We have been learning about people who have done something special. They are significant because the things that they did have a lasting impact on life today.
Florence Nightingale - made changes to hospitals. She made sure they were clean with clean bandages, floors and sheets. This…
The houses in London in 1666 were made mostly from wood. They were close together and the streets were narrow. London was very dry it had not rained for months. On the 2nd September 1666 a fire started in a small bakery on Pudding Lane. The fire grew stronger and stronger and burned down most of…
We have reported on the events of the Great Fire of London 1666.
We had such a lovely afternoon preparing our classroom for Christmas.
Who doesn’t love the delicious smell of bread baking!
We made our own bread rolls just like Thomas Farriner might have made in his bakery in 1066.
Today we travelled back to 1666 to visit London. We saw the wooden Tudor homes and the narrow cobbled streets. We thought about some jobs we might have had; gong farmer, rat catcher, chandler, maid, chimneysweep and blacksmith were just some. We acted out our roles. On 2nd September 1666 we woke…
Last term Year 2 had a great morning taking part in the pirate adventure competition with other local schools. We scored lots of points and came third!
Year 2 made sparklers and had a special firework viewing in our classes. It was much warmer than watching fireworks at night!
We came to school inspired by the creatures living in the woods and had a day filled with fun and laughter. We have been very busy making fairy bread, icing cupcakes, finger painting, making fairy homes and creating fun pictures. Don’t we look great!
Year 2 have been writing instructions. Today we wrote about how to decorate a biscuit. Then we followed our instructions and then ate them! Delicious!