Farsley Farfield Year 2

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A big welcome back to school 2H!

Monday 8th September | 3 comments

We had a great first week back and it was lovely to hear all the exciting things that the children have been up to over the summer holidays.

Last week, we read ‘The Five of Us’ by Quentin Blake (see Mrs Fisher’s post below for more information about the story). The children have each produced a portrait in the style of Quentin Blake which have been put on display in the classroom. We also discussed what the children wish to be when they’re older. Their wishes have been put on display in the cloakroom if you would like to have a look.

This week we are learning all about Bees. The children have labelled the parts of a bee today and will be sequencing the life cycle of a bee tomorrow. In addition, the children will be doing some number and place value work. They will be recognising the place value of each digit in a two-digit number, comparing and ordering numbers and learning how to use the < and > signs.

PE will be on Mondays and Thursdays and children will change their school library books on Thursdays.

Have a great week!

Miss Hutchinson

3 responses to “A big welcome back to school 2H!”

  1. Davina Keivas Mum says:

    Keiva has really enjoyed learning about bees this week! She came home yesterday educating me about mandibles thoraxes and abdomens! She has especially loved reading Matilda with Miss Hutchinson! Thanks so much for making learning about bees such an exciting topic!!

  2. Ellen (Rhys mum) says:

    Saw the portraits this morning and the class have illustrated themselves brilliantly. I am also excited to see how Rhys works hard to become a knights man and improve his sword skills. Rhys will need to practice his reading and his maths skills to make him the best knights man in Farsley as well as practicing with his new sword and sheild at home from Dirleton castle.

  3. Nicole (Katie's Mum) says:

    I’m very much looking forward to finding out everything that the children have learned about bees!

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