Year 2 have written some great versions of a funny story that they we watched on a video. I will attach some of the finished stories here. There will be more to follow. It's taking me a while to type them all up!
I have made a few changes to some of the spellings, but other than that this is what they children have written and sent me from home. Happy reading!
Batch 1 There are lots of stories here from 7 people at the start of the register
Batch 2 There are lots of stories here from people further down on the register
Some of the stories are on their own below.
Year 1 & 2 - End of term poetry performance
Since we were not able to do our normal amazing Christmas show this year, we've put a small presentation together to showcase our performance skills.
Please click on the link below:
All the teachers in Year 2 wish you a very happy Christmas.
Welcome to Year 2 September 2020
Well it's great to be back to school after such a strange year last year. Many of us caught colds as soon as we got back, but at least it's nothing worse so we are still smiling.
We've already made a start at our new topic 'Marvellous Me'. We went out in the playground to play Who am Eye? Don't worry, it's not a spelling mistake, it's a game where we have to see whose eyes are in some photographs. You need to be very observant scientists to get them all right. It turned out that you children were much better at it than Mrs Trott and Mrs Wilkinson. Perhaps our eyes are getting tired, or perhaps we don't know you as well as you know each other.
Anyway, use your sharp eyes again to have a look at the pictures of the game. Can you see yourself?
Hanging Christmas Trees - December 2020
Year 2 have been learning to sew and stuