Welcome to Yellow Class with Miss Fletcher, Mrs Harrod and Miss Morley! :)
Following the prime minister’s broadcast this evening our position at school has not changed in that we are closed to all children except those of key workers. If your child has not been given a place in school during the current closure they should remain at home.
Thank you for your continued support.
Our next topic in Year 2 is called 'The Great Outdoors'.
In this new topic the children will be learning about the outdoor environment including identifying trees and leaves, animals and birds, habitats and hibernation. Our topic is also taught through our English lessons where we will be reading a wide range of fantastic fiction and non- fiction books and writing our own stories, fact files, poems and posters. We are also learning about the wonderful local wildlife artist Pollyanna Pickering and are very excited to welcome her daughter Anna- Louise Pickering who is visiting our Year 2 classes to tell us more about her work and their incredible experiences with wildlife and journeys around the world.
If you have any books or items relating to our topic that you would like your child to show in class please bring them in! :)
Thank you so much to everyone who supported us at our soup share! We have raised enough money to take Year 2 on a special trip at the end of the year :)
Year 2 learned about advent and made their own Christingle orange.
Today the Year 2s practised making soup in preparation for our 'Big Soup Share' on Friday 6th December at 2pm. They weighed and chopped the ingredients to make leek and potato and tomato and basil soup.
Year 2 enjoy visiting David Nieper Academy every fortnight to practise their ICT skills!
In RE Year 2 have been learning about different celebrations. They have been learning about Judaism and played a Jewish game called 'Dreidel'
Yellow Class had a wonderful morning learning how to make bread with a very special visit from Warbutons!
We played adjective relay in English!
The Year 2s had a wonderful time at Bakewell Old House Museum! They played tiddlywinks, five stones, nine pins and made their own thaumatrope!
Year 2 compared and contrasted Victorian toys to modern day toys and sorted them using a huge venn diagram.
Year 2 have designed and made their own Victorian style sampler using cross stitch to sew their first initial!
Why not click on these links to play these English and Maths games at home?