As part of our work on the Great Fire of London, we followed a recipe to make 17th Century bread. We worked in small groups to do each step of the recipe. The children were really proud of their bread … Continued
As part of our maths and computing work this week, we thought carefully about giving instructions. We used four simple instructions to try and guide our robots to the treasure-go forwards, go backwards, turn left, turn right. Each child took … Continued
We thought carefully about how each object moved and the forces needed to create movement. We used key words such as push, pull, twist and turn to describe the actions and forces needed.
As part of our work on the Great Fire of London, we worked in small groups with Mrs Bayliss to create a house in the style of those that were around at the time of the great fire.
We have been learning to recognise and name common 2D shapes along with identifying and discussing their properties.
In Maths we have continued our work on multiplication and division. We have been looking at arrays and writing the two multiplication number sentences that go with each array. We have also been using counting objects to make groups of/ … Continued
In Science, we went for a leaf hunt on the back field and talked about any changes that the seasons have brought. We then collected some fallen leaves and made them into a leaf necklace. We have continued to look at … Continued
In English this week we have been focusing on Poetry and performance poetry. We watched a video of Michael Rosen performing his poem The Rhythm of Life and then we worked in small groups to put actions to the poem. … Continued
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Bookfeast with Year 2 today. Tom Percival was really engaging to listen to. We listened to him read his story Perfectly Norman and he told us about how he started off with his writing and illustrating. … Continued
Thank you to Zoe from All Stars cricket who came in to lead a taster session with Years 1 and 2. The children thoroughly enjoyed learning fielding and batting skills through lots of fun games. They worked brilliantly as a … Continued