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We found half of a grid by counting the total number of squares and then finding 3 different ways to show half using mozaic tiles!

We received certificates from the UK space agency for joining in the Logo Satellite competition

Our visit to Bristol Aquarium was so exciting with so many different sea creatures to meet.

Take a look at our Celebration of the Satellite - Rocket Logos which we have submitted to the UK Space Agency Rocket Logo Competition. We worked in teams of 2 or 3 and really worked well together!

Today we completed our Wind Up Mechanisms based on 4 nursery rhymes - Incy Wincy Spider, Humpty Dumpty, Hickory Dickory Dock and Jack and Jill.  We have loved doing these. We are visiting preschool in groups and will sing our rhymes and show them how our mechanisms work.

Thursday 16th December! The children have had a very festive day today, it's been great fun! We did some Christmas art this morning and a Christmas quiz and then wore our crowns, which we had made, to Christmas lunch. We had a brilliant time party, it was lovely. We even had a special message and a gift from Santa. Wow!

The Fire of London started in Pudding Lane, in Thomas Farriner's bakery, on Sunday 2nd of September 1666. The streets of London beautifully modelled in Year 2!

We learnt a poem call 'Phew' which was all about eating an ice lolly, we each had an ice lolly and had to describe it and finally write our own poem about another item of food!

During our Forest School Science activity, whilst looking for earthworms, we came across a baby Grass Snake - it was soooo exciting!

As Scientists we planted cress seeds and we used pippets to put just the right amount of water on our seeds. We then observed them grow and finally we made cress sandwiches!

In R.E. we have been looking at The Human Time Line - so we decided to celebrate a traditional birthday party !



Although we were unable to be at school for this important day, joined a live zoom call and dressed up in our favourite book character.  We we listened to each other read, Mrs Gibb read us books about children who had started out as just ordinary children and then became famous because they pursued their passion and interests.



Some of the book covers we made from World Book Day