Year 2 have been learning about the Great Fire of London. Today, they created a piece of art using coloured paper to create a flame effect, then black paper to make a silhouette of the London skyline in 1666. They worked hard with the colours and materials to make their work realistic! The end results are brilliant – take a look! Advertisements Continue reading Great Fire of London collage
In PE, children have been working on strength and balance. Robins worked in their house teams today to create group poses, using a range of balancing techniques. Take a look at their positions! Continue reading Fantastic Gymnastics
Today, Year 2 had a special visit from an author who has written books about the Great Fire of London – our new topic! Kate shared her storybook with us which contained lots of facts and information about the Great Fire. As they listened, children used props to bring the book to life. Children reinacted the way that leather buckets were used to try and stop … Continue reading Great Fire of London workshop!
Spellings to learn for a test next Monday 21st January 2019 Common Exception words: fast last past class grass -ed -ing words jumped played speaking doing staying Continue reading Spelling Homework
Today year 2 had a workshop all about The Great Fire of London. Children remembered the fire began in 1666 which was 353 years ago! Children were introduced to Vlad, a rat who was around when the fire happened. He told them some facts. Children learnt that there was no fire service at the time and the citizens had to help put the fire out. … Continue reading The Great Fire of London workshop
Robin class have had a wonderful first week back! In English, we have been exploring descriptive language with our new book, ‘The Snail and the Whale’. In maths, we have been learning about money – the different coins, ways to make a given amount, and how to calculate change! Our topic this half term is the Great Fire of London. Children have enjoyed finding out … Continue reading First week back!
This week year 2 have been reading The Snail and the Whale. As part of the art lesson children drew their own under water scene and children used tissue paper to collage. Continue reading Dove’s colourful collages…