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Welcome to 2l

Your teacher is Mrs Lea and your teaching assistant is Miss Lester. 

Class Story...

Our class book is The Last Wolf..  I have a feeling that our class will love this book - we will do lots of work using this story and you will make yourselves proud!  We will be looking at endangered animals and we are going to use this website to find more facts:  https://www.activewild.com/endangered-animals-facts-for-kids/

 

Our Topic this term: Let it Grow!

Fitness Day

We have been very busy today in our PE lesson.  It is National Fitness Day so we thought we would share some photographs to show you...

Our new topic is All About Me.  We will be learning about the world around us, about living things, animals and their habitats, mapping skills, new goals, making friends and keeping them, number work and learning about Tabitha Lumpett and Timothy Limpett!  I can't wait! 

2L Photographs

Today we have been real life scientists!

We had our very own magnifying glass and we went on the hunt for minibeasts in our woodland walk.  We were looking for different habitats and talked about looking after living things.  We were very excited - have a look at our photographs to see us on our adventure.  We are going on a mini-beast hunt.... We are not scared...

maths

This week we celebrated World Maths Day.  We were able to do lots of activities - we had so much fun!  We made a floor book to celbrate out Maths Day.

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A big welcome to Isaac who has joined our class - he is settling into our class well - we cannot wait to get to know you, Isaac!

A big thank you to our class for helping celebrate World Book Day 2022.  You all looked amazing in your costumes and we were able to discuss our favourite books and completed activities to encourage us to read even more!

This week, we are celebrating Science week - we had the local police in our class and they told us how the police use science to help them solve crimes.  We took prints of our fingerprints and could see that we all have different prints.  We were able to ask the police officers questions and some children are even thinking of joining the police when they are older.

We are also celebrating International Women's day and looking at famous women who are significant women of history, We have looked at Mary Seacole, Florence Nightingale and heard about Marie Currie in our KS1 assembly.  We have a busy week a head and we cannot wait!

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Latest News:

Our new songs to help up remember facts:

We have learnt songs so we can remember geography facts - the seven continents and the five oceans.  Also, we have been learning a song about the Great Fire of London.  We are learning new songs about Florence Nightingale in the coming weeks - we do like to sing!

2L Photographs

Today we have been real life scientists!

We had our very own magnifying glass and we went on the hunt for minibeasts in our woodland walk.  We were looking for different habitats and talked about looking after living things.  We were very excited - have a look at our photographs to see us on our adventure.  We are going on a mini-beast hunt.... We are not scared...

maths

This week we have been looking at numbers.  We can order them, read them, compare them and are trying hard to count forwards and backwards.  2L have been very busy and have really worked hard.  Look at our photographs below ...

This Week: W/c: 07.03.22

A big welcome to Isaac who has joined our class - he is settling into our class well - we cannot wait to get to know you, Isaac!

This week, we are celebrating Science week - we had the local police in our class and they told us how the police use science to help them solve crimes.  We took prints of our fingerprints and could see that we all have different prints.  We were able to ask the police officers questions and some children are even thinking of joining the police when they are older.

 

We are also celebrating International Women's day and looking at famous women who are significant women of history, We have looked at Mary Seacole, Florence Nightingale and heard about Marie Currie in our KS1 assembly.  We have a busy week a head and we cannot wait!

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Latest News:

Our new songs to help up remember facts:

We have learnt songs so we can remember geography facts - the seven continents and the five oceans.  Also, we have been learning a song about the Great Fire of London.  We are learning new songs about Florence Nightingale in the coming weeks - we do like to sing!

Our new topic is All About Me.  We will be learning about the world around us, about living things, animals and their habitats, mapping skills, new goals, making friends and keeping them, number work and learning about Tabitha Lumpett and Timothy Limpett!  I can't wait! 

2L Photographs

Today we have been real life scientists!

We had our very own magnifying glass and we went on the hunt for minibeasts in our woodland walk.  We were looking for different habitats and talked about looking after living things.  We were very excited - have a look at our photographs to see us on our adventure.  We are going on a mini-beast hunt.... We are not scared...

maths

This week we have been looking at numbers.  We can order them, read them, compare them and are trying hard to count forwards and backwards.  2L have been very busy and have really worked hard.  Look at our photographs below ...

This Week: W/c: 07.03.22

A big welcome to Charlea who has joined our class - he is settling into our class well - we cannot wait to get to know you, Isaac!

This week, we are celebrating Science week - we had the local police in our class and they told us how the police use science to help them solve crimes.  We took prints of our fingerprints and could see that we all have different prints.  We were able to ask the police officers questions and some children are even thinking of joining the police when they are older.

 

We are also celebrating International Women's day and looking at famous women who are significant women of history, We have looked at Mary Seacole, Florence Nightingale and heard about Marie Currie in our KS1 assembly.  We have a busy week a head and we cannot wait!

