The children have certainly been hooked by our Pirate topic this half term! Here's a little insight into what we've been up to...
In English, we have been writing adventure stories, inspired by the book Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs. Watch this space for some of the children's work!
In Maths, we have looked at fractions, time, measurement and position and direction.
In Topic, we have been bringing the Pirate topic to life through messages in bottles, swag bags and getting into character!
Happy new year all! The children have returned rested and inspired by their new topic Jurassic Giants! Find out below what we'll be up to this half term:
|1||Warning Story - Peter and the Wolf||Continents of the World||Statistics: Tally charts and pictograms||Grouping Animals|
|2||Continents and dinosaurs|
|3||Mary Anning||Geometry: Properties of shape||Animal Bodies|
|4||Non Chronological Reports - Dinosaurs|
|5||What do I eat?|
|6||All Things Wild School Trip||Measurement: Length and height|
This half term, the Year 2 children are exploring the topic Fires and Festivals! In English we have been looking first at Firework Poetry, and then beginning the journey story On The Way Home.
In our topic lessons, we've thought about many festivals around the world that take place at this time of the year.
|2||Journey Story||Gunpowder plot|
|3||Great Fire of London|
|4||Multiplication and Division|
|5||Diary entry - Samuel Peyps||Research Samuel Peyps|
A big welcome from all the staff in Year 2! We've had a great first week, filled with enthusiasm from the children. We know it's going to be an exciting year.
We sail straight into our Seaside Rescue topic and are very excited about our visit from the RNLI. The children will prepare their own interview style questions to ask the volunteers.
In maths we look at place value and ordering numbers and at the different ways we can add and subtract, such as jumping on the number line, using a number square and column addition.
Here are a couple of games to help develop your understanding of place value... place the penguins and lifeguards!
In science this term, building on our learning in year one, we are looking at our different body parts and their functions as well as identifying and grouping things that are alive, dead or have never been alive.
We shall continue to use ‘Talk 4 Writing’ to improve our writing, reading and oral story telling skills. Ask your child if they can tell you the story of The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch…