W/B: 13/05/19

This week in maths we have started our unit on measuring volume, where we have been comparing different volumes in different containers. We also did some revision on our 3D shapes.

In our topic and in Engish, we have been working on our WW1 diary entries and also creating fact files about heroic animals in the war. We also found out what life was like on the front line.

Don’t forget to bring in your reading records tomorrow so I can see all the lovely reading you’ve been doing at home!

Miss Deay

W/B: 07/05/19

We’ve been having a super busy week in school with our secret agent missions, the children have been doing super! There is no homework this evening as pupils have been working extra hard to prepare for their missions!

Tomorrow afternoon, we will be taking part in a Rocksteady music workshop which will be great fun trying out all the different instruments!

In writing, we have finished our unit on ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ and have been working our our reading skills making links to other books we have read.

Miss Deay

W/B: 29/04/19

This week has been another busy week in class 2. Yesterday we learned about Walter Tull and looked at the similarities and differences between the past and present. This afternoon we will have a SPAG treasure hunt outside as part of our secret agent training (if the weather keeps up)!

Tomorrow, we will begin our SATS- we will be taking the SPAG paper. Next Tuesday (7th), we will be doing Maths Arithmetic Paper 1 and on the Wednesday (8th) we will do the Maths Reasoning Paper 2. On Thursday (9th) Class 2 will sit Reading Paper 1 and on Friday (10th) Reading Paper 2. We will also be having a well earned treat on Friday afternoon!

Miss Deay

W/B: 23/04/19

What a great first few days back, the pupils have come back to school with a great attitude ready to tackle their ‘Secret Agent Training’. Our assessments will begin on Friday 3rd May so we have been doing some practice to get us all prepared!

In our writing this term, we will be focusing on the text ‘Where the Wild Things are’ so far this week the pupils have created a missing poster, used their inference skills and will also be writing a book review on whether they liked the book or not.

In maths, we have been revising statistics along with our arithmetic skills and place value knowledge.

We will be introduced to our topic on ‘WW1’ on Friday-the children are eager to find out all about it!

Homework will begin again next week.

Miss Deay

W/b: 18/03/19

In maths this week we have been working on telling the time to 15 minutes and 5 minutes. We have also been learning about durations of time and sequencing events.

In writing we are finishing off our wishing tale and writing up our hot task. We are also going to be working on a non-chronological report about owls as part of our topic.

In music, we have been working on our singing and recorder skills. We will be singing our class song in assembly on Monday. In science, we learned about micro habitats and the mini beasts that live in them.

Thank you to those who came along to the SATS parent information meeting-if you couldn’t make it and would like some of the worksheets I printed off so you can help your child at home-just ask me at the end of the day.

Miss Deay