Puppets, Powerdown Pete and Recycled Monsters
12 Feb 2020
Class 2 - Learning about the Jewish Faith
05 Feb 2020
Class Two - Brrrr.….The Weather Girls and Boys!
30 Jan 2020
Class 2 - Identifying Materials in Science
17 Jan 2020
Christmas in Class 2
19 Dec 2019
Aladdin Trouble- Christmas Production 2019
12 Dec 2019
Class 2 - All Around The World
29 Nov 2019
Sikhism Day
20 Nov 2019
Class 2 - Firefighters at Fountains
14 Nov 2019
Class 2 - Science Skills: Classifying and Researching Animals
07 Nov 2019
Swimming lessons
04 Nov 2019
Class 2 - Science: Food Chains and Habitats
25 Oct 2019
Class 2 - Writing
17 Oct 2019
10.10.19 Our Visit to Stump Cross Caverns
09 Oct 2019
Class 2 - Dinosaur and Fossil Workshop
03 Oct 2019
Class 2 - Stump Cross Caverns Trip
02 Oct 2019
Class 2 - Why did the dinosaurs become extinct?
26 Sep 2019
Class 2 Week 3 - Fossil Hunters
19 Sep 2019
Class 2: Week 2 - Learning About Dinosaurs!
12 Sep 2019
Class 2 - First Week
06 Sep 2019


Class 2 - Identifying Materials in Science

17 Jan 2020

Our current learning focus is ‘Materials’ and we have been investigating different materials in our science lessons.  We have carried out surveys both inside and outside school.  We looked at the different materials that objects are made from and collected the information on our survey sheets.
We then tried to organise the data that we collected.  We made diagrams and tables to organise and classify the objects into sets.




 In English, we are enjoying reading Traditional Tales.  We read The Three Little Pigs and thought about the different materials that they used to build their houses. 

Year 1 sequenced the events in the story:


On Tuesday, we joined the other classes to continue with our learning about Sikhism.  We were reminded that a Sikh place of worship is called a Gurdwara.  We found out that the most famous Gurdwara is the Golden Temple in India.

We learnt that the Nishan Sahib is a special flag that is placed outside every Gurdwara.  It shows that a building is a Sikh place of worship.  We made our own Nishan Sahibs.  The sign is triangular and made from cotton or silk fabric that is saffron coloured.

 We made our own Nishan Sahibs

We also learnt that there are ten Gurus in the Sikh faith and that guru mean teacher.

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