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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.
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We have continued our work on fractions with a whole lot of different activities. We have learnt that 1/2 means one out of two equal parts [...]
A huge thank you to the children who dressed up today (and to the parents who assisted them to do so). Also, a huge thank you to Mr Payne [...]
Maths in our class is fun! Today Mr Payne brought in lots of things for us to make pizzas, as an introduction to a couple of weeks of frac [...]
We enjoyed the book Fortunately today. Fortunately helps illustrate the structure of Narratives – how a problem happens and then it [...]
Up on our pin-up board, we have a display which shows some of the things we did last week. Feel free to come and have a look. The displa [...]
The Year 2 Champs have been doing some work on writing setting descriptions. The setting of a story tells us when and where the story happ [...]
In Maths this week, we have been learning about quarter, half and whole turns, and about the directions of clockwise and anti-clockwise. We [...]
We had some excitement on the last day of school!! A parcel arrived for us from America. Earlier in the year, we had written lett [...]
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 [...]