Class Activities 2019 – 2020
Class 2 decorating their Christmas tree
We decorated our class Christmas tree together. It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
Class 2 Snow!
In science we are learning all about Seasonal changes and what we notice around us during Winter. Today we decided to carry out an experiment and try our hand to making snow! We had lots of fun mixing ingredients together to make the perfect gloopy snow for building snowmen. Look at our amazing snowmen!
UNCRC 28 – Right to an education
Evie’s Rainbow Awards
We are so proud of all of Evie’s hard work with her Rainbow group. She has worked super hard with the Rainbows and is now very excited to join Brownies. Look at all of her badges! Well done Evie!
A massive well done to Farren who has recently achieved his first badgers at Beavers. Keep up all of the hard work Farren – well done!
Today we made turnip soup. In Literacy we have learnt all about instructional texts. We have looked at recipes and talked about the features of the text. Today we followed a recipe to make soup. We had to wash our hands, chop the vegetables, put them in the pan then give the pan to Sarah so she could boil the vegetable. An hour later she told us it was ready and we went to watch her blend it all together. We loved it! We made very yummy soup.
UNCRC – Right to nutritious food.
Matthew and George had a lovely surprise for us today. Last night, at home, they built us a truly amazing castle from duplo! We had lots of fun looking at it in class and especially enjoyed truing out the real life canon! Thank you boys. We love it.
UNCRC 31 – Right to relax and play.
Today we had a lovely time visiting Lambton Castle as part of our engagement activity for our new topic of Tunnels, Towers and Turrets. We were amazed by the fantastic features of the castle and the surrounding grounds and views. We learnt so much about the history of the castle thanks to Bob. We were able to ask lots of questions to further our knowledge of castles. We had lots of fun and have lots to think about now!
UNCRC 28 – Right to an education
Dinosaur Open Day
Thank you to all of the adults that came along to see all of our wonderful dinosaur work we have completed this half term. The children had lots of fun sharing their dinosaur poem that they have learnt and also completed arts and crafts activities too. We hope you had as much fun as we did!
We have enjoyed the first topic in our new cornerstones curriculum and are looking forward to the next topic!
UNCRC 31 – Right to relax and play
Multi Skills at New College
This morning we had lots of fun at New College working with Sports leaders to try out a range of new skills. We learnt lots about athletics with Chris too. We worked super hard and burnt off lots of energy! Well done class 2!
UNCRC 31 – Relax, play and take part in a wide range of activities.
Mrs Shaw had a surprise for us in Art today – we had to create a dinosaur egg! We used plaster of paris and a balloon to create a textured dinosaur egg. It was very messy but lots of fun! We are looking forward to decorating them next week!
We had lots of fun looking at all of the books in our travelling book fair. We were very excited to share our new books with our friends and family.
Today in numeracy we learnt lots about weight and how we can measure weight using scales. We are very good at reading the scales to the nearest gram!
Hancock Museum Visit
Today we had lots of fun at the Hancock Museum in Newcastle. We learnt lots about our topic of dinosaurs as well as learning about living things and different periods in history. We had lots of fun!
Today we kicked started our topic of dinosaurs. We made lots of different samples of poo to investigate. We used the tools to decide if they dinosaur was a herbivore, carnivore or omnivore. We were able to identify the dinosaur depending on the materials we found in the poo! It was a very messy job!