Hello and welcome to our class blog!
In our class Miss Gibson is our teacher and our learning is supported by Miss Mullally and Mrs Quinn. Here you can find out lots of information about what 2G are learning about this year and any other important information!
Here is a copy of our with some important dates and information.
Reading – Children are encouraged to read at home every night in order to become fluent, confident readers. As well as listening to your child read, ask lots of questions to ensure they understand the text.Thank you for your continued support with this.
Spellings – given out every Monday to practise at home each night. The children also have a copy in school which they practise each morning! The weekly spelling test is on Friday.
Maths – There are lots of things to practise at home which will help your child in school:
– Chant and recall 2, 5 and 10 times tables
– counting forwards and backwards to 100
– telling the time
– using money
And some some fun games to help.
We have PE each Monday afternoon, children should have their full school PE kits with them every Monday!
Please click the link below to access lots of helpful information and advice about the KS1 SATS.
Meet our fluffy friends! We loved having them visit, giving them a cuddle and watching them splash about. We weren’t so sure about all of the mess they left for us to clean up after them though!
We had lots of fun dressing up as our favourite Roald Dahl characters and learning about George’s Marvellous Medicine. We are super creative, creating our own medicines!
We had a great morning at Gilmoss recycling centre. We did lots of activities to learn how to reduce, reuse & recycle and saw how all the recyclable rubbish is sorted in the factory.
Here we are mixing colours and making lighter and darker shades painting The Outback in Australia.
We had a lovely surprise visit from our local fire fighters!
Here are some photographs of us enjoying our Maths lessons!
We loved reading the Traction Man story. We needed to describe Traction Man’s adventures in the murky waters of the sink so we used our senses. We put our hands in some sticky beans, bendy pasty, bubbly water and came up with some amazing adjectives.
These are our story maps that we created to support our writing! We worked collaboratively, using our creativity and excellent communication skills.