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Autumn 1

Knowledge organisers

Information about this terms maths can be found at www.whiterosemaths.com

RE - Old Testament Stories and Prayer 

This term our author is Tom Fletcher. Below is a list of books you may want to enjoy with your child together.

CLIC - Learn Its

Learn Its are sent home every Friday and the children will be tested the following Friday. Your childs Learn Its will be the same for this term. We don't expect your child to learn them off by heart straighaway, but would like their score to improve each week, so by the end of the term they know them off by heart. 

Learn Its

First day in Year 2

Ol Moran - Outside My Window

Today we started our special relationship with our partner school in Kenya. Our first project was 'Outside My Window'. In year 2 we decided to focus on nature and went outside to explore all the things we see 'outside our window'. We then chose one item to make into a picture using paint, crayons or collage. Below are some photos from the process and then our final class piece. We can't wait to see what the children at Ol Moran think about our art. 

Our wonderful final piece!

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Week 1

Year 2 disappered 

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Can you guess where they went? 

We picked some apples from our very own school orchard. They were really tasty! We put them on our prayer table to thank God for them. 

Whilst exploring our new book, The Dragon Painter, we had some fun getting to know the dragons. Four dragons came to visit us and we had some questions to ask them. The children really loved getting into role and I have to say they were particularly scary. 

Week 2

This week we have been busy re telling our story The Dragon Painter. Click on the links below to see us using plenty of expression and story language to tell the story. 

https://youtu.be/dB4VHWi3BDE

https://youtu.be/Be8tSI07riU

https://youtu.be/OKnHWrCgvYs

https://youtu.be/-kn6F78Xu7I

https://youtu.be/f75YBgAmp84

 

 

Week 3

Battle of Hastings

Today, in History, we re-enacted the Battle of Hastings, 1066. We acted out how William the Conqueror came over from Normandy, across the English Channel, on 700 boats carrying 15,000 soldiers. Whilst King Harold, stood on a hill with his army made up of 5,000 farmers. King Harold’s men made a line of shields to protect King Harold. William the Conqueror tricked King Harold’s men and started to retreat. King Harold started to move down the hill and then William the Conqueror attacked.Today, in History, we re-enacted the Battle of Hastings, 1066. We acted out how William the Conqueror came over from Normandy, across the English Channel, on 700 boats carrying 15,000 soldiers. Whilst King Harold, stood on a hill with his army made up of 5,000 farmers. King Harold’s men made a line of shields to protect King Harold. William the Conqueror tricked King Harold’s men and started to retreat. King Harold started to move down the hill and then William the Conqueror attacked.

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Our Trip to Reading Museum

We walked from school to Reading Museum. At the museum we reinacted the story of The Battle of Hastings and dressed up in some of the clothes. We then took a look at the Bayeux Tapestry which depicts the story. We had a great time and listened REALLY well!

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