IMG_4038

Latest News:

Our new songs to help up remember facts:

We have learnt songs so we can remember geography facts - the seven continents and the five oceans.  Also, we have been learning a song about the Great Fire of London.  We are learning new songs about Florence Nightingale in the coming weeks - we do like to sing!

We are continuing with our 'Let it Grow' topic, We are going over what we have learnt about plants and we are going to work on our science targets and complete more experiments to see if we understand what plants need to survive.  Our new book is The Treekeepers, we are really enjoying it so far and we look forward to finding out more about the characters.  We are learning about Florence Nightingale and compare her work with Mary Seacole.  In D/T we are going to be looking at different mechanisms and we are going to use the mechanisms to make intereactive pages of our book.  We have a lot to do in this short term - but we will achieve our targets.

2L Photographs

Today we have been real life scientists!

We had our very own magnifying glass and we went on the hunt for minibeasts in our woodland walk.  We were looking for different habitats and talked about looking after living things.  We were very excited - have a look at our photographs to see us on our adventure.  We are going on a mini-beast hunt.... We are not scared...

maths

This week we have been looking at numbers.  We can order them, read them, compare them and are trying hard to count forwards and backwards.  2L have been very busy and have really worked hard.  Look at our photographs below ...

The Arts week

We have been very busy bees this week.  We have been celebrating Arts week and have produced some amazing art work.  We have learnt about LS Lowry and produced work inspired by this famous artist.  We have sketched and used charcoal.  We have learnt all about the orchestra and know all the different families - ask our class and they will give you lots of information! In maths we have been looking at number bonds and had a practical session using the counters to help you.  Today we have all dressed up in yellow for Hello Yellow Young Minds - the children look fabulous - Enjoy our photographs from this week.  

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Latest News:

Our new songs to help up remember facts:

We have also been learning songs to remember facts about the Great Fire of London (Our History Topic) and songs for geography to remember the continents and oceans of the world.  We are learning new songs about Florence Nightingale - when we know all the words and actions we will add a video for you.

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We are continuing with our 'Let it Grow' topic, We are going over what we have learnt about plants and we are going to work on our science targets and complete more experiments to see if we understand what plants need to survive.  Our new book is The Treekeepers, we are really enjoying it so far and we look forward to finding out more about the characters.  We are learning about Florence Nightingale and compare her work with Mary Seacole.  In D/T we are going to be looking at different mechanisms and we are going to use the mechanisms to make intereactive pages of our book.  We have a lot to do in this short term - but we will achieve our targets.

2L Photographs

Today we have been real life scientists!

We had our very own magnifying glass and we went on the hunt for minibeasts in our woodland walk.  We were looking for different habitats and talked about looking after living things.  We were very excited - have a look at our photographs to see us on our adventure.  We are going on a mini-beast hunt.... We are not scared...

maths

This week we have been looking at numbers.  We can order them, read them, compare them and are trying hard to count forwards and backwards.  2L have been very busy and have really worked hard.  Look at our photographs below ...

The Arts week

We have been very busy bees this week.  We have been celebrating Arts week and have produced some amazing art work.  We have learnt about LS Lowry and produced work inspired by this famous artist.  We have sketched and used charcoal.  We have learnt all about the orchestra and know all the different families - ask our class and they will give you lots of information! In maths we have been looking at number bonds and had a practical session using the counters to help you.  Today we have all dressed up in yellow for Hello Yellow Young Minds - the children look fabulous - Enjoy our photographs from this week.  

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Latest News:

Our new songs to help up remember facts:

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Helpful Information

£1.00 on a Monday for fruit all week - in an envelope with your child's name on and the amount enclosed.

 

 


Reading books every day so if we have a message we can write it in their book.  Also we will change your child's book as soon as he/she has read it.  Parents/carers to sign their books and the next book can be taken home.

 


 

Homework given to your child on a Friday and it needs to be handed in on the following Monday (Unless it is a family project).  It should not take more than 20 minutes maximum - let your child make mistakes - that is how they learn - we can go over it in class and making mistakes tells me they are trying - it should not be stressful.  Any problems please let me know!
 


We will be working on a new computing curriculum and I will let you know more about this once we are up and running.

 


Children will be continuing to wash their hands and having hand sanitiser throughout the day - they are used to being squirted!  Equipment and tables are washed frequently.  Can I remind children that only essential equipment - ie) PE Kits and packed lunches are to be brought in to school.  Pencil cases and toys are not allowed - We have provided the children their own equipment in a pencil case.
 


Bring your PE kits on a Monday and take them home on Friday for a wash. Remember some PE lessons will be outside so please make sure your child has black or navy leggings or jogging pants and a sweatshirt or jacket.  PLEASE ensure your child's PE kit and uniform are labelled with your child's name.

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All belongings to be labelled so that we can find the owners as soon as possible - we appreciate it - if we work together it makes our lives so much nicer.

 

We are a team in 2L and you belong to it now!

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