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Reminders:

PE DAY :Tuesday and Thursday

OUTDOOR LEARNING DAY :Thursday

HOMEWORK : Daily reading, daily times table practice (TTRS and Purple Mash), High frequency spellings.

READING BOOKS: Please hand in reading books on a Friday.

Can good ever come from a disaster?

Our history project is The Great Fire of London.  Year 2 will investigate other disasters and ask the question "can good ever come from a disaster?"  Year 2 will also perform a dance about the The Great Fire of London comprising class, small group and individual sequences.

Year 2 are developing a fire dance to tell the story of The Great Fire of London.  In the Forest School area they tried to put the fire out using buckets of water.  They are hoping to incorporate this movement into their dance routines.

moon dragons

This half term our class book will be Moon Dragons by Dyan Sheldon and Gary Blythe.  It demonstrates courage, determination and triumph over adversity. 

AFTER THE FALL : Recovery Curriculum

At the start of the year we looked at the book After The Fall by Dan Santat.  The book explores how Humpty Dumpty worked so hard to build his confidence and determination to finally climb the wall again.  Below are some pictures showing how Humpty felt when he achieved his goal.  We also wrote a letter home from Humpty where he describes his feelings.

outdoor learning:

Taking the curriculum outdoors can have a considerably beneficial impact on the learning and development of pupils. From enhancing problems solving skills to communication and resilience, outdoor learning provides endless opportunities for exploration, experimentation and contextual learning.

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