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Well it is all over for another year...and what a wonderful year it has been in Year 2. I had the...
What a busy day Kim, Libby and I have had! We have been busy in the garden, digging tyres into the...
Our last few days together have been lots of fun. We made our healthy fruit salads last week and...
This week in Year 2
This week in year two we participated in our KS1 sports day and all of our class did really well and we had a lot of fun watching it! Yellow won the sports day so congratulations to the yellow house.
We also jumped into the science world and learnt about new materials and their properties. The whole class went outside and we placed cones down in a square with a different property underneath them. Then a certain person who was paying close attention was chosen to move to a cone and shout out the word that was underneath it. Some of the new words puzzled the class but after a moment of explanation the whole class had a great time and enjoyed the day.
In literacy this week we have introduced the class to poetry and we asked the class to choose their favourite poems out of certain books and when the whole class had chosen their favourite we compiled an anthology of these poems. Furthermore we asked the children to write some similes about gladiators.
In numeracy we learnt about missing number sentences and the class tackled these problems with a partner. Also, we re-capped adding and subtracting to re-enforce the key knowledge of basic equations. Also congratulations to Wilson who has been working extra hard on his number recognition skills he has impressed both me and Miss Silvester.
we are looking forward to our trip next thursday to chester for our roman topic it should be great fun and fingers crossed that the weather brightens up!
Written by Joe Wright, Brine Leas student, work experience in year 2