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Being the best we can be in 2F.

Saturday 27th September | 4 comments
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It’s been another fun week in 2F.  Read the 2 previous posts to find out what we have been up to in English, Maths, Art and ICT.

Thank you to everyone who returned their Learning Logs this week. The work the children did at home was fantastic! There are so many ‘bee experts’ and enthusiasts in the class now! Below are just a few of the impressive examples.

Learning Logs have gone home  again with a new task set, to be returned on October 8th. We have been working on describing settings, so the children have been asked to think of a favourite place and then to describe it.

In phonics we have worked on the ea, oy and ir phoneme. (Click the phoneme to link to games)

Mrs Kenny’s group have worked on or, ur and ear.

Mrs Hodgson’s group have worked on oo ew ue and  u-e.

This weeks Special Mention children were Manroop, for her fantastic Learning Log and Husna for her wonderful pastel and charcoal picture.

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The Mathlete of the week was Leah, with an amazing score of over 4,000 points.

Next week will be another fabulous week. We will be joined by 2 students from Leeds University, who will be working with the class over the coming months – Mr Walker and Miss Lamont.

Monday is photograph day.

On Wednesday we will  be meeting some students from Leeds University who are doing a Creative Writing Module based at Farsley Farfield. We are  taking part in a drama session with Mr Wilkinson and the students.

Our trip to Salts Mill is on Thursday; many thanks to the parents who have volunteered to accompany us on the trip. We will be leaving school immediately after lunch and will return before the end of the school day.

Harvest Festival is on Friday morning.

Well done to everyone for another fabulous week, from all the 2F team. 🙂

4 responses to “Being the best we can be in 2F.”

  1. Nicole (Katie's Mum) says:

    What wonderful bee facts you have and superb illustrations! I can see that you’ve done lots of research and have got your parents involved too!

    I’m so impressed with all the Apiarists in the class!

    As the weather gets worse over the next few weeks, it will be time for the workers to get rid of the drones. The bees have lots of honey to keep them fed over winter though so we think they’ll be OK if they huddle together for warmth – and like one of the learning logs says, they’ll take it in turns to be on the outside of the huddle and move in so they’ll stay toasty warm.

    Thank you again for the honey biscuits that you gave to Sue and I. They were delicious!

  2. Claire Brennan (Evie's mum) says:

    What an exciting week ahead you all have. The creative writing and drama session will be really interesting and I’m sure you’ll all have a great time at Salt’s Mill.

  3. Emma Lemont says:

    The learning logs are great to read with all the interesting facts and the detailed pictures are very impressive. Well done to all the bee experts!

  4. Elizabeth says:

    I am really looking forward to the creative writing on Wednesday.

    From Elizabeth

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