What an exciting week it's been!
We have enjoyed sharing our previous Andy Goldsworthy homework with our peers and going outside to create some outdoor art. Take a look at some of the art below:
We also enjoyed a special assembly from a visitor who told us all about the celebration of Diwali. To any of Year Two who are celebrating this weekend we wish you a Happy Diwali!
The Year Two teachers also enjoyed meeting with parents this week during our consultations. We hope you found this a good opportunity to discuss your child with your class teacher.
This week has been yet another enjoyable week. We developed our mark making skills using pencil in Art, went on a Science walk to spot living things and finished our shoebox scenes in RE. Take a look at our photos below.
What an exciting week we've had! We started off by enjoying a fantastic Grandparents Morning. The children loved showing our visitors round and performing a short assembly to them. Tuesday was of course our exciting trip to Ashridge woods! We had an amazing time searching for minibeasts and learning about their environment as well as building dens. Here are some of our photos:
We also have enjoyed our RE lesson where we have begun making our shoebox scenes from the paralyzed man.
Please could we remind all parents that toys are not allowed in school. If children have toys they will be kept by the teacher until the end of the day.
This week we have enjoyed creating some artwork in the style of Kandinsky. We look forward to finishing them next week and putting them on display.
We have also been developing our mathematic skills by learning how to subtract using the column method.
We would also like to remind parents to pay for the trip to Ashridge Estate as we are still waiting for some payments.
We have been working hard this week in Year 2. We have been using diennes apparatus to learn how to add using the column method. In Topic we thought about things we might find outdoors that are man-made and natural.
Year 2 have had a great week settling into their new classes. We have enjoyed learning about 'Living Things' in Science and have also started our lessons in our English groups.
Please check your emails for an exciting letter about our woodland trip coming up shortly.