20 Jul

Making Dragons Eyes! (Year 2)

Making dragons eyes from clay in Year 2

27 May

Geography Field Work (Year 2)

For our geography fieldwork we have been thinking about which location in our school grounds would be best for creating a wildlife garden.  One of our fieldwork activities was to collect different habitats, find woodlice, leave them over night and see which habitat suited them the best.  After 24…

19 May

Creative Writing - Jim and the Beanstalk (Year 2)

Year 2 writing our own version of Jim and the beanstalk.

29 Mar

Our Learning in Term 4 (Year 2)

Throwing powder paint to celebrate Holi

This was us investigating which material is best for a bouncy ball

Making fire in forest school


 

7 Feb

Online Safety Day (Year 2)

During our Online Safety Day we looked at a recipe for a safer internet.

3 Feb

Tower Building in Forest School (Year 2)

Tower building - can we get as high as the Lighthouse in Grace Darling's Story?

15 Dec

Descriptive Writing of Christmas Scenes (Year 2)

This week we have been practising our descriptive writing when describing these Christmas scenes.

15 Nov

Making our Fruit Salad (Year 2)

We used a variety of different tools to help us prepare our fruit salad - grater, peeler, juicer knife, spoon and chopping board but most of all we enjoyed eating it!!

22 Oct

Alliteration and Onomatopoeia (Year 2)

In our English we then described a sunset scene, we used techniques such as alliteration and onomatopoeia.

Our RE big question was Who made the world

Finally we created an alliteration display with our names.

30 Sep

African Sunset using only 2 Colours (Year 2)

We created an African sunset display but were only given two colours- through colour mixing we made the sunset!

12 Mar

Rescuing the Penguins Stuck in the Ice! (Year 1)

Year One had to rescue their penguins and free them from the ice! They decided to try hot water, cold water or salt to try and melt the ice. The children all became scientists and the classroom was full of excitement once they had freed their penguins