Category: year2

Tails from the Zoo

https://www.zsl.org/news/tails-from-the-zoo Zookeepers at ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoos have swapped their brooms for books to launch a series of virtual bedtime stories – in a bid to keep their beloved animals in touch with their youngest fans during the nationwide lockdown. The tails from the zoo  will be available to watch online on the Zoos’ …

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Natural History Museum

Starting this week The Natural History Museum have set up a homework club.  Each week they will have different themes. Why don’t you join the homework club and learn  along with them to do each activity in your own time.  On Fridays they are running a live quiz to test what you have learnt over …

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Wonderful Work!

We have enjoyed seeing some of the wonderful work that year 2 have been doing at home.  Have a look and see if anyone did the same tasks  as you. See  you soon The Year 2 Team

Blob Opera

Hello Year 2, I hope you are all having a good week at home. I came across this activity yesterday and had so much fun playing with it and creating my own opera music that I thought I would share it with you. https://artsandculture.google.com/experiment/blob-opera/AAHWrq360NcGbw I hope you have as much fun as I did! You …

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Angels at St James’s Churchyard

The children at Merry Hill have been busy making these wonderful angels which St James’ Church, Bushey have used to decorate their churchyard together with the help from pupils at Little Reddings. If you do not get the opportunity to visit the churchyard please take a look at their video below:    

Amazing Assemblies

Our wonderful School Councillors have taken on the responsibility of leading a class assembly each week. This week we had 2 lovely assemblies to listen to and take part in. Cecily prepared and shared an assembly linked to the theme of cultures. It was all about the importance of waiting and used Advent calendars as …

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The Great Fire of London

We have been learning about The Great Fire of London by researching a range of sources. One of the ways we have found out more is by using websites and games on the internet. Here we are using Seesaw to navigate a number of links to sites with facts which we recorded onto our whiteboards …

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Great Fire of London

On Wednesday we enjoyed sharing our knowledge about The Great Fire of London with our friends. We looked at houses in 1666 and compared them to our houses. We noticed that they all had wooden beams on and that they were larger at the top than the bottom. We had great fun making our own …

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No Pens Day Wednesday

This Wednesday we joined hundreds of schools nationally by putting our pens and pencils away and using our Speaking and Listening skills to learn instead. What is No Pens Day Wednesday? Take a look at the assembly below which really got us all thinking: We were startled to discover the importance of a good vocabulary …

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Children in Need

Thank you to our School Councillors for making excellent workouts for us to exercise to as part of BBC Children in Need. Here are the workouts for you to try at home and pictures of us all getting very tired out as we took part in them.