We’ve had a busy start to World Book Day. Well done to all the children and parents for embracing our Roald Dahl theme. The children have been extremely enthusiastic about the theme and they have been telling myself and Mrs Walton about their characters.
Our first activity has been drawing in the style of Quentin Blake. All I can say is that we may have a class of 30 illustrators and Quentin should be shaking in his boots.
The final week of the term has finished with a bang or a leak in some cases as we finally managed to make our junk model houses. Thank you for all the junk you have donated and to the Year 6’s that helped us make them.
We hope you have a good half term and get lots of rest.
It’s been another busy week here in Year 2. The Children have started reading our class book Major Glad and Major Dizzy. We brought in our toys to help us write a short story about what they might get up to while we’re out and about. We have also continued to work on 2D shapes, learning about vertices and edges. Finally we had a great time taking part in the pancake flip, we had lots of fun even if there were some dubious counting.