Week Commencing 12th April 2021
2JV have had a great week back at school after the Easter break. To continue our ‘Living Things’ topic they have been looking at classifying animals in science and had remembered lots of facts from previous lessons. Everyone successfully classified the animal pictures. Well done 2JV!
Week Commencing 15th March 2021
In Geography this week 2JV have been planning a town. They have been learning map symbols and have used these in their designs. They have made sure that there are good transports links for their towns, places of worship and lots of restaurants and shops. Great work Year 2!
Week Commencing 8th March 2021
It has been wonderful welcoming 2JV back into the class this week. They have all settled straight into the routine of school. Everyone has worked very hard and this week in RE year 2 have made some great posters describing what happens in a church. Have a fantastic weekend.
Week Commencing 1st March 2021
2JV didn’t let the pandemic get in the way of World Book Day! They enthusiastically dressed as their favourite characters and joined in the activities.
Well done to everyone for their great work and positive attitudes to home learning and the support from families. I cannot wait to be back in the classroom together next week.
Week Commencing 22nd February 2021
2JV have had another busy week. In science they have been learning about the 7 life processes. They made actions to help remember them. Finally they collected pictures and wrote about each one. Great work year 2.
Week Commencing 8th February 2021
In PSHE this week, Year 2 have listened to a story about how a girl stopped her worries getting bigger by talking about them. Then everyone made worry monsters to help us at home. I am so impressed with the amazing imagination that 2JV have used in their creations.
I hope that everyone has a great half term. Stay safe!
Week Commencing 1st February 2021
2JV have had another busy week of online learning. They have drawn fantastic story maps for The Magic Brush ready to innovate next week. For Children’s Mental Health Week, everyone has been getting very creative expressing themselves, especially in the kitchen! Thank you to everyone for having a positive attitude while we are learning online and for the amazing support from our families.
Week Commencing 25th January 2021
This week’s home learning has included making a Tudor house as part of our history project about the Great Fire of London. The creations are amazing and I am so proud!
Week Commencing 14th December 2020
2JV have had a busy last week of term. They have been making some fantastic festive artwork.
Wishing everyone in 2JV and their families a relaxing break and a happy and healthy 2021!
Week Commencing 7th December 2020
This week, 2JV have finished their printing in art. They have created some fantastic patterned wrapping paper.
Week Commencing 30th November 2020
Year 2 have started to learn about fractions this week and can confidently identify half and one quarter of a shape and of a set of objects.
Week Commencing 23rd November 2020
In Art this week, 2JV explored the work of Georges Seurat and his Pointillism style of painting. With this new knowledge, we painted flags of Brazil to link to our Geography topic.
Week Commencing 16th November 2020
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Week Commencing 19th October
2JV have been learning about Mary Seacole for Black History Month. We started by researching information about her in ICT. Then in history we made fact files and finally designed medals for her brave work.
Week Commencing 12th October 2020
We have been light detectives in science in 2JV this week. We searched for transparent, translucent and opaque objects in our class. We found a transparent ruler, a translucent piece of fabric and an opaque cupboard. We also tested different fabrics to find out which lets the least light through.
Week Commencing 5th October 2020
Week Commencing 28th September 2020
2JV have been testing materials in science this week to find the most hardwearing fabric to make dungarees. First they made a prediction, then they rubbed the materials on a brick to see how long it would take to make a hole and finally they recorded their results. They found that denim was the most suitable.