Welcome to Class 2
Welcome back to our existing Class 2 pupils and a big hello to our new children who have moved up from Class 1.
Mrs Cox and Mrs Moore are really pleased with how well everyone is settling in and are looking forward to all the exciting things that we will be learning about this school year. Take a look at our curriculum map to find out more!
Our library day is Thursday and PE will be take place on a Monday and Friday. Please could PE kits be kept in school at all times as sometimes additional sessions are arranged.
Reading books will be swapped on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and spellings will be sent home in bags at the end of the week. A new maths game will be allocated to active learn at the end of most weeks linked to our unit of work.
Our library day is Thursday.
We enjoyed working in groups to make model playgrounds in DT.
Children had a fabulous time during our Spring Term Creativity week. The focus of the week was Science and our topic was materials and mixtures. We had a great time with our Mad Scientist, Alana, making fizzing volcanoes, slime and snot tubes. We also enjoyed making clay models and sweets.
Our spring displays. We have been thinking about how to be a good friend in PSHE and we have written letters as Florence Nightingale in History.
Class 2 children have enjoyed learning about life in Brazil. We finished our topic with a Samba workshop where the children learnt to play samba music and enjoyed dancing to the rhythms.
Dressing up as our favourite characters for World Book Day 2017. We enjoyed listening to a storyteller in the morning and buddy reading in the afternoon.
Enjoying breakfast with Santa!
Our Autumn Term displays. Using our poetry skills to write rhyming potions. Designing buildings in the style of the artist Hundertwasser.
Designing and making model vehicles
Looking scary and having fun at the Halloween Disco!
During creativity week Class 2 learnt all about France and French culture. Over the week the children looked at the geography of France, learnt some French words, produced artwork in the style of Henri Matisse and made Madeleine cakes. Have a look at the photos below!