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Welcome to Year 2 2020

Meet the Teachers Welcome Video 


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Term 6
Our Traction Man inspired stories are looking in fantastic!
Some pictures from our Sports Morning. Brilliant effort from everyone - well done!
Postcards from our pretend school trip to Paris today. 
Finished Polar Bear sculptures!
Polar Bear sculptures in progress...
We have been learning about hot and cold colours. Have a look at our beautiful Hot Dogs and Cool Cats. 
Some snippets of video from our “Owl and the Pussycat” themed Class Worship this afternoon. Enjoy!


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We have made our own illustrations for Edward Lear’s poem “The Owl and the Pussycat”.
The Flower Fairies helped us identify flowers in the garden today. 
We are going to miss our chicks when they leave tomorrow so we made our own fluffy pom-pom chicks to remind us of them. 
Watching our eggs hatch. 


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A socially distanced music lesson.


We made pictures using real leaves and flowers inspired by our new book “Wild” by Emily Hughes. 

Home Learning

(Updated 22/03/2020)

Please click on the Power Point or the PDF version below to access the home learning guidance for this class.

Term 4
In case you didn’t take your Mother’s Day cards home on Friday, here they all are. So beautiful!
Our first Ukelele lesson. We loved it! Thank you Mrs Julier!
Here is our Sleeping Beauty story map. Can you use it to retell the story?
Fantastic costumes for World Book Day!
Term 3
In Science this term we have been learning about Materials. Here we are testing materials to see which are waterproof and which are the most absorbent. We then thought about which material would make the best raincoat for Tidy Teddy. Foil was waterproof but tears easily.  We needed to find a material which was strong as well as waterproof. 
Each term we do an observational drawing in our sketch books. This term the subject is “My Shoe”. 
Term 2
Here we are on the way to our Christmas service at the church.
Christmas dinner! And our hats doubled as a Maths lesson in repeating patterns.
What a lot of lovely angels and innkeepers ready for our Nativity Play.
We have been looking at 3D shapes in Maths. We went on a hunt around the school to spot 3D shapes in the environment.
A new display of our fabulous favourite toy pictures to replace our equally beautiful Rainbow Fish. 
Have a look at some photos from our first gymnastics lesson at Faversham Gym. We are so lucky to get to use all the fantastic equipment there!

Design &Technology Week 2019

We began our week with a visit to the garage on London Road. We looked at the new cars in the showroom, inspected an engine and watched the mechanics fixing cars in the workshop. 

We learned to name the parts of a car and then applied our new vocabulary to labelling a real car. 
Here are some Year 1s with their car-building teams and some photos from the Grande Finale races. 
To support our new book Dogger, we brought our own favourite cuddly toys to school. Here they are helping with our Maths!
In Science we have been learning to identify birds. Can you recognise these birds from our paintings?
Term 1
Here are some pictures from Harvest Festival this morning and the story map we used to help us perform “The King’s Breakfast” by AA Milne. Can you remember all the words?
These are the big paintings we made to help us with ideas for our colour-themed senses poems and a class poem we planned and wrote together about the colour yellow. 
In Science, we have been learning about how trees change in the different seasons. We are waiting for the leaves to change colour and fall to the ground so that we know that it is Autumn.

We have been learning to tell the story of The Little Red Hen, using actions and a story map. Ask for a performance!

We also made our own bread using flour that we ground ourselves, just like the Little Red Hen. It was delicious and very professional looking!

Memories of our time in Ramsey Class (Reception)


We have continued our theme of journeys this week enjoying stories like ‘The Naughty Bus’ and ‘The Train Ride.’ We have drawn pictures of where we would like to travel to and painted our faces ready for our journey on our imaginary class bus. In Maths we have been learning about direction and building our own obstacle courses to direct a toy and each other through.
We have started our new theme about journeys and transport. We enjoyed our book ‘You Can’t Take an Elephant on a Bus’ and wrote interesting sentences about the types of animals that can’t go on the bus and why. In Maths we have been learning to read and write number to 100. We have also made bike as part of the story ‘Mrs Armitage on Wheels’ and enjoyed our new part of the outside classroom.