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Wow! What a busy week of PE we've had!Year 1 have continued to work hard on their jumping...


Hope you all had a well earned weekend break after how hard you all worked last week!In English...

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Another very busy week with everyone working hard and trying their best. What more could I ask for...

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Our Week in Year 2

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This week, we have been learning how to use blank number lines to help us to count on and back. We have been adding 9 and 11 using our knowledge of adding 10 and then adding or taking away one. On Monday, this seemed like a really tricky task for us and some of us felt like it was "too hard". I promised that if we kept trying and didn't give up, we would find it much easier by the end of the week. The children have listened very carefully and worked hard and by Thursday, they were telling me it was getting easier and this was evident in their excellent work. We learnt that we had not only been doing maths work, we had also been building resilience (which we learnt means "not giving up").

In English we have been writing up our poppy poems for our study work books and moving on to story writing, with a beginning, middle and end. Our writing is really coming along and we have had a strong focus on handwriting this week.

In the afternoons, we have been learning all about food chains. We learnt new science words such as energy and learnt that food chains start with the sun. The children then made their own food chains to take home. Thank you to Louis, Layla and Holly who all continued their learning at home and brought in more food chains they had discovered! What great learners. We enjoyed sharing what you had found out. We then thought about what food chains we might find on a farm. The photo is of Layla's, Holly's and Poppy's food chains, showing fruit which gets its energy from the sun, the mouse who eats the fruit and the owl who eats the mouse.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs Rogers

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