Your teachers are Miss Gossage in Class 5 and Mrs Phillips in Class 6. We have Mrs Micek-Bettison, Mrs Henstock, Mrs Fryer, Mrs Guise and Mrs Moore to support us in class.
Kidnap The Parents 09.06.17
Thanks to all the parents who came along to Kidnap the parents and read with the children. We had a great time in year 2 and hope we see you all again next time!
(We will try to get more cushions so it's a bit more comfortable).
Summer term topic information
This term our topic is “Bees.” We will be learning about different types of bees and their role within their colony. In science, we are learning about pollination and the role bees have in the natural world. As part of our citizenship curriculum, we will be looking at the world of work and jobs. In DT, we will be cooking using honey and building a beehive. Our art work will include looking at tessellating patterns linked to the structure of a hive and using wax for batik. Towards the end of term we are hoping to visit Woodthorpe Park where they have a number of bee hives. We think it’s going to be an exciting term.
If you would like to come in and talk to the children about your job/career, linked to our citizenship work, please see your child’s class teacher as this would really inspire the children and raise their aspirations.
In the second half of the term, we will be going to Forest School with Mrs Gaunt. We will keep you posted with more information on this matter.
Easter holidays homework
The year 2 teachers would like to wish you a lovely Easter break. We hope you have lots of fun with your families, but please don't forget to complete our Animals research homework. Remember this will be the basis of our writing in the first week back which will really help us with our assessments.
The letter is attached below for your information.
Science & DT
This week we have been looking at materials and their properties. Yesterday we designed and made our own rainforest tents out of a variety of materials and tested how functional the materials were.
Some of the materials would have left us as very soggy campers!
We found that bubble wrap was the best material as it was strong, flexible and waterproof.
For comic relief 2017 we all dressed 'Funny for Money'
We had some very funny looking outfits in Class 5; socks on hands, odd shoes, dressing gowns and pants on heads!
Here are some of our favourite pictures form the day...
Class 5's Assembly
Class 5 will be sharing all they have learnt about the rainforest so far in their assembly on Friday 27th January. Over the next couple of weeks we will be working hard at learning our lines, making costumes and learning songs all about the rainforest.
We hope all the class 5 parents can come along!