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Spring 1

The culprit is revealed...


Today we looked at all of the suspects fingerprints. We sorted them into the patterns we could see. We narrowed it down to three people because we know the culprit had a loop fingerprint.

In assembly we went through every year groups evidence to narrow it down to the one person... and it was MR DEVLIN!!

Although he told us he needed the money for a new trophy cabinet.. so Mr Outterside told us that he will help us Mr Devlin get one smiley



Science - CSI


We were shocked by the announcement that the famous painting by Marcel Riley was 'stolen'!! Each year group was given a piece of evidence that was left at the crime scene to investigate. The list of suspects were 12 teachers.... and somehow Miss Holisz and I ended up being a suspect too!! Although.. it definitely wasn't us...smiley


We were given the fingerprints that were left at the scene. First we had to become experts on fingerprints and find out all about them. We used play dough, blue tack, paper and balloons to experiment...





Year 2 went out to the garden today to investigate microhabitats. First we explored and had a look around. We then made a tally chart for the amount of minibeasts we found so we could create our own pictogram for this.


This afternoon we had a woodlouse experiment to test which conditions they prefer to live in. We collected woodlice and made 4 different conditions for them: dark and damp, dark and dry, bright and damp and bright and dry. We left them for 20 minutes to find out the results. We discovered that they mostly went towards the dark and damp area! What a fun day we had smiley

Green screen


We felt very lucky to have Mr Thoburn join us on Friday afternoon. He helped us bring our diaries to life by using the green screen which showed us at the fire!! Watch this space next week to see all of their diary entries...

Diary writing


Year 2 have been really working hard writing their diaries as if they were at the Great Fire of London. They created their own name and family life and described the events. The used a success criteria to check their work. Well done Year 2!!



School nurse visit- PANTS


This afternoon, Year 2 were visited by the school nurse to tie in with our PSHE topic- What is right? She talked to us about Pantosaurus who helped us to remember the rules. It is really important you talk to your children about this and remind them of PANTS.

Here is a link to the website if you would like to find out more


This is what we learnt:


P- Privates are private

A- Always remember your body belongs to you

N- No means no

T- Talk about secrets that upset you

S- Speak up, someone can help

Science- food chains


Today the children were tasked with finding as many food chains as possible. They used cups to represent the food chains. The children were super at this and explaining their answers.



Dividing by grouping


Today the children were tasked with proving their answers by using equipment. We used bead strings, number rods, numicon and counters to prove division number sentences.

Maths- Multiply on a number line


We have been learning about how to multiply. We have looked at groups, and now we are using a number line. The children are learning their 2,5 and 10 tables.


Can you have a go at these at home? How many multiplication facts can you answer in a minute?!

Meeting Samuel Pepys


What a great start to the week!! We are really loving our new topic - Great Fire of London. We were greeted by the famous diarist Samuel Pepys today to share his story. Its fair to say we couldn't believe how different life was in 1666. He told us all about what happened when he saw it and how he buried his best cheese and wine. Some of us even got to taste some of it!


Can you do any research at home about Samuel Pepys?