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Class 2 Summer Term


In English, Class 2 have finished their persuasive letters. They produced wonderful letters persuading the government to stop deforestation. Year 4 used a range of scientific language related to the topic. Year 3 used a range of  

In maths, year 3 have been finding the perimeter of shapes. Year 4 have been translating coordinates on a grid. 

In science, children have been drawing scientific diagrams to show a simple circuit. They enjoyed making their own simple circuits and drawing circuits that would work and circuits that would not work.  


In English, Class 2 have begun writing their own persuasive texts surrounding the topic of preventing plastic pollution. They have enjoyed generating their own persuasive arguments. 

In maths, year 3 have continued to explore measurement by finding equivalent measurements and converting between cm and mm. Year 4 have been rounding decimals to the nearest whole number. 

In science, children have sorted electrical appliances into battery and main powered appliances.  


In English, we are exploring persuasive writing. The children have enjoyed writing their own rhetorical questions and using persuasive writing techniques to persuade adults to start school at 10:00 am. 

In maths, year 3 have been learning how to accurately measure in metres and cm and converting between the two units of measure. Year 4 have been learning about decimal place value in tenths and hundredths 

In science, we have begun our new sequence of learning exploring electricity. The children enjoyed discussing new key vocabulary and sharing previous knowledge. 


In English, the children have been exploring alliteration. They created sentences about images being creative with their alliteration.

In maths, we are using inverse to check calculations and estimating answers using rounding. The children have enjoyed solving a variety of addition and subtractions.

In Art, children have been exploring shading and colours. They created a range of shades of brown and green by using black and white paint.

In English, the children have completed their learning sequence surrounding the story ‘The Paperbag Prince’. They produced lovely narrative stories with varied language and exciting speech. This week, we will be moving onto our Poetry sequence.
In maths, we are consolidating our column addition and subtraction method. Class 2 have been using bar models and part-whole models to support their calculations.
In Art, children explored the painting ‘Surprise’ by Henri Rousseau and identified shapes, composition, layers and colours.

In English, Class 2 have been using varied and rich language to describe emotions. They have enjoyed exploring new words and challenging themselves to include them in different sentences.

In maths, we are consolidating our column addition and subtraction method. We have reviewed our carrying and exchanging of 1,10’s and100’s.  

In science, the children used drums and rice to see sound and explore vibrations. We examined a diagram of an ear and explored the role each element plays in hearing sound.


In English, Class 2 have been generating adjectives to describe the setting of our innovate write. Class 2 have enjoyed using challenging language to show difference.

In maths, we are continuing our measurement sequence. Year 3 have been measuring in litres and millilitres. Year 4 have been calculating missing sides of rectilinear shapes.  

In science, the children conducted a sound survey of the school and then plotted these sounds on a map of the school.



In English, Class 2 have been exploring adverbial phrases showing time and manner. They have identified them within the text and written their own sentences.  

In maths, we are continuing our measurement sequence. Year 3 have been exploring grams, kilograms, and reading scales. Year 4 have been measuring in metre and kilometres.  

In Geography, class 2 explored the worlds climates zones and identified them on a map. Using an atlas, children located countries and identified the climate zone it belonged too.