27th March update.
Hello all- we hope you are all keeping well and happy.
Home Learning - We have attached the letter which we sent out last Friday with ideas and links to websites. The packs of worksheets we sent out last week should be keeping you busy and were designed to be used over this week and next. If you have made a habitat diorama and would like us to put a picture of it on the website please email a picture to school!
We will update this page with work for after Easter soon.
New Mathletics logins are available - please contact the school by email so they can send it to you if you have not already done so.
Take care and remember that keeping your children well and happy is your priority!
Mrs Richardson and Mrs Nicholas.
Welcome to Year 2 - CHerry class
We all enjoyed our nativity play Prickly Hay.
Great acting, speaking and singing.
Well done Cherry Class
Autumn term workshops
It was run by Engineers without borders ( Bristol University Outreach) and introduced children to the need for clean water around the world. They enjoyed making a simple water filter.
Jasmine came from The Medieval barn at Winterbourne to tell us about a medieval Christmas. She showed us the sort of food they would have eaten, we made masks for George and the dragon and we created Christmas wreaths.
Cherry class have been using Word on the computers to write their names using different sizes, fonts and colours.
Our Literacy book this term is Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the Really Big Adventure by Kristina Stephenson.
The children have had great fun learning to retell the story with actions - ask them if they can tell it to you!
In maths we have been working on place value - knowing that in a 2 digit number the first number is a tens number and the second number is a ones number. We have been ordering and comparing numbers using more than > and less than <. We have also been practicing counting in 2s, 5s and 10s and you will soon be able to join in at home with Rock Stars (logins will be sent home soon).
Our Science topic this term is Plants and this week we 'planted' hyacinth bulbs and we are looking forward to watching them grow over the next few weeks.