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Thank you to all my children and parents for all my wonderful gifts. You have been a great class and a lovely set of parents. Have a wonderful summer holidays and I’ll see you all next year.
Don’t forget to bring your money in tomorrow to buy our delicious salsa!
Look what I’ve just found growing, who can tell me what it’s going to become?
This weekend Maya and Gem went to Cornbury which is a music festival. We slept in a warm sleeping bag in my tent. Gem had a good night’s sleep. We went with my brother, daddy, mummy, Gem, my uncle and auntie and two other friends. On the first day we went to the kids area … Continue reading
What an exciting weekend with the F1 race at Silverstone! Who has spotted any of the places we visited? I have. Enjoy the race.
Today we learnt about angles in maths. We focused on finding right angles in shapes. How many right angles can you find around your home? Where are they? We also learnt that angles smaller than a right angle is called – acute and an angle larger than a right angle is called – obtuse. Can … Continue reading
Next term our theme is Our School, Our World, My Future. For this Year 2 are using the sub-heading ‘Belonging’ to focus our learning. With the children today we discussed what ideas they could think of relating to the theme. We decided to think about our local community in which we belong and the wider … Continue reading
Today we looked at alliteration, we used it to write a poem, based on what a witch might put on her shopping list. Here’s how we started: One giant giraffe. Two toads to frighten the wizard. Three fighting frogs. Four frozen fish. Five juggling jellies. Six stinky socks to scare scarecrows. Seven silly sausages, sizzling … Continue reading
2HM had an amazing day at Silverstone today, we were welcomed to the circuit by Vicky who spent the day with us, telling us about the circuit and showing us lots of exciting things. We first went on a track tour: going into the race control centre and the timing room. We then went to … Continue reading