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Class News

Christmas Crafts Morning

Thursday 21st December 2017

Thank you to our lovely parents and carers who came along to the Christmas Crafts Morning yesterday. All of the children had a lot of fun and were very keen to showcase their creations!


Imagine That Trip

Friday 15th December 2017

Years 1 and 2 had a brilliant time at Imagine That in Liverpool yesterday. We made Christmas decorations, melting snowman biscuits and bath bombs. We watched a Science Show, where Prof. Leon made a volcano explode and Prof. Emma made rocket fuel! All of the children had a great day exploring all the different areas, including the Role Play areas, Construction site and Science rooms. All of the staff were so proud of the excellent behaviour and attitude of all our little stars in Year 2.?


Lights, Camel, Action!

Tuesday 12th December 2017

Wow, what an amazing nativity performance by Years 1 and 2 today!

All of the children in the performance were superstars and have made all of the adults who work with them very proud. This year's Nativity was based on the popular 'Strictly Come Dancing' with our three judges, Donkey, The Innkeeper's Wife and Caesar. We had groups of Camels, Nazareth Townsfolk, Innkeepers, Shepherds and Angels performing,as well as Mary and Joseph of course. A great time was had by all!


Fly me to the Moon

Monday 30th October 2017

Last half term, all of the Year 2 children really enjoyed our topic all about Space. We researched The Space Race between America and Russia in the 1960’s and discovered that American astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. We then thought about modern day astronaut Tim Peake, and what life must have been like for him when he spent 6 months aboard the International Space Station. We finished our topic with a visit from a Spaceman and a Space Day in school. Take a look at our photographs in the gallery!


School Council News

Saturday 30th September 2017

During Friday's Medal Assembly, Mr Garry announced this year’s new School Council Representatives. During the previous weeks, children in all classes had taken part in a class vote to elect a Class Councilor. All elected councilors stood up at the front of assembly and received a certificate and councilor badge. Councilors will hold their first meeting during the course of next week. 

This year was different, however, as Mr Garry had decided to seek the election of candidates from both the Infant and Early Years departments so that the whole school would be represented in our council. Two representatives have been elected from Year 1 and again from Year 2. Two representatives have also been elected from Reception. These two councilors will act as representatives of the whole of EYFS until the summer term when a nominated member from both morning and afternoon nursery will take up the role. In addition to these changes, a member from last year's school council was nominated to serve another term under the position of 'Head Councilor'. This councilor will oversee the running of the school council with Mr Garry and will act as a mentor to all new councilors. 

Many congratulations to all those who were successfully elected by their peers. Your class clearly has a lot of faith in you and as a school, we too all have faith that you all will bring a positive contribution to our school over the course of the year. 

 

The elected members from all year groups are as follows:

EYFS - Sienna Houghton & Emily Swift

Year 1 - Ethan Walls & Alex Winstanley

Year 2 - Harley Letts & Lacey Mcevoy

Year 3 - Grace Langton & Rebecca Ashton

Year 4 - Olivia Mower & Charlotte Ashton

Year 5 - Mia Greenwood & Clayton Grimes

Year 6 - Alex Jonkers & Molly Davies

Head Councilor - Alesha Johnston 

Chairperson - Mr Garry


Christmas Crafts

Wednesday 14th December 2016

Christmas in Year 2 was so much fun! We all enjoyed practising for our Christmas nativity and think we put on an amazing performance! Thank you to all our family for coming to watch us, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

Before the Christmas holidays began we also had a lovely Christmas crafts morning working with our family to make lots of decorations to take home.


Maths Work

Sunday 11th December 2016

In maths we have been exploring two-digit numbers like 34, 78, 52, etc. We need to make we understand the value of each number, e.g. how many tens and how many units / ones each number is, which numbers are more / less, etc.

At home it will help us if we keep practising counting in 2’s, 5’s, 10’s and 3’s:

2              4              6              8              10           12           14           16           18           20

 

5              10           15           20           25           30           35           40           45           50           55           60           65

70           75           80           85           90           95           100

 

10           20           30           40           50           60           70           80           90           100

 

3              6              9              12           15           18           21           24           27           30

 


Joseph's Coat

Friday 2nd December 2016

At the end of our topic all about Joseph?s amazing coloured coat we shared our learning activities in our assembly. This is the script that some of the children chose to read out to explain what we have been doing in Year 2:

"We read a story from the Bible all about Joseph and a very special coat his father gave to him. Joseph had 11 brothers and they were all very jealous of his colourful coat. They thought Joseph was ?boasting? in his amazing coat and it made them feel very angry. We didn?t know what boasting meant so we picked it as our word of the week. Boasting means to talk proudly about something you have or have done in order to impress people. After reading the story we all began designing our own amazing coats to make and wear. Our first job was to choose which colour we wanted to dye our coat. We made a table to collect and record the information. Then we spent a long time looking at our designs and cutting out the shapes we needed from felt. We had to make sure we cut carefully and accurately. It was very tricky! Then we glued the shapes onto our coats making them brighter and even more colourful. We all had a go at sewing on our coats too which got some of us in a muddle and others became experts! We are really proud of the coats we have made and got the chance to explore some new skills whilst making them."