Summer Term 2
This term we will be continuing our topic Rio De Vida.
Let the carnival continue!
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Our Christian Value this half term is FRIENDSHIP.
ROUTE 2 RESILIENCE: We will also be exploring the meaning of these words
Polite Understanding Honest Adventurous Courageous Patient
Welcome to our final term Class 2.
We hope you have had a lovely half term enjoying the sunshine and that you are all safe and well.
Are you ready to continue the Carnival?
Hello Class 2.
Another very busy day for everyone! I have seen some amazing posters, reminding people about looking after and caring for our animals. I have been very impressed! I have also seen some great fractions work and some super PSHE work on honesty.
I have awarded lots of house points today and even awarded some to children from other classes, who I know have been helping their younger brothers and sisters and for being all round superstars!
Have a lovely evening!
Good afternoon Class 2.
Well what a difference today is in weather...! Where has all that sunshine gone? Never mind, the flowers and gardens need a good watering so that is good.
Thank you so much for initial comments about our virtual reading activity through Teams. We hope we have sorted out sound problems and the story should be much clearer for children to hear now. Please take a look at this if you have not seen it yet.
Thank you also for all the work that has been sent in today. I have seen some wonderful posters and poems about friendship, our new Christian Value for this half term. I have also read some very interesting opinions about whether Blu should go with Tulia or stay with Linda. Some of these opinions really caught my eye and made me change my own opinion.
Take a look to see if you can spot your work from today.
Good afternoon Class 2.
It's been another lovely sunny day and it looks like you have been busy completing your work tasks. I have read lots of super diary entries from 'Blu' and seen lots of great examples of science and maths work. I have even seen some bird spotting being carried out, Mrs Blair will be pleased!
Dancing feet, step to the samba beat.
Shake it, shimmy, hands in the air,
wave your flags in the cool night air.
Come join the party down in Rio, keeping the rhythm with your party shaker. Bright colours, patterns and feathers. Can you make a headdress or party mask? Meet magical creatures from Brazil’s myths and legends and create your own too. Be as fancy as you like. Let’s get down to Rio where football is king, and practise our skills on golden beaches. Now we need to plan a celebration with fabulous music and song.
Bem-vindo ao Brasil os meus amigos.
During our "Rio de Vida topic we will be focusing on and learning about the following....
Maths - addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, problems solving, shape and measures.
English - Reading poems, exploring language use, reading and answering comprehension questions on texts, reading legends and myths, describing own mythical creatures.
Science - Materials
Geography / History - Learning about Brazil, comparing life in Brazil to life in the UK, learning about monuments and their significance
Art / DT - Using a range of tools to perform practical tasks, Using a range of materials to design and make products, Building structures, exploring how they can be made stronger and more stable.
Computing - Use technology purposefully to create, organise, store, manipulate and retrieve digital content, Recognise common uses of information technology beyond school.
Music - To listen with understanding to a range of high quality live and recorder music, Play tuned and un-tuned instruments, To use voices expressively by singing songs.
RE - What does it mean to belong to a Faith?