Class 2

3rd March 2021

Class 2 used the book 'Monkey Puzzle' by Julia Donaldson as an inspiration for their writing, describing a creature of their choice and baking was used for phonics practise. 

As part of growing and changing, class 2 have looked at lifecycles and reproduction of a butterfly and the children have created some brilliant work. Linking to the book 'Monkey Puzzle' by Julia Donladson, we can see why the butterfly couldn't find the monkey's mum.

26th February 2021

Class 2 have brought a happy tear to my eye this week! The children have written letters to someone they have missed due to the pandemic. There have been some beautiful letters with best hand-writing and many have included a hug to go in their envelope until we can give real hugs again. 

23rd February 2021

Class 2 have started a new topic: 'Who Am I and How Do I Stay Healthy.'We have learned our body cells come from our mummies and daddies, but yet we all have different finger-prints. We talked about things we like and dislike and interviewed family to compare to their choices. We have created timelines of the stages of human life.

4th February 2021

Class 2 have completed some great work linking to our Space topic and thinking about the polar regions and their inhabitants for geography and science. 

2nd February 2021

We have used the story 'The Way Back Home' by Oliver Jeffers as the inspiration for our writing. We created our own aliens and described them. Then we wrote a recount about our day spent with our friendly alien. Here is some fantastic work from year 1 and year 2. I hope you are as impressed as I am.  

22nd January 2021

Class 2 have been completing creative activities following our space theme and trying out a variety of physical activities. From stretching and Mindful yoga as well as stair skittles for target practise. It's great to see how socks and household objects can be used @letsgetahead.

We also have threading and sewing skills creating star constellations. Hoping for some clear nights to look for them in the sky.

Well done everyone

Mrs Clark

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