Silly salads!

Silly salads!

Year 2 have been making silly salads for DT. We peeled, chopped, sliced and grated fruit and vegetables to design a salad to help younger children be more healthy and eat more fruit and vegetables.

Our finished Silly Salads. They looked exactly like our designs!

Maths games

Maths games

In Year 2, we played Mathsopoly and Four-in-a-row to help us remember our addition and subtraction facts to 10. We enjoyed it so much we have asked for Miss Green to send the games home!

Victorian afternoon!

Victorian afternoon!

We are learning all about Victorian life in Year 2. Today we went back in time and had an afternoon in a Victorian classroom. The teachers were very strict, we couldn’t speak at all, they showed us the cane, and we weren’t even allowed to put our hand up unless we were given permission.

Even though it was very different, we liked some of the rules and are going to stand up in class when we speak as it makes people listen more.

We learnt the rules and used chalk to copy them out.

If we spoke we were sent to stand in the corner.

Whenever an adult walked into the room we stood up.

Year 2 plant hunt

Year 2 plant hunt

We are learning all about plants in science. We went around the school grounds and looked for different kinds of plants. The most common one we found was the Dandelion.

Our school walking bubble

Our school walking bubble

Dear Parent/Guardian,

The area outside our school is busy in the morning and at the end of the school day. Some drivers park irresponsibly, potentially placing children in danger. We have been working with the Local Authority who have helped create a ‘5-minute protective Walking Bubble’ around our school so that everyone can travel safely and actively to school. Our walking bubble map can be view below.

We are asking those who are able to walk, cycle or scooter to school as much as possible. Also, for those who must drive, to use their car as little as possible for school journeys and when they do drive park at least 5 minutes from the school gates and walk the rest of the way.

Can we remind parents to please park considerately to the local residents.

Yours Sincerely,

M Smith

Mr M Smith

Head Teacher

To view our walking bubble map, please click here.