Monday 13th July
The final week has a pirate theme. There are lots of activities so it will take you into the summer holidays too. (We don't expect you to complete it all this week!) Have fun and be creative. You can share pirate stories and read fact files about real pirates. There are pirate science investigations, craft and lots of problem solving to find out who stole the treasure!
There is also a transition learning project and resources to work through with your child.
Monday 6th July- Home Learning
This week we are continuing with the Africa topic. You will learn about a significant person called Nelson Mandela. You will also learn about the Maasai nomads in rural Kenya. You can read some African folktales and continue with the African art activities. In Science you will continue to learn about plants and their life cycle. To keep you active there are some 8 minute work outs from Joe Wickes.
Monday 29th June-Home Learning.
This week would have been 'cultural week' in school. There are stories from around the world to share at reading time. Year Two look at Africa at this time of year so there is lots of information about Africa and activities to complete. There is some amazing African art for you to have a go at and some African dances to try!
Monday 22nd June- Home learning. This week would have been sports week in school so there are some activities / information about healthy eating and the importance of exercise. There are some fitness challenge cards to have a go at and a P.E. lesson with Marcus Rashford!
It is Armed Forces Day on the 27th June. There is a power point to share and a link to the Armed Forces Day website. One of the comprehensions this week is about Armed Forces Day.
Monday 15th June-The home learning for this week is below. Please look at the overview and choose an activity. The resources you need are in the folders. Some worksheets have different levels, for example, the comprehension sheets. Please choose the level that you think is right for your child. One star is the easiest and three stars is the hardest level. (The stars are at the bottom of the sheets).
It is Father's day on the 21st of June. There is a folder with lots of activities for children to do for fathers and grandfathers.
How are you all? I hope you and your grown ups are all ok and staying safe and well.
Just a little note to say I'm really missing you all and can't wait for us all to be back in Class 7 together again.
There are some new learning tasks below for you to complete at home, some fun activities based on our new topic and some well-being activities to help you all relax and have fun too. I have also added some extra maths challenge problems to really get you thinking!
It has been so lovely to chat to so many of you on the phone and all of your grown ups say you are doing so well at home, working hard and being really sensible about this strange situation we are in, as well as having lots of fun and learning new skills. We are all incredibly proud of you and you should be very proud of yourselves too!
Stay safe, look after yourselves and hope to see you soon.
Lots of love and hugs
Mrs Yates xxx
Welcome to Class 7 - Terrific Tigers
We are the Terrific Tigers and we are very excited to be in Year 2. Our teacher is Mrs Yates and we have help each week from Mrs Palmer, Mrs Hamm and Mrs Robey.
Autumn 1 2019
Last term our topic was 'Me, Myself and I'. We learnt all about being healthy and how to look after our bodies. Did you know that we should eat 5 portions of fruit and vegetables every day, do 1 hour of exercise and get 10 hours of sleep each night?
Autumn 2 2019
We have a new topic this term and we're very excited about this one!! It is.....
Remembrance Day 2019
We made special boats for an exhibition at the National Memorial Arboretum to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Our painted boats will make up part of a special tribute to the almost 7000 vessels and 156,000 troops who sailed to the beaches of Normandy on 6th June 1944. We decorated our boats with poppies and camouflage designs. At the Arboretum they will be added to the other boats in the exhibition to make a total of 6939 wooden vessels - 1 for each of the ships which sailed that day.
Spring 1 2020
Our new topic is 'London's Burning!' We will be learning all about the Great Fire of London including what London was like in 1666 and how it was different from London now, where and how the fire started and why it spread so quickly.
World of Work Week
Our World of Work Week in March was really interesting and informative. We were very lucky to have lots of visitors who came to talk to us about where they work and what they do. We asked lots of questions and found out about a range of different jobs. A big thank you to all the grown up who came in to speak to us!