What a grat day! Can you remember everywhere we went?
Here are some reminders!
Our P4C(Philosophy for Children) session this week was about Children in Need.
The question we wanted to discuss was "Why do they use this sign?"(i.e. the Pudsey Bear symbol)
After a lot of discussion we realised that the Bear represents children and the bandage represents need or someone who needs help. More people wanted to speak in this debate than any of the others we've had.
There were other questions that people thought of but this was the one we voted for.
This week in literacy we have been looking at words that have the 'igh' sound at the end but are spelt with a 'y'. For example, all of these words have the 'igh' sound at the end:
cry fry dry spy multiply reply sky fly butterfly
In maths we have been learning the strategy of 'bridging over 10'. We have used a Tens frame to help us. Have a look at how we got on...
The class have now incorporated some dribbling into their PE lessons alongside their ever improving throwing and catching skills.
Mr Lloyd got out the basketball hoops and the children all had a go at shooting. We have some very talented basketball shooters in 2S.
2S continued their work on Black History and focused on Bessie Coleman. Have a look at the wonderful work the children produced for the school display.
The whole school display looks fantastic
As part of our discussion and work for Black History Month we have been learning about the life of this man.
Can you tell your grown ups at home who this man is and why he is a significant person from history.
Can you tell your grown ups 4 facts that you have learnt in school.
Look at us creating some wonderful portraits...