What a fantastic year we've had in year two!
It has been an absolute pleasure to teach such a wonderful class. I have loved watching you all learn and grow this year.
Enjoy the holidays and keep yourselves safe.
I will see you in September when we return in year 3!
A special farewell to Mohammed, Alyssa and Judy who are leaving us. Although we will miss you, we wish you lots of love and luck for the future.
Happy holidays everyone!
Today we worked on the final stage of our work on Turner.
We created the stormy background and sails for our boats.
Today was our final opportunity to go and see our seeds and bulbs.
The dahlia leaves have doubled in size but no sign of flowers. However, to our surprise we found that some other bulbs had suddenly flowered – last time we looked there was no evidence of anything happening.
The sunflowers are getting really tall and we could see the start of the flower head appearing.
” I wonder how tall they are going to get?”
What do you think?
Today we sorted sentences about the Great Fire of London into paragraphs.
Tomorrow we will start writing our own reports about the fire.
Look out for our amazing work!
In year two we have been learning about how to cross the road safely.
We wore our fluorescent jackets to go outside to practise.
We looked for safer places to cross and even learned how to cross safely if there were no safer places, such as between parked cars.
LOOK RIGHT AGAIN
We have been learning about primary and secondary colours in art this week. We also practised adding tints and tones by adding black or white to make the colours darker and lighter.
We will use our colour mixing skills to paint the background of our paintings of the sea in the style of Turner.