10/11/2017 at 12:58 PM
This week we have had fun reading, writing and perorming different firework poems. We looked at different poetic techniques as such alliteration and rhyme as well as how to choose the most effective verbs and adjectives. When performing their poems, the children had to speak clearly with expression and use actions to make it more enjoyable for the audience.
07/11/2017 at 12:03 PM
What a brilliant morning we had this morning when Phil Earle came to visit us! The children were enthralled as Phil entertained us with stories of his life and the inspirations behind his stories. A little later, Phil treated us by reading some of his books to us. Some children were lucky enough to meet Phil in person and get their books signed.
Phil didn’t start writing until he was 26 years old. As Phil said, we are all able to write amazing stories: just remember to write about something that you are passionate about!
03/11/2017 at 3:01 PM
This week we have been working really hard to understand money. We have been recognising coins and their value, counting money, making totals and then finding different ways to pay.
Please try these activities as home:
- Count the money in your purse or piggy bank.
- Play shops! Make some price labels for your toys or other objects and use coins to make the correct amount.
- Find different ways to pay. e.g. When making 15p 10p + 5p = 5p + 5p +5p
In English this week we have been using adjectives in our sentences and descriptions. We have used the story Room on the Broom as our inspiration. Look at all the super expanded noun phrases to make this witch’s potion:
Remember, Remember the 5th of November?
The children now know why we celebrate bonfire night. We learned all about the gunpowder plot and retold the story. We have thought about Fireworks safety and written some rules to follow:
We hope you have a lovely weekend and stay safe if you are watching any fireworks.
The Year 2 Team
20/10/2017 at 8:20 AM
In English this week, we have continued to look at the story of Supertato and have concentrated on learning the skills of how to write questions and exclamations.
The children then used these skills to help them rewrite the beginning of the story.
We also looked at spelling rules for past tense verbs. Play this game to practise.
The children have been using bar models and part whole models to help them understand the relationship between addition and subtraction and find missing numbers in calculations.
Don’t the children’s food plate collages look amazing?
13/10/2017 at 4:15 PM
In English this week we read the story Supertato. We then had a discussion to share what we thought about the book. The following videos show our opinions.
13/10/2017 at 4:12 PM
In English this week we read the story Supertato. The children then held a group discussion to say what they thought about the book. These videos share some of their opinions.