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Autumn 1

Our Curiculum web for this half term.

Class 6 Reading Week’s star 🌟

Reading Week - We have loved reading books with our friends this morning.

In PE we had such a great rolling skills session.

16.10.20 We have had such a busy morning ‘talking the text’ and drawing our own text map. We can’t wait to talk the text next week. It will be a great way to finish a fantastic half-term!

Music in Year 2!

These are some of the books we have been reading linked to our topic.

12.10.20 - DT - We have been practicing a running stich ahead of tomorrow's DT project. Top work!!

We have been partitioning in different ways in Maths.

In History, we loved looking at different sources of information about the Great Fire of London. We learnt so much information.

Friday 25th September - we loved learning a new games in PE called birds in the nest. The yellow team ended the game with the most eggs - great job!

During our place value Maths work we have enjoyed making different two digit numbers and partitioning into tens and ones.

We loved sharing our lockdown work with our friends. We all thought the work was fantastic!

What an excellent start to the year we have had!

In PE, we have loved doing different circuits to improve our fitness.

Before learning about the Great Fire of London, we loved finding the United Kingdom, Newcastle and London in an Atlas.

We loved standing on the continents of the world!