Wel done to all the children in Year 2 who took part in the gymnastics competition on Wednesday. I heard only positive things about you all and you should be proud of your fantastic efforts! Ms Studley has posted more about the event in the Sports Blog on the website so go and check it out too!
This week, we have been doing some great scientific thinking, from planning and carrying out an experiment to test if older children have bigger hands, to matching up animals to their young, to writing instructions about how to grow cress and deciding what foods are good for us! We have done some great thinking this week.
In english, we have been writing our own Tunnel stories and we have got some lovely expanded noun phrases and veb choices so far! We will be moving onto poetry next week, so get those poetry books out at home and indulge!
In maths, we have grown into multiplication masters, seeing multiplication as groups of things and using arrays to help us see these groups, drawing them , matching them up, spotting the odd ones out and solving a puzzle! Keep up the good work!
We start our new local history topic next week, aiming to answer the question 'what made Great Yarmouth great?' Why not get talking to older family members and friends who may be able to tell you more about what Yarmouth used to be like when they were younger or even what their parents experienced! We will be looking back to when Great Yarmouth became a popular destination for tourists and what attracts people there even to this day. The secret word is Victorian.
Have a great weekend!
Miss Everett, Mrs Simpkins and Mr Cuddles
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