We hope you enjoy our Christmas performance!
This morning, we recorded our songs, dance and poem for our class Christmas performance, which will be part of the whole school video going live next week.
Year 2 have made me one proud teacher with their enthusiasm to perform.
Below are some pictures from our rehearsals in the hall.
We cannot wait for you all to see what we have ready for you!
Last half term, I set the children a research task for their first homework enrichment project. They had to do some research about the famous inventor Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the telephone.
I was absolutely overwhelmed by how much effort and enthusiasm Year 2 children had put into completing this task at home. They also gained lots of new knowledge about the famous inventor.
It was up to them how they presented their research, with some children making posters and others making fact files to name a few.
Below are some pictures of some of the children’s research projects that were emailed in. Well done to you all!
Below you will see the children singing their Harvest Festival songs. We hope you enjoy them!
This afternoon, the children thoroughly enjoyed accessing Google Classroom to complete an online Science quiz about carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.
Congratulations to Joseph who was presented with a golden leaf during our golden moments assembly.
He is stood in front of golden tree below feeling very proud of himself!
Congratulations to Poppy, Zach and Leo! You all received a special leaf in our golden moments assembly.
Thomas and Dylan have also received golden leaves in the last two weeks.
Last week in PE, we were using each other to make balances.
We also practised how to roll over in different ways using our bodies.
Our school value this half term is caring.
The represent this, we decided to paint love hearts using different colours by mixing paints together.
This was in the style of the famous artist Kadinsky.
The children did very well and to show that we are a caring year group, we will display them in our classroom and in the school office.
In Science this week, the children were introduced to living and non-living things.
This formed part of our Science working wall in the classroom.
At the end of the lesson, the children were asked to write on an orange post it note the name of a living thing and the name of a non-living thing on a yellow post it note.
This was a great way to see what the children had gained in knowledge by the end of the lesson.
Below, you can see a picture of the children’s responses on our Science working wall.