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”!! [...]

Mrs W in Ireland

Hi everyone, Geoff and I have been having a great time in Ireland. It’s been cold and we have had lots of rain but it’s still be [...]

Giving and Receiving Feedback

Acting on feedback is a great way to improve. The Year 2 Champs have been working on giving each other feedback and, more importantly, liste [...]

Science Week, 2017

We celebrate Science Week a bit early at our school.  We have had a week packed full of Science activities -a great way to finish the term. [...]

Hex Patterns – Rotational Symmetry

You may have seen our hex patterns up at our windows.  In Mathematics, hex means six.  That’s why a hexagon has six sides.  We cut [...]

Slides and Turns with Ozobots and Beebots

We have been practising our slides and turns with the ozobots.  We had instructions that we drew out of a cup, then we had to get the ozobo [...]

Part, Part, Whole – how numbers can be broken down in to parts

Recently we spent some time exploring the concept of part, part, whole.  A number can be broken into parts, which can then be added back to [...]

Our Nature Playground

We got to go and play on our nature playground for the first time today.  So much fun!  It was nice to have the chance for just our class [...]

Similes that Sizzle

We have been working on creating some really interesting and unusual similes, ones that put pictures in your head.  The children were given [...]

Car Crash Contractions

We know that apostrophes can be used for two different purposes – to show ownership or for contractions.  For our car crash contracti [...]

Junior Olympics

All the Year 2 classes participated in the Junior Olympics at school today.  There were 6 different team games for us to play, with about 1 [...]
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