Monthly Archives: February 2016

Homework, Due, Wednesday, March, 2016

  Your task: To create a poster to show halves and quarters In maths this week, we will learning about fractions. Imagine there is a new child coming into year 2 and you need to design a poster to explain … Continue reading

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Measuring in Maths!

This week, in Maths, we have been exploring the world of measuring… We have been human scales to find the heaviest and lightest items, and compared these, using symbols: <, > and =. Using different units of measure, we explored … Continue reading

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Homework, due 24th February, 2016

We learned, in Topic, that Samuel Pepys wrote a diary which included lots of information about what was happening in London during his life. This diary has helped historians understand what people at that time were thinking and how they … Continue reading

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The Mystery Continues…

The budding journalists in Amber class were able to put their interviewing skills to the test today when they had the chance to interview a witness to the Boardroom Mystery! Mr McCormack was the first on the scene and was … Continue reading

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Crime Scene!

Strange things have been happening here at Heavers Farm over the weekend!  Year 2 were surprised to discover a crime scene in the board room! As the first journalists on the scene, members of each class were let into the … Continue reading

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Homework, due Wednesday, 10th February, 2016

We have been working on reading comprehension in guided reading, answering questions based on fiction and non-fiction texts that we have read. For homework this week, we would like you to choose a book and write about one of the … Continue reading

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London’s Burning!

In our topic lessons we are learning about the Great Fire of London.  This week, we will be creating houses which we will then use to make London in 1666.  We need as many boxes (cereal boxes, shoe boxes, any … Continue reading

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