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Class 2

07.02.23
 

In English, children have been comparing different opinions about Boudicca rebellion. They have sorted them into a Venn diagram to show how people can have different opinions about a historical event.

In maths, we have been exploring different types of graphs and presenting data in different ways. Children have been interpreting data from pictograms, line graphs and bar charts to solve multi-step problems.  

In science, the children have been exploring the different ways habitats change and the impact this can have on living things.

31.01.23
 

In English, children have been comparing different opinions about the Great Fire of London. They have sorted them into a Venn diagram to show how people can have different opinions about a historical event.

In maths, we have been exploring different types of graphs and presenting data in different ways. Children have been interpreting data from pictograms, line graphs and bar charts.

In science, the children have been using a dichotomous key to classify and group living things based of their characteristics.

24.01.23
 

In English, children have written their Volcanic eruption experiments. They enjoyed using scientific language to explain the chemical reaction between the acid and alkali. The children worked hard on their presentations by using titles and subheadings.  

In maths, we have been exploring tenths (Yr 3) and hundredths (YR 4). They have been converting between decimals and fractions.

In science, the children have been classifying invertebrates and grouping animals into arachnids, insects or annelids. The children enjoyed learning about their characteristics and how scientists group living things.

17.01.2023
 

In English, we have begun our invent stage. The children have been generating their own scientific word bank for their explanation of their volcanic eruption experiments.

In maths, we have been exploring directional and positional language. The children have been describing turns and angles using a variety of language. this links with our compass work in geography.

In science, the children have been classifying vertebrates and grouping animals into the five main groups (amphibians, reptiles, fish, mammals and birds). The children enjoyed learning about their characteristics and how scientists group living things.