Year 2 - RABBITS
Welcome to Class 9!
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Happy Easter Everyone!
What wonderful weather this week! .........
We had such great fun taking part in our sponsored Bunny Run! Thank you to everyone who made donations in memory of Mr Carey.
We thought about why Easter is important to Christians and looked at the events of the Easter Story. We used this learning to retell the story ourselves in Literacy.
Well done to our weather monitor this week! On Tuesday and Wednesday it was nice enough to do some outside learning - have a look below!
We love our supermover fit breaks between lessons!
We learnt about push and pull in Science this week.
In Phonics, we learnt an alternative grapheme for the /ar/ phoneme! We love learning outside!
This week's weatherman!
It's been a mixed bag of weather to welcome us back to school!
We enjoyed creating and reading pictograms, block diagrams and tally charts.
Lots of you have have asked for a list of the Year 1 and 2 common exception words. Happy Spelling!
Goodbye 2020! Our final weather monitor of the year.
Christmas Party Day and a visit from Santa!
More Elf Adventures!
And now for this week's weather!
Our reading challenge winner! Well done!
Linking Division to Multiplication - finding fact families
Learning to divide and write division number sentences
The children love coming in and trying to spot the Elf!
Thank you weather monitor.
We have a cheeky visitor in Rabbits Class!
Say NO to Bullying!
During our PSHE lessons we have been thinking about bullying, what it is, what to do if we see or experience bullying and how to stand up for ourselves and others. This week, we had some scenarios that the children thought about and then created a 'freeze frame' for. They then described how they felt in this situation. The children were so thoughtful, with many commenting about how hard it was to pretend to be a bully, knowing that it would make someone else feel sad. Through this, the children really showed all of our school values of empathy, kindness, caring and respect and tolerance for others. Thank goodness we have such wonderful children who know how to "Say no to bullying."