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Fire! Fire! – Spring Term 2018

We had an exciting start to our Spring Term theme, Fire! Fire!, with a workshop where we went ‘back in time’ to 1666!

The children learnt all about the people involved in and events of The Great Fire of London, through brilliant drama activities and role play. The children also took part in a wonderful ‘fire’ dance! Check out our pictures below for a sneaky peak at our activities!

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We are also having Ninja Kids for our PE this half term and the children thoroughly enjoyed their first session, learning some new moves, names and how to use control in their movements.

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All About Me – Autumn 2017

Welcome to the new Year Two class of 2017-2018!

We are looking forward to an exciting term, full of lots of different activities whilst we are getting to know each other! Our theme this term is ‘All About Me’ and we have already been finding out lots about our bodies, including some of the internal organs humans have!

We will be thinking about growing up and how to stay healthy, and are especially looking forward to a visit from the Explorer Dome – a huge dome set up in the hall which the children go into – the theme of our session will be about healthy bodies.

After the half term, the children will get to design and make their own fruit salads, in between practising for the Christmas Play!

We will keep you updated as the term goes on with all the brilliant things we do!

Copsegrove Farm Visit

Class Two had an absolutely fantastic visit to Copsegrove Farm!! We spent the day in the woods, looking at geographical features and plants, as well as engaging in a whole variety of wonderful, inspiring activities! These included setting and then following treasure trails, cooking marshmallows and wraps by the fire, den building and one of the most favourite activities – making ‘tree trolls’ (faces made out of clay that the children pasted onto tree trunks!).

The children were all brilliant and all got fully and enthusiastically involved in every activity! It was fantastic to see how much they were enjoying their learning in a different, outdoor environment. A big thank you to all our adult helpers too, who also got fully involved in the day, especially with the den building, as well as getting messy making tree trolls!

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Island Life – Summer 2017

We have had a busy time during this half term. Aside from learning about our new theme, the children have been busy working very hard to complete their SATs. They have all tried their best and showed a fantastic attitude and great concentration throughout. We are very proud of them all!

Our theme this term is looking at the United Kingdom, the geography of it, as well as its physical and human features. The children have so far enjoyed several outdoor activities, exploring plants around our school with our ‘scientist’ hats on. They have also enjoyed working with Y1 partners to explore the different human and physical features around our school (attached are photos of this session). The Year 2’s have also been on an exciting walk (in the pouring rain!!) around Bussage village to discover the different features we could see around there. Considering the amount of rain we experienced, the children were brilliant and kept up very high spirits throughout!!

We are looking forward to our visit to Copesgrove Farm just after the half term break and our Class Assembly, which will be later on in June.IMG_3636 IMG_3629 IMG_3625 IMG_3620 IMG_3618 IMG_3617 IMG_3616 IMG_3615 IMG_3614

Trip to Sudeley Castle

Class Two had a brilliant day at Sudeley Castle on Tuesday! We really enjoyed seeing lots of the things we have been learning about, such as arrow slits and battlements, but especially the models of Henry VIII and his six wives. We were lucky to meet Catherine Parr (Henry’s 6th wife) who lived at Sudeley Castle and who is buried there too – her tomb is in the Chapel in the castle grounds. The children also particularly enjoyed exploring the maze and the very large castle adventure playground! Thank you to our adult helpers, too, for giving up their time and who (hopefully!) enjoyed the day as much as we did!

Spring Term 2017 – Once Upon a Time

We are very excited to announce our Spring Term theme is ‘Once Upon a Time’! We will be using lots of different skills, especially how to be a good Historian, when researching all about Castles and life in the Medieval and Tudor times. We will also be learning all about Traditional Tales (which often begin ‘Once upon a time….’) as part of our English over the next few weeks.

We started our theme work with a fantastic workshop, run by the Freshwater Theatre Company’, which involved lots of drama, movement and fun! It was based around Castles and some of the different people that lived in Medieval Times. All the children thoroughly enjoyed it and we’re looking forward to lots more fun as the term continues! Please enjoy looking at some of our photographs from the workshop.

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I have attached a file which has lots of different spelling activities you could use at home to help your child practise their words and the spelling rules they are bringing home.


Thank you!

Mrs Seymour

Autumn Term 2016 – On the Move!

img_5407We have had an exciting start to our learning in Class Two! Our theme work began with a fun afternoon exploring forces (pushes and pulls) using PE equipment, the adventure and trim trail.

The following week, we had our ‘Wheelie Day’ which (after a slight worry with the lunchtime thunderstorm!!) was very successful! The children loved riding their bikes, scooters and roller skates around the playground and our roundabout, finding out whether they had to push or pull to move their vehicle. We also thought about how they could change direction and move faster or slower.

We are looking forward to lots more exciting learning as the term goes on!

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Spring Term 2016 – Fire! Fire!

We had another great term in Class Two whilst doing our theme ‘Fire! Fire!’. It all started with a brilliant workshop about the Great Fire of London. The children had a brilliant time learning lots of facts and joining in with lots of actions, songs and dancing – check out our photos linked to this blog for a couple of action snapshots!!

The children learnt to be super historians through exploring the events of the Great Fire of London. They used different sources of information to find out how the fire started, why it spread so quickly and how London was rebuilt afterwards. As part of our theme work, the children painted and collaged some very effective fire pictures and used tools and various other skills to make models of houses from 1666. Our photos attached have some great examples of these!

We also had our Class Assembly, along with Year 1, where we told the story of the fire and performed a very effective fire dance to the exciting music from Riverdance. As well as this, the children made their own information booklets about the Great Fire and learnt to sing the round ‘London’s Burning’.

Another thing the children enjoyed during the Spring term was World Book Day, where they dressed as their favourite character from Room on the Broom. We had lots of fun acting out the story and making bookmarks linked to this.

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Autumn Term 2015

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Our theme was ‘All About Me’ and the children enjoyed lots of activities and experiences in relation to this.

One exciting activity was our ‘Explorer Dome’ workshop where the children went inside a huge, inflatable dome to learn all about keeping healthy. The children also made fruit cocktails, which were very yummy and enjoyed by both adults and children alike!!

Just before the October half term, we had a special World Awareness Week, where the children explored cultures from different countries. In Class Two, the theme was France and the children made information booklets, did some counting and even made crepes!

We have included some photographs of some of our experiences for you to enjoy.

We are looking forward to sharing our Spring Term experiences with you very soon!