We have been been challenging ourselves in maths!
How many different ways can you show how to make a number?
We have also been playing this game. It's great fun!
Have a try at home! Can you beat the shark?
Welcome to the 2D blog! We have been having a wonderful time already and the children are settling down beautifully. Keep checking the blog for weekly updates.
Thank you to all of you who came to our Meet the Teacher meeting this afternoon. I look forward to meeting you all again soon as we support your children throughout the year. Remember any queries however small they may seem - feel free to come and talk to me. We want your children to be happy and confident at school. The information slide show from the meeting is attached below.
PLEASE REMEMBER to return all photo and ICT permission forms asap.
We had an absolutely wonderful day at Southwold! The children had huge smiles on their faces all day and were impeccably behaved!
A passer-by even said to Mrs Aristidou..."What wonderfully smart children!" We felt very proud.
Here are some photos of our day - we especially liked the puppet stand at the end of the pier!!
In our English and Topic lessons, we have been beginning to learn about Southwold. This is to help us feel ready for our school trip on Friday 13th July.
TASK: Can you find out any information about Southwold? Bring in any facts you have learnt to share with the class!
This week, we have been learning about place value and how numbers are made up. We are getting really good at identifying the tens and ones in numbers.
We used this knowledge to learn about money. We identified all of the different coins we have in our country. We know there is not a 30p piece! Or a 40p piece!
We were given a problem to solve....
Mrs Aristidou has 2 coins in her purse. Mrs Garland has 4 coins in her purse. Miss Phillips has 5 coins in her purse. We all have 55p. Is this possible?
We found out you can make the same amount with lots of different coins. Here is an example of our work...
We just can't seem to stop singing wherever we are!
Here is another song which we like. There's quite a lot of words to remember so enjoy practising!!
We have been learning this song in class. The words remind us how to be as learners. We are bold, strong and brave!!
Here is the video so you can practise at home!
As part of our Science topic (Life on a treasure island), we have been thinking about what we could eat to survive. We decided sweets, chocolate and cakes don't grow on trees!!
We thought about different vegetables we could grow on the island and tasted 4 different types. We tasted green beans, sprouting broccoli, carrots and sugarsnap peas. We were really brave and tried all of them - even if they weren't our favourite!!