Year Two - Green Class

Welcome to Year Two - Green Class
Welcome to Green Class where Mrs Sian Grant is the Class Teacher and Mrs Sabrina Cheung  is the Teaching Assistant. The children follow the expectation of the National Curriculum and the learning is carefully planned to ensure that all children are motivated and excited to learn.

Mrs Sian Grant

Class Teacher - Year 2 Green Class

Mrs Sabrina Cheung

Teaching Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor - Year 2 Green Class

In R.E we have been learning about how Christians celebrate Christmas. We learnt all about Christingles and the meaning behind them. We were then able to make our own! 
In R.E we have been learning about the Christmas Story. 
We recreated the Christmas story and acted out different roles. 
In Maths we have been learning to add together three 1 digit numbers. We used a tens frame and 3 different coloured cubes to help us. Each coloured cube represented a number. We looked at identifying the number bonds to 10 first and then added on the remaining number. 
In D.T we have been busy researching different flapjacks recipes. Once we had decided which healthy ingredients to add into our flapjacks we designed and then made our flapjacks! 
For World Kindness Day we wrote postcards to a local nursing home in the hope of making them smile. We even wrote our own joke! 
After we made our boats we we tested them out to see if we had successfully met our design criteria (waterproof, strong/stable and buoyant). 
As you can see, we were very excited! 
Using the results from our Science experiment we made our very own toy boats! 
We made our boats out of either wood or plastic as we found these materials were most suitable. 
In Science we have been investigating which material would be best to make a toy boat. 
These photos show our science experiment! 
We completed a fair test to see which materials would be most suitable. We were testing to see if they were buoyant, waterproof and strong/stable. 
P.E in Green Class! 
In Geography we have been learning to use a compass. 
Stinkbeard the pirate wrote us some instructions to find his buried treasure! We used a compass to follow the directions he gave us.