Class 2

Class 2 have been studying castles for their topic during the autumn term, below is all the National Curriculum statements they should cover by Christmas.

Nativity 2015

 

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Genius' at Work

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Here are just a few photographs of our week so far. We have been cutting, joining, shaping and in some cases finishing our projects. It has been great fun. 

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Genius' at Work

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Here are just a few photographs of our week so far. We have been cutting, joining, shaping and in some cases finishing our projects. It has been great fun. 

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Genius Week Preparation

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The children are bringing home the design of their product that they wish to make next week. Part of their homework is to talk through with you the steps they need to take to build their design and to collect any resources that they will need in order to create it. Please encourage your child to think methodically about how they will assemble their object. We will continually evaluate and modify as we work through the week, and we are looking forwards to seeing the end results.

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Shiver Me Timbers!!!

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Thank you all for supporting World Book Day. The children looked magnificent dressed as pirates, Cat and Tom from the Night Pirates. The day started by learning the Hornpipe dance aboard HMS Collywobble, we also climbed the rigging, mopped the deck, and moved stealthily like shadows to steal the pirates treasure. We had pirate names for day, and some were very funny indeed.  We went on a Where's Wally hunt and finished the day with a best dressed costume competition. 

Next week we will be assessing children in spelling, reading (comprehension and sounds) and number work. We will also begin researching the product we will be making in Genius Week, which will be an independent project this time around. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

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Brrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!

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We are continuing with our 'Arctic Adventure' theme, and  hope that you noticed the children came out of school a little bit cleaner last week, as we squirted, sprayed, smoothed, and squashed shaving foam to create a marbling effect on paper, with the aid of food colouring.

We then created a collage of an Arctic landscape. The children were proud of the results, some of which are now on display in the classroom. 

We took the children on another winter walk, to  help support poetry writing this week. The children wrote a senses poem all about winter. The children wrote some really lovely metaphors and similes. 

'Winter smells like steaming hot chocolate' , 'Winter tastes like apple pie and rice pudding' and 'Winter looks like sugar'. Just a few of the childrens' ideas. 

Next week we will be re-telling the story of the Owl Babies and then writing our own version with different animals, and in science we will be exploring ice and its properties.  

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