We Have had a fantastic start to the year with lots of Maths Problem solving, European Day of Languages and our trip to Warwick Castle. Please enjoy!
We had lots of fun studying Spain for European Day of Languages. We learned how to say Hello - Hola and What are you called - Como se llama. We also learned how to count to 20 in Spanish and how to say what all of the colours are.
We had so much fun on our recent trip to Warwick castle. We learned all about life in a castle, climbed the Motte and admired the view from up high, watched a real life archer, saw some birds of prey in action and had an amazing extra talk about attack and defence.
We've been having lots of fun with our new topic. We've been learning all about bees, butterflies and ants.
We loved Our Minibeast Hunt outside.
This term we have been doing lots of reasoning work and investigations to further our maths skills. Look at all the fun we've been having!
We had so much fun on World Book day and some of us have enjoyed completing the reading challenge set by Miss Hitchman.
We have had some amazing fun doing cricket this term and we even had a visit from a local club. All the children have enjoyed learning how to bowl over arm and hold our bat correctly.
We have been doing some work with the bee-bots this term. We learnt what an algorithm is and how to debug a programme as well as writing simple instructions for making a square with a bee-bot.
We have been having lots of fun completing Christmas crafts and playing in the snow in the run up to Christmas. We have sadly said goodbye to Miss Thomas after our last Christmas play production. We're looking forward to completing a topic on pirates in the new year
On Wednesday 1st November we visited Pershore fire station to find out how fires are fought today. This term we have been looking at the Great Fire of London and have been wondering why so many houses burnt down.
We have investigated how many proper firemen they had in 1666 (none!), what they wore (posh clothes and wigs!) and what they used to put out the fires (buckets of water from the river Thames).
At the fire station we were able to look at all the equipment that is used to put out fires, rescue animals from danger and save people from water. It was amazing how everything fitted in to the engine.
We had several questions for the firemen. Archie wanted to know how quickly they got dressed (about 10 seconds). He tried to put the clothes on at the same speed. I think he needs more practice!!
The best part of the morning was having a go with the fire hose. Everyone was allowed to squirt water across the car park. It was very hard to hold the hose still as the water came out very fast.
We had a great time at the fire station and it really helped us understand how differently fires are fought now to how they were fought in 1666.
This week Year 2 have been making gingerbread men because we were learning about the story 'The Gingerbread Man' for Harvest. When we were cooking we had to listen very carefully and follow instructions because we know that the kitchen could be dangerous. We made our own characters from the story and then decorated them. We loved making gingerbread men and had lots of fun, but we loved eating them more!
On Tuesday 26th September we took part in European Languages Day. We have been learning about The Netherlands. We dressed up in red, white and blue because these are the colours of the Dutch flag. We have had a continental breakfast, tasted some cheese and started a display of tulips.
Enjoy our photos!!