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Good afternoon Year 2,
A few more ideas on what you can do at home if you need any. Keep checking Year 2’s blog and our class twitter page for constant updates. Hope you are all staying safe and well.0 Comments
Enjoy! Current Year 4s and 5s, can you recognise your voice or any of your friends’?One Comment
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Hope you are all well. Here is a Home Learning Pack with ideas on what to do at home for the next couple of weeks if you would like to. Remember though, the most important thing is to stay calm, relaxed and keep smiling. We will keep updating you with more fun ideas over the coming weeks. Much love!
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For the last 2 weeks I’m science, we have been testing the suitability of different materials for making sandcastles. Jensen thought some materials were too dry, so this week, we added water and retested them. Incredible work, using scientific vocabulary, noticing similarities and differences, and exploring changes.
We washed our hands, selected healthy fruits and chopped them up with knives and apple corers to make yummy fruit salad today. We talked about how to use the tools safely, what to do if we dropped food on the floor, or if we coughed on the food. Then the children shared the fruit they had prepared between the bowls.0 Comments
The children were visited by a farmer on Friday, who needed help growing cress seeds. The children were happy to do it and carefully placed seeds in cotton balls. We have been observing what happens and can’t wait to see the seeds grow! We are building up our vocabulary before reading The Enormous Turnip this week.0 Comments
Thanks to all the parents who joined us for Mouse Club Maths and stay and play last week. It was great to see you all playfully engaging in maths with your little ones! I’d love to know how you get on at home.One Comment
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Year 2 have been learning all about microhabitats during our Science lessons this week so we decided to go outside and discover all the microhabitats in our school grounds. We investigated what insects and minibeasts lived in the soil, grass and on the flowers. Science is fascinating!0 Comments