To support the maths learning in Year 2 this week, the children have been set a range of activities on the working wall. This has included solving tally questions, as well as, seeking out teachers around the school in order to gather data. Well done to Harini, Seanna, Oliver, Ronnie W & Lilia who … Continue reading
Maple Class did themselves proud this afternoon when they raced in the hot temperature to raise money for cancer research. Some of the children raced for people who have had, or who are suffering, with cancer. The other children raced to raise money for research. Mrs Woolley & I were extremely proud of the determination … Continue reading
Maple Class have enjoyed their maths lessons this week. They have been learning how to gather data and how to record this data in a bar chart. To challenge the children further they have been given a series of questions and problems to solve on the maths working wall.
Maple Class spent the afternoon learning about the different continents of the world. We then researched which animals had their habitat in which continent. We recorded this information on a map of the world.
Maple Class made the most of the lovely weather & our outside areas, during our Maths lesson, this morning. We were learning how to read & record data in tally charts. We took to the woodland area in search of mini beasts. Later in the week we will generate bar charts from the data we … Continue reading
On Friday Maple Class took part in a spelling bee competition. The children worked in groups to spell high frequency works. The winning team then went head to head with each other. Well done to Harini for winning the first round and well done to our second round winner, Rosie. Keep learning your spellings Maple … Continue reading
Maple Class had another busy day today. We spent the day taking part in a range of science activities. These included looking at the similarities and differences of a species of animal as well as learning about adaptation and camouflage. We also identified and classified animals into herbivores, carnivores and omnivores.
Maple Class had a fun packed day today. We all travelled down to Chilton Manor Farm to pick fresh strawberries in preparation for our afternoon cream tea. The children picked 11 punnets of strawberries which we took back to school, washed and then sliced to serve with scones, cream & a cup of tea. … Continue reading
Maple Class have been learning how to read and record time in five minute intervals.
In preparation for our High Tea Experience tomorrow afternoon the children spent the afternoon organising jobs, decorating table numbers and making leaflets. If you are a Year 2 parent/carer please come along to the Snack Shack at 14:15 to be served with scones, freshly picked strawberries and cream, whilst sipping on a cup of tea … Continue reading