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Welcome to Year 1/2!

 

Welcome to the Year 1/2 information page.
Read about what we have been doing so far.

 

 

Our topic is... Come Outside!

We are the Kings and Queens of 'Tiny Things'! We have been looking at different ways to protect our insects.

We had lots of fun using the tyres, planks of wood and other equipment to build our own boats, cars and aeroplanes!

Friday 11th October

Next week, we will be reading our new text The King of Tiny Things by Jeanne Willis and Gwen Millward, who also wrote the Bog Baby. We will be producing a poster about looking after our environment and its 'Tiny Things'.

 

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BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100.

BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100. 1
BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100. 2
BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100. 3
BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100. 4
BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100. 5
BINGO! What a brilliant way to practise recognising numbers to 100. 6

We are working on our rolling and jumping skills.

We are working on our rolling and jumping skills. 1
We are working on our rolling and jumping skills. 2
We are working on our rolling and jumping skills. 3
We are working on our rolling and jumping skills. 4
We are working on our rolling and jumping skills. 5

Friday 4th October

This week, we have been inspired by British landscape artists such as John Constable. We painted a picture of the pinewoods but we were only allowed the primary colours. We used our knowledge of colour mixing to make our desired colours. On Thursday, we went to the pinewoods and put our new skills to the test. We produced fantastic pieces of art which we are so proud of! 

In science, we have been observing our cress. We found out a plant needs water and light to grow big and strong. We were shocked to discover the plant with no water or light had grown but we could see it was weak and yellow. In English, we followed instructions to make a home for a Bog Baby. 

 

Next week, we will be writing a recount from our school trip to the pinewoods. In Geography, we will be using a compass to describe the location of features on a map.

Science- our results!

Green class making a home for a Bog Baby!

Friday 27th September

This week has been so exciting! On Monday, we decorated our stones in lots of different and wonderful ways. Today, we were finally allowed to embark on our brand new pirate ship. 

 

Next week, we will be continuing our work on our Bog Baby's Spotters Guide. We will be going on our trip to the pinewoods on Thursday to make observational drawings for our topic Come Outside. 

Ahoy!

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Homework

Each week children will be given six spellings to learn for the following Friday. We will send home the yellow quiz books, once marked, with your child's score. The new spellings for the following week will be stuck in their purple book. Please ensure the yellow and purple spelling book are always in your children's reading bag along with their reading record.

Handwriting books will be sent home every Friday to be returned by the following Thursday, or as soon as possible!

Every two weeks we will set online MyMaths homework. All children have been given a log on. If there are any problems, please let your child's class teacher know.

 

Thank you!

Friday 20th September

Next week, we will be reading our whole school book Only One You by Linda Kranz. The book focuses on the idea that everyone is special. Each child will paint a stone which will be collected and used to form a pathway to celebrate that our school is made up of unique individuals. 

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Week beginning 16.9.19

In P.E, we have enjoyed playing hockey! We learnt how to hold the hockey stick correctly and how to dribble with a ball. 

 

In science, we are investigating what a flower needs to grow. We have planted cress seeds in pots but they have been given different conditions to see who grows the strongest and biggest. 

 

Plant 1-  water and light.

Plant 2-  water but no light.

Plant 3-  light but no water.

Plant 4- no water and no light. 

 

Which plant does your child think will grow big and strong? 

Our science investigation

Friday 13th September

Next week, we will continue to read The Bog Baby. We will be planning and producing a Bog Baby's Spotters Guide, containing useful hints and tips.

 

In science, we will be carrying out class investigations. We are investigating what a plant needs to grow strong and healthy. 

 

In geography, we will be using aerial photographs of our school to spot human and physical features.

Week beginning 9.9.19

This week, we have enjoyed taking our learning outside. In Science, we looked closely at plants and trees in our school and sketched them. 

In English, we have enjoyed writing sentences containing verbs to say what the Bog Baby was doing. 

Today, Green class were shocked to find Barney not sitting on his Star of the Week chair! Luckily, we found a letter containing clues. We used our geography skills to solve the mystery. We are happy to announce he is now safely back where he belongs. 

Geography- A hunt for our class bear

Friday 6th September

In English, we will read our new text called The Bog Baby. We will describe the characters based on the evidence in the text. 

 

In Geography, we will go on a hunt around our school grounds to find our class bears. We will use our observational skills to find out more about our school environment.

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