their username and password, AND also add the page password.

We recommend that you choose only one of these options.

"; $(".standard-form form fieldset#fieldsetRoleID .input-select-options li").each(function(){ var selectedRoleID = $(this).attr("rel"); $(this).click(function(){ // check if role set to 'Any website visitor' AND a password has been specified var selectedPassword = $('#PagePassword').val(); if((selectedRoleID!='1014') && (selectedPassword !='') && (selectedPassword !='undefined') && (selectedPassword != null)){ alertify.alert(RoleWarning); } }); }); $("#PagePassword").change(function() { var selectedRoleID = $(".standard-form form fieldset#fieldsetRoleID .input-select-options li.selected").attr("rel"); var selectedPassword = $('#PagePassword').val(); // check if role set to 'Any website visitor' AND a password has been specified if((selectedRoleID!='1014') && (selectedPassword !='') && (selectedPassword !='undefined') && (selectedPassword != null)){ alertify.alert(RoleWarning); } });

" ) ); var updatedInitialText = document.getElementById('hiddenEditor').innerHTML; $("textarea#fullT").val(updatedInitialText); function div2Para(){ var textarea = document.getElementById("fullT"); textarea.value = textarea.value.replace(/

([^<]*)<\/div>/gi, "

$1

"); //textarea.value = textarea.value.replace(/
([^<]*)<\/div>/gi, "

$1

"); } div2Para();

 

 

Are you sure you want to change the page type to "+changetoname+"?

To confirm this change, click the blue Save & publish. button.

Are you sure you want to restore the default content?

Note: previous saved versions are availble in the 'Versions' list.

Are you sure you want to leave this version of the page and create a duplicate?

Are you sure you want to see the raw code? You will lose any changes you have made.

Leave page and view the raw code?

Are you sure you want to return to the editor view? You will lose any changes you have made.

Return to the editor view?

WARNING

This will delete the page and all versions from the website entirely.

Alternatively you could:
- disable the page, or
- remove it from the menu.

Delete page forever?

This will disable the page on the public website, but keep it in the Greenhouse CMS.

Disable page?

This will enable the page on the public website.

Enable page?/p>"; alertify.confirm( EnableResponse, function (e) { if (e) { //after clicking OK { needToConfirm = false; document.getElementById("pageEnabled").value = '1'; document.getElementById("Submit").click(); } } }); } //save draft version function savedraft() { var DraftResponse = "

This will create a new version of this page containing the content in the editor window.

This new version will only be visible in the Greenhouse CMS.

The CMS will retain up to the 15 latest versions.

Save new draft version?

Are you sure you want to leave the current version without saving and switch to the selected version?

Are you sure you want to delete this version of the page?

The Start Publishing Date is after the Stop Publishing Date - this means that the item will never appear.

Please check if this is really what you intend."; alertify.alert(DatesResponse); $("#sidebtnpublish").html('Save
expired
'); $("#Submit").html('Save
expired
'); } }); //on load functions Scrolling bar, add class to tables (function($){ $(window).load(function(){ $("#select-menu-box").mCustomScrollbar(); //tinymce.activeEditor.dom.setAttrib(tinymce.activeEditor.dom.select('table'), 'class', 'tableborder TableBorder'); }); })(jQuery); //SELECT MENU TAB ----- >> Copy menu text to input value $(".box-select-menu .select-menu-list ul li a").each(function(){ var selectMenuTxt = $(this).attr("rel"); //Var For hidden inputs var sectionIDattr = $(this).find("input[type='hidden']").attr( "name" ); var parentIDattr = $(this).find("input[type='hidden']").val(); $(this).click(function(){ //Change the values on relevant inputs $("input#sectionID").val(sectionIDattr); $("input#ParentPageID").val(parentIDattr); $("input#MenuTab").val(selectMenuTxt); $("#ShowInNav").attr("checked", true); //Add class to selected li $(".select-menu-list ul").find( ".selectedmenu" ).removeClass("selectedmenu"); $(this).parent().addClass( "selectedmenu" ); //Close popup window $(".box-select-menu").removeClass("show-select-menu"); }); }); //SELECT MENU TAB ----- >> Does not belong to a menu tab $("#no-menu-tab").each(function(){ var selectMenuTxt = $(this).text(); $(this).click(function(){ $("input#MenuTab").val(selectMenuTxt); $(".box-select-menu").removeClass("show-select-menu"); }); }); //CHANGE TEXT ON NEW ADDRESS ------->>> Parent folder $(".page-address-form ul.input-select-options li").bind('click', function(){ var data = $(this).attr('rel'); // $(".parent-folder").text(data + "/"); $(".parent-folder").text(data); }); //CHANGE TEXT ON NEW ADDRESS ------->>> Subfolder $("#subfolder").on("input", function() { var subFolderText = this.value; console.log(subFolderText); // $(".subfolder").text(subFolderText + "/"); $(".subfolder").text(subFolderText); }); var RoleWarning = "

You have specified both a user role and a page password.

To access content users would need to enter their username and password, AND also add the page password.

We recommend that you choose only one of these options.

" ) ); var updatedInitialText = document.getElementById('hiddenEditor').innerHTML; $("textarea#fullT").val(updatedInitialText); function div2Para(){ var textarea = document.getElementById("fullT"); textarea.value = textarea.value.replace(/

([^<]*)<\/div>/gi, "

$1

"); //textarea.value = textarea.value.replace(/
([^<]*)<\/div>/gi, "

$1

"); } div2Para();