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12th March 2021
First Week Back Post Lockdown
This week, we welcomed all the children back to school and everyone has settled back in so brilliantly. The children have been fantastic at following the new rules and have all enjoyed seeing their friends and getting back into the swing of things. It's great to have them all back!
There is lots of work on display in our windows from this week, so please do take a look as you walk past. The children have also really enjoyed researching jokes to create a whole class joke book, dissecting daffodils and learning how to conduct.
I hope everyone has a lovely weekend, see you all next week!
Thursday 22nd October 2020
On Monday we found some very unusual clues in Forest School. There were lots of alien objects such as slime, alien eggs, a spaceship and pieces of the spaceship scattered across Forest School. We think the aliens have gone missing as we couldn't find any trace of them! We called the police and they told us to write an evidence list and asked us to film some news reports. We have put up missing alien posters around the school, but there is no sign of the aliens yet. If you see or hear anything please let a member of Class 2 know as soon as possible!
Tuesday 6th October 2020
Class Harvest Festival
Today in Class 2, we ventured into Gruff Land to collect fallen leaves in order to create hedgehog and squirrel collages. We then created vegetable collages using different textured paper. The children really enjoyed creating the collages and experimenting with different materials and colours. We also talked about how our food is grown, harvested and distributed. Together, we created our own Harvest display with all of the generous donations and amazing art work produced.
Monday 28th September 2020
Anya Acres - Author Visit
Today the children were surprised with a virtual visit from Anya Acres the author of 'Ollie Discovers the Planets'. The children enjoyed hearing the story read to them by Anya and we also got some top tips on how to become brilliant authors. Luckily, last week we had been learning all about question sentences and so we were able to come up with lots of questions for Anya, which she kindly answered.
Homework and Spellings
This week, there are no spellings to learn or homework to be completed. If you would like to continue learning at home this week, you could practice the KS1 Common Exception words, but they will not be tested on Friday.