Well done to our 2 very worthy class winners for the 'Class Values' award and the 'Progress' award. Both great achievements!
So this week saw Year 2's last full week of home learning! Lock down or not my time with them seems to have flown by but we have had some great times together! Although I must say I do feel a little sad that I did not get to spend these past few months with them - it is often towards the end of the school year that we realise just how far they have come.
This week, the children have been busy as usual with their maths, literacy and phonics, but they have also been carrying out science experiments, carrying out some History research into who 'Lincoln' was and what he did and remembering some of their favourite memories they have had in Year 2.
Well done class Lincoln!
Again, we have had another successful week of home learning and I have been so impressed at the pictures, videos and messages the children have been uploading of their work. I cant believe next week is the last full week of 'school'.
This week has seen some great math's and literacy work, some fab phonics and some interesting science experiments! I have also read and listened to some great versions of 'We're going on a Bear Hunt'...in some cases it became a Monster hunt and even an Easter egg hunt!
Well done Lincoln class, you are continuing to make me super proud!
As we move into July and what would be the last few weeks of school.....the fantastic learning from Lincoln class continues and the children are still full of enthusiasm!
This week, there has been lots of maths, literacy and phonics work and some beautiful and very successful science experiment in the form of making rainbows! There has also been lots of photos of the children completing there task - to help water the plants....and in some cases the windows!!
I still continue to be very proud of the children for all the hard work they are doing through these strange times! Well done Lincoln class, you should be proud of yourselves too!
Have a great weekend everyone!
Written by Mrs Tubby and the children in class Nightingale.