First week back

Year 2 have had a super first week back and we have all been so impressed with how hard they have been trying with their learning.

 

We have seen some fantastic measuring in Maths, measuring using non standard measures such as cubes and hands & also using standard measures to measure different objects around the classrooms.

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We have started our new topic of 'Plants' in Science and the children thought of some fantastic questions they would like to investigate, which we will be incorporating into our planning across the term.

 

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The weather this week has been perfect for our outdoor PE lessons. The children have been building on the football skills they learnt last term and have been applying these skills when learning how to pass the ball to one another and worked in small groups to intercept the ball.

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