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Church of England School - 2017
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Welcome to Hummingbirds - Year 2 (Key Stage 1)

Class Teacher:  Mrs Soor

Support from:    Mrs Davis,  Mrs Scholes (Mon pm, Tue, Wed, Thus, Fri (am)
Hummingbirds 2018 - 2019

Hummingbirds Teaching and Support Staff
Mrs Davis and Mrs Soor


Class Information:

Reading books are changed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday when your child has completed their book. (Please remember to sign their reading record and ask them questions about their book to show that they understand what they have read). Reading books need to be in school every day.

Library books are changed weekly on Friday.

Spellings and Maths homework are given out on Fridays

PE - indoor on Monday and outdoor on Tuesday.

Show and tell day is Tuesday (your child will be informed when it is their turn)

Autumn Term 1 - Frozen Planet

Autumn 1
During the first half of the Autumn term our theme in Year Two was the 'Frozen Planet'.
Our classrooms were cold and sparkling, just like the frozen parts of the planet.

We learnt about icebergs and created a piece of art work.
We learnt about polar explorers and did some drama with a partner where we had to imagine we were Ernest Shackleton being interviewed by a newspaper reporter.

As explorers, we worked in groups to decide what to save from our ship which was surrounded by ice. We had to negotiate and give reasons for our decisions.
Mrs Atkinson visited with her Husky dog.
We learnt about icebergs and created a piece of art work.
As part of our work in Religious Education we visited St Albans cathedral to undertake the celebrations trail, thinking about baptism and weddings.
Autumn 2
A lady arrived on the time machine. She had travelled from Victorian times. She was Grace Darling and she told us her story. We told her what we had already learnt about her story and asked her lots of questions which she answered.
Victorian Day