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Melissa (Year 2)

Science What material is best for touching ice?

Outdoor learning day- Painting pictures of Micro Habitats around the school

Science-Making a composter Rot Bot

Art Inspired by Andy Goldsworthy

Computing- Programming Robot Algorithms

Young Voices Biggest Sing 2021

 

This afternoon we were proud to join the 370,000 strong Young Voices choir to sing and sign Bill Withers' 'Lovely Day'.  The children enjoyed a physical warm-up with Andy Instone - Young Voices Street Dance Guru.  Followed by a vocal warm-up with David Lawrence, Principal Conductor for the Young Voices choir.   The children sang their hearts out and thoroughly enjoyed taking part in this awesome event.  

Planting our beans we grew from seed.

Getting active with maths.

Our finished bridges and towers.

Whenever we can we take our learning outside.

Physical Education-In dance we moved liked seeds growing and dispersing.

Computing Education Summer term Programming – Robot algorithms

Religious Education- Making an Easter Garden

Learning about coordinates and mapping.

Key Stage 1, December festivals and celebrations afternoon.

Design and Technology. Exploring materials that float and sink and planning which materials to use for a boat.

Learning about the festival of Diwali.

Welcome to Melissa Class! 

Bright Day

Religious Education Exploring what it is like to be part of a Christian family.

Making potions in response to our Story book Rapunzel by Bethan Woollvin

Physical Education Team building games.

Exploring colours and colour mixing.

Exploring where we live.

Science Discovering properties of Materials

Topic Plan Autumn 2020

Internet Matters Guide. Online Safety for parents of children 6-10 years. 20.04.20

'To support you to keep your children safe when working online, one of the best websites to use to help you is 'Internet matters.org'. It has up to date information on games and apps your children may want to play. It also has safety advice for working online for your family. You can also find on the website how to put security settings and parental controls in place for your own devices and your home internet systems. https://www.internetmatters.org/ 

Please also find uploaded the appropriate age guides for your children when working online. 

 

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