Welcome to Elephant Class. This year we will have our P.E. day on a Wednesday afternoon and Forest School Lite sessions on a Friday afternoon. This term our topic is Castles; together we will learn about where they were built, key features of a castle and interesting facts about who lived inside them.
Year 2 Curriculum Evening Presentation
Below is a recorded copy of the Year 2 presentation.
In Literacy we have been reading the book 'Billy and The Dragon'. We have been creating freeze fames related to how characters in the book feel.
Today we pretended to be spies and recreate a castle by only having 10 seconds each to look at it. After this we labelled the castle with its key features.
This week in PE Mr Murray has been teaching us to warm up/stretch and how to control balls when throwing them.
History - we have been thinking about what is a good location to build a castle.
Art - We designed castles out of LEGO and building bricks
We had a great afternoon of Forest School. We enjoyed getting creative in the mud kitchen, working together to play parachute games and trying our best to make "Dragon's Breath" using the fire strikers!
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