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- After over 20,000 visits, our cluster map has stopped working. We are starting again! I wonder how long it will take for us to reach our first 1000 visits on our new cluster map.
This post is for you to tell the teacher anything you would like to. BUT you may not use the word, “cool”!! [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
After all our hard work on Multiplication, it was time for some reflection. Below are some of the children’s understandings of multi [...]
We spent some time on Thursday building 3D objects using popsticks and playdough. We have learnt the names and features of several 3D obje [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
We have been spending some time with Parachute, written by Danny Parker and illustrated by Matt Ottley. Today we made parachutes from plas [...]
We have been discussing the use of boastful language in persuasive texts. Boastful language can help persuade someone to do something or t [...]
The Year 2 Champs are working hard consolidating their recent learning of addition and subtractions. They are working in groups to solve l [...]