Yellow Year 2 2020-21

Yellow Class Sports

We were disappointed that our original Sports day had to be postponed but what a difference a week makes. We had beautiful sunshine today and it brought the best out in Yellow class who threw themselves enthusiastically into all our traditional sports day events. We had high jump, relay races, sack and egg and spoon and of course some three legged races. Everybody had
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Summer 2 Newsletter

Click here for this half term’s newsletter for Yellow class: Summer 2 newsletter

St Mary’s Church Visit

Our R.E. topic this half term is The Church. We have been thinking about why Christians visit Church and have looked in detail at some of the features that we would find inside. We walked to St. Mary’s Church this week and as soon as we walked in, the children excitedly pointed out all of these features. We spotted some beautiful stained glass windows,
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Making clocks

We are learning to tell the time in Numeracy this week. So far, we have looked at how to read o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to times on an analogue clock and to reinforce our learning, we have made our own clocks. We split the clocks into quarters and decided which numbers needed to go where, thinking about the numbers the minute
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Seaside Models

As part of a homework task, many children have been creative at home with their families making some seaside models. These models are proudly on display in our library for all to see! We have been so impressed with what has been used to make the models – cardboard, tissue paper, clay, rocks, shells, sand, pasta shells and even parts of pineapple skin to
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Shell sketching

We are learning about the history and geography of seasides this half term, so Mrs Burns collected lots of different shells for us to explore on a recent trip to the beach – there were shells from cockles, scallops, mussels, razor clams, baltic tellins, limpets,, whelks, tower shell snails and oysters. We learned about the sea creatures the different shells had come from and
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A Wigwam for a teddy.

Yellow class love their time outside in the Forest School area and this week saw some fantastic teamwork and great fine motor skills as we practised our knots to make a wigwam for out teddies. It needed lots of pairs of hands helping and some nimble fingers to create these magnificent tepees which will protect our teddies from all the Spring showers.  

Newsletter Summer 1

Here is our Newsletter for this half term: Summer 1 newsletter

Spring planting!

This half term, we are getting green-fingered and doing lots of planting and caring for plants as part of our Science topic. With the help of our gardening guru, Mrs Welsh, we have made a start on growing some vegetables and flowers. We have started off by planting them in small trays, but will then work together to prepare the soil outside ready to
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We are looking at different forms of measurement in Numeracy this half term. We have started off by looking at measuring length and height in centimetres and metres. We have done lots of hands-on comparing of objects and have measured ourselves and objects both inside and outside. As part of our lessons so far, we have found objects less than and more than a
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