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Welcome to Owl Class

 

 

 

Here you will find lots of useful information about our class and our curriculum. Please feel free to browse all of the different links and enjoy all of the exciting moments from our year captured on camera.

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Firstly, welcome to Year 2!

 

I hope you all had a relaxing break and the children are ready for the new term, which is full of exciting activities and discoveries. As usual we are looking forward to working together in partnership with parents, so if you have some spare time this term, please come and join us – please speak with me to arrange a mutually convenient time.

 

This term, our topic is V for Victory. During this term, we will be exploring what life was like for people during World War 2. In particular, we will be focusing on the experiences of children, including evacuation and rationing. In addition to gathering and learning facts about these events, the children will have the opportunity to really become immersed in learning through drama, poetry and story writing, using a range of texts including The Lion and the Unicorn. We hope to celebrate the completion of the topic with our own VE Day party, which may include an selection of rationed dishes!

 

If you have any questions or queries regarding school issues then please do not hesitate to contact me. Many thanks for your continued support.

 

Mrs M Whittle

Class Teacher

Useful Information:

 

Our PE days are:

  • Thursday (Outdoors)

  • Friday (Indoors)

 

Please ensure that your child has their PE kit in school on these days. Games lessons will take place outside whenever possible so please provide suitable clothing for this lesson i.e. trainers, tracksuit bottoms (or equivalent), spare pair of socks and a warm top. Please ensure that earrings are removed and that long hair is tied up on these days.

 

 

Easter egg hunt!

 

There was great excitement in Owls class when we realised that the Easter Bunny had left each child some mini Easter eggs and coloured chicks in our allotment and trim trail areas.  We worked as a team to find every one and offered clues to those who couldn't find any at first! 

Sports Relief

 

Some of us made cakes for the cake sale.  Lots of us enjoyed the activities at lunch times and raised money by filling in our sponsor forms.  Most of us enjoyed buying and eating the cakes after school!  We were proud to be part of our school raising over £2000 for such a good cause.

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16 March 2018
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