We cannot believe this is the final week of our first half term in Y2. This has been a brilliant week.
Our children have had a very active week and have led a mini festival for our Y3/4 children in Turtle class.
Well done to Panda class on their amazing and very informative assembly this morning.
Another great week continuing with writing our own narratives in English and moving into addition in Maths.
In Geography we have been locating the the countries in the UK, the capital cities and the surrounding seas using an atlas.
Another week has flown by and we have been very busy practising our Harvest assembly and linked our learning to RE thinking about Christian celebrations.
In our English this week we have begun learning about fiction texts and have started reading the story ‘Don’t Hog the Hedge’ and which links brilliantly to the imminent change in season.
During Maths we have been using our number fact knowledge and applying it to addition calculations. We have focused on number bonds to 10 in order to apply our knowledge to number bonds to 100.
On Thursday we enjoyed a Forest School session in our amazing school grounds and some of us took our favourite books down to read. It was a fantastic way to end the day.
In English this week we have been explaining how we can look after our wonderful world.
During our Maths focus on place value and partitioning, we have used a variety of items to represent numbers in our place value grids. On Wednesday, we used crackers as hundreds, french fries as tens and starburst as ones which was great fun.
This week we have begun preparations for our Harvest Assembly. We have been using our voices expressively and creatively singing our harvest songs.
We have had a brilliant week and have focused our learning on our class animal. On Friday we went into the hall for our whole school exhibition and looked at every classes work. We know lots of information about all of the endangered animals and had a fantastic time.