Welcome to Class Two’s blog page. We will keep you updated with the fun and exciting things we get up to everyday via our Twitter feed and blog. We would really appreciate you commenting on our posts and letting us know what you think.
Miss Gervais, Mrs Buckley and Miss Mooney
Class 2 news...
Don’t forget to share the books you are reading this Summer. The teachers have started their books and they are looking forward to sharing their opinions on the books they have read when we get back to school in September. Take a look at the books they have picked.
You can tweet us or tag us on Facebook or simply email Miss Keogh a picture of you reading or a picture of the book you are reading. (email@example.com
Thank you 🙂
Key Stage 2 enjoyed the Birds of Prey show today. Some of us even got to hold one!One Comment
We received a very large parcel all the way from Australia. We were so happy when we found out it was from Miss Hart-Davies. Thank you so much for our lovely books, they are perfect as we are learning all about coasts. What should we name our koala bear & toucan?
We miss you, hope you are having lots of fun!
The children would like to thank all the staff at KIND for their wonderful week. They have learnt so much about the 5 ways of staying healthy and the importance of exercise.
The children made a video, if you would like to watch please visit their website
The children were very busy at KIND. They made gorgeous Mother’s Day cards, planted seeds with the gardener and played with the parachute.
Today they had lots of fun and made their very own soap. It smelt gorgeous! They have learnt about the importance of water, hygiene and exercise.
Today the children made pancakes, they had a choice of toppings for their pancakes including KIND honey made from their very own bees. They also designed their own Flanimal.
Today they discovered which foods are healthy and how to exercise correctly.
This week the children are attending KIND, learning all about how to stay healthy #healthyfutures
Today, to celebrate Chinese New Year we had some extra special visitors for our assembly!
They told us ancient stories of how the dragons would chase the ‘Pearl of Wisdom’. We also learned of how villagers and Buddha would give the dragon offerings such as lettuce in return for good fortune and new beginnings for the year ahead.
We all absolutely loved our morning, and some lucky children even got to become a dragon!