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Year 2

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A visit to Gurdwara

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Children visited a place of worship to the Guru Nanak Gurdwara South Birmingham so they can experience the quietness in a place of worship.  Children understood why they needed to maintain the silence while people were praying.

As part of our topic this term children learn about the process of how chocolate is made. Children had an opportunity to explore the chocolate factory and  enjoyed the trip to the Cadbury world.

What a lovely way to end a term!smiley

Cadbury world

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As part of literacy lesson on instructions, children made some pancakes.smiley

Pancakes

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Pancakes 3
Pancakes 4
Pancakes 5

Thank you to all parents attended the workshop. We appreciated your support.smiley

 

Parents numeracy workshop

Parents numeracy workshop 1
Parents numeracy workshop 2
Parents numeracy workshop 3
Parents numeracy workshop 4

Inside Out- AMV- Spread My Wings- Kathryn Ostenberg

This is the song that we will be performing for anti bullying week.

Inside out Lyrics

Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line.

Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 1
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 2
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 3
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 4
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 5
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 6
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 7
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 8
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 9
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 10
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 11
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 12
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 13
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 14
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 15
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 16
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 17
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 18
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 19
Year 2 went to Aston Hall and explore the story of the Great Fire of London in a historic setting. Children discussed how the fire started by looking at bread ovens in the kitchen and discover why the flames spread so quickly and how they were eventually put out.Children dress up as key figures, including Thomas Farrinor and King Charles II, and explore a bedroom like the one Samuel Pepys slept in. We also learn 17th-century fire-fighting methods, trying their hands at lifting the heavy fire hook and passing a leather fire bucket along a line. 20

Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.

Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.  1
Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.  2
Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.  3
Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.  4
Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.  5
Year 2 went on a Gruffalo hunt. We walked through the deep, dark woody area of Farm Park. We found the Gruffalo's paw prints.  6

Information about Year 2 SAT's

Here are some useful links to help your child's learning in phonics:

 

Phase 3

Phonics Play: http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/Phase3Menu.htm

Letters and Sounds: http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-3-games.html

Phase 4:

Phonics Play: http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/Phase4Menu.htm

Letters and Sounds: http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-4-games.html

Phase 5:

Phonics Play: http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/Phase5Menu.htm

 

 

 

SOME USEFUL LINKS FOR MENTAL MATHS:

 

  • Create your number bond questions and type in your number,  example 10 and press enter.

     Set of A,B,C,D work sheets will be available to practice your number bonds.

      http://www.primaryworksheets.co.uk/nbonds/nbonds.html

 

  • Alien Addition provides practice in addition, this will help your child improve their skills on addition 

     http://www.arcademics.com/games/alien/alien.html

 

  • Here is a link to improve your child's multiplication practice using these fun games will enhance your child's learning.

     http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/times-tables

 

 

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