A group of students had a magical trip to Hogwarts (Nottingham Branch) in order to study under their wise and wonderful tutelage.
*No rabbits were harmed, or pulled from hats, during this trip
Thank you to our liturgy group who delivered a lovely liturgy to celebrate Mary. We talked about how she knew her son, Jesus, was special and thought about what our mums do so that we know we are special to them.
2C used the Isabella Wallace strategy- The Differentiator, to learn all about Tim Peake before our visit to the Space Centre next week!
We have definitely decided that we would like to be astronauts!
Becoming History Detectives at the New Walk Museum was a fantastic way to spend a school day! Here's what we got up to;
'When we arrived at the Museum, we went to a Egyptian gallery with a women called Jeannie. We sat on the floor and Jeannie showed us different objects
In preparation for the Robin Hood Marathon, Richard Whitehead came into our school to talk to us about his sporting career and help us train for Sunday's run.
'Richard Whitehead is a Paralympic gold medalist. His greatest gift from God was to run. He has taken part and won in the
This morning, 2C used their book, 'The man on the moon' to decide what a day in the alien's life would like. They worked together as a group, to make models of the different parts of a very short story.
Great team work in Year 2. Children finding equivalent fractions for ½, ¼, ¾ and 1/3.
Year 2 have been learning about plants and how they grow. Last week, we set up an investigation to find out what they need in order to germinate and grow into a new plant. We used cress seeds, cotton wool and petri dishes. Then, we used four different conditions: light/water,
2C practising their music with untuned instuments. We used symbols to represent how we would use each one and manipulated the symbols to show how loudly the instrument would be played. All of this information was used to write a score. Well done, a great job!
Yesterday, Year 2 had an absolutely fantastic day at Conkers! We took our classroom learning, about minibeasts and their habitats, out into the world and put it into practise. We compared our local area (the allotment) to a larger habitat there. Each group used a sheet to tick off the