Tell the Teacher

This post is for you to tell the teacher anything you would like to.  BUT you may not use the word, “cool”!! [...]

Making Circuits

It’s the last week of term and it’s also Science Week.  What a great combination.  We kicked off Science Week this morning by [...]

Our Gruffalo Drawings

We are off to see The Gruffalo’s Child tomorrow and we can’t wait!  Last week, we watched this video, about how Axel Scheffler, [...]

Junior Olympics

We had a great time at the Junior Olympics this morning.  Lots of our parents came and joined in with the games.  Below are some of the ph [...]

Multiplication Reflection

After all our hard work on Multiplication, it was time for some reflection.  Below are some of the children’s understandings of multi [...]

3D Objects

We spent some time on Thursday building 3D objects using popsticks and playdough.  We have learnt the names and features of several 3D obje [...]

Arrays

We have been learning to use arrays to help us multiply.  Anything that can be put into rows and columns is an array. 5 x 2 can look like t [...]

Rhetorical Questions

A rhetorical question is one that you don’t really expect an answer to.  These types of questions can be used to persuade people to t [...]

Parachutes

We have been spending some time with Parachute, written by Danny Parker and illustrated by Matt Ottley.  Today we made parachutes from plas [...]

Boastful Language – Persuasive Writing

We have been discussing the use of boastful language in persuasive texts.  Boastful language can help persuade someone to do something or t [...]

Maths Activities

The Year 2 Champs are working hard consolidating their recent learning of addition and subtractions.  They are working in groups to solve l [...]
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