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In our science lesson, we created food chains to show how organisms depend on each other in their habitats.


As a part of our English engagement week, we made made formal headdresses to wear to a  class Medieval Banquet. This was part of our focus on  the lifestyle of citizens living in Medieval castles.

Character Day 2022

Happy New Year! I hope that you had a great Christmas break. Our Spring1 topic  is science based and is called  'Cunning Creatures'. We will be learning about Brazil and some of the amazing creatures living in the Amazon Rainforest.

In addition, we will be discussing ways in which we can become more eco-friendly and help to protect  our amazing planet Earth. Our science topic is , 'Living Things and Their Habitats' and will form a suitable link with our topic. 

Welcome to Year Two! I hope you had a fantastic holiday and you are looking forward to the new adventures for this school year. I am looking forward to getting to know you and about your aspirations. Throughout the year, we will be engaging in lots of exciting activities and exploring a range of topics in our learning.

We will have so much fun together!

In Science  we have been learning about everyday materials.

We are now experts at identifying the  materials that used  for making various products and why they may be suitable. We investigated various types of material to find the most suitable one for stopping a hole in a bucket.  We sang the song, 'There is a hole in the bucket...' as we carried out the investigation.

In PE we have been working in pairs to mirror the movements of our partners and creating different ways of balancing.