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  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Stay and Pray

    Some of the parents and carers came to join our class Collective Worship during Stay and Pray. It was a very nice way for us to finish the term and leave for the Easter break full of joy!

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Spirituality Day

    The school again held their annual Spirituality Day during Holy Week. The children went around all of the Infant classes where they experienced different ways to pray and reflect. These included flag prayers, prayer stones, Lego prayers, spiritual colouring, praise dance, prayer bracelets and fruit prayers. They had a lovely day!

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Outdoor Learning

    This term, Year 2 have enjoyed Outdoor Learning lessons. This has involved discovering the surroundings of the school and learning about the natural world.  The children have done a range of activities including making habitats and outdoor artwork.

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Titanic Homework Project

    The children have been very thorough in their homework where they were asked to research the maiden voyage of The Titanic. The research has been presented in many different ways including posters, models, books, diagrams and reports. It looks so good that we have made a display from it. Great job Year 2!

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Polar Animals

    During the Spring term, we have been learning about the cold parts of our planet. We have researched animals that live in the Arctic and Antarctic, their habitats and how they are adapted to them The children worked in groups to produce posters  and have written reports and poems about the different animals.

     

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Christmas Jumper Day

    We had a lovely time celebrating Christmas Jumper Day and raised lots of money for charity.


  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Rockets

    For a homework task, Y2D have made some fantastic replicas of Apollo 11. They look great in our classroom. Thank you to all the family members who helped with this.

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Making Bread

    As part of our Great Fire of London topic, we designed and made some bread rolls like the ones Thomas Farrinor made in his pudding lane bakery. First we drew what our bread would look like and practised shaping it using salt dough. We followed a recipe to make the dough then added our own ingredients and shaped the bread. It cooked for 15 minutes in the oven. We tasted and evaluated our rolls. Most of them were a great success!

     

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Hinduism Week

    As part of our RE curriculum, we learn about other faiths. This week we have been learning about the Hindu faith. We tried a range of activities to teach us about the faith and some of its celebrations. These included Indian dance, hand painting, tasting Indian food and making rakhi bracelets. We also learnt about how Hindus pray at home.

  • Uncategorised Comments Off on Farm to Fork

    As part of our Science topic, we have been learning about how to look after our bodies and a balanced diet. We were visited by a lady called Ann who works in Tesco. She taught us about some different types of food and where it comes from. We got to sample some fruits and cheeses and look at some fish. We got a booklet to take home about the food that we eat.

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