Gallery of Our Learning
Check out what Sapphire wore on World Book Day! Can you guess the characters we became? A special thank you to all the parents for provided the costumes and ensuring your children took part in celebrating that magic that books are.
Year 2 celebrated World Book day by taking part in many activities. One of them was 'Stop Drop and Read' which happened at random points of the day. Children would have to stop what they were doing and pick up a book to read. Also Year 2 were matched up with a Year 6 to read. Sapphire read with Amber class and Blue read with Orange class. The lovely Year 6 children read a story they wrote and the wonderful Year 2 read a book they enjoyed.
Year 2 to visited The Ragged School to experience what school life was like for children in the Victorian era. Year 2 were surprised by the way girls and boys were treated differently and how strict teachers were. They learnt about the resources Victorian children used instead of the pen and paper they use today. Finally they learnt about the punishment children received by their teachers if they made mistakes or did not listen to instructions; this was surprising indeed.
Sapphire class love reading. All of the children are enjoying their new 'enchanted garden'.
Our Christmas party was so much fun! We ate a lot and danced non-stop. Thank you to all the adults who made it happen.
The Tropical Zoo had taken over our hall. Year 2 were very brave when they met all the living creatures. Even Miss Dirir took part; however, I think the children were braver than she was! Soon we will start our new science learning which will be 'Plants and Animals Including humans'. Would you put a snake around your neck?
This term our homework project was to create a 3D model of different London landmarks
We have been learning all about The Great Fire of London. To help us with our learning we visited St. Paul's Cathedral where we took part in an exciting workshop. We visited the areas that were affected by the fire and learnt how people put out the fire.
In Year 2, we have been using dienes to represent numbers to 100. Next we represented number in many different ways.
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