Hello and Welcome to Year 1/2K.
Mrs.Kelly is our class teacher and there are 25 children in our class. We are helped by Mrs.Halshaw, Mrs.Procter, Miss.Lord,
and Miss.Stokes. P.E. is on Wednesday and Thursdays. Homework and spelling are given out Fridays to be returned on Mondays. Home reading books are changed and sent home on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Library books are changed on Tuesdays.
This half term we have been out in the Forest school area developing skills in working as a team and solving puzzles. Here
are some photos of us at work outside
It has been a busy start to the half term in Year1/2K. We have been learning all about dinosaurs. We have also learnt about Mary Anning who found a gigantic fish fossil called an ichthyosaurus. We then made our own pretend fossils by making marks
in clay to look like dinosaur bones.
In English we have been reading and writing stories that repeat. We enjoyed reading the Gingerbread Man and we really
enjoyed making and decorating Gingerbread Men.
We have designed our dinosaur models out of junk material. It took us along time to make them but we were really pleased
with the results.
As part of our design technology work we have made moving dinosaur pictures. First we had to choose our favourite
dinosaur and then we had to colour a background. Then we made a slider so that the dinosaur moved through the picture.
During Seasons and Plants week we enjoyed an Autumn walk around the school grounds. We collected lots of natural
autumn leaves, seeds and flowers. We used them to make Autumn faces which looked great. We also enjoyed making
our class scarecrows based on the story ' The Scarecrows Wedding' by Julia Donaldson.
Autumn 2nd Half Term
It has been a busy start to this half term in our class. Our theme this half term is Space and we have been learning about the
first journeys into space and first moon landing. We really enjoyed History Day when we learnt about different times through
history and the astronaut Neil Armstrong. We came to school in fantastic costumes as you can see from the pictures below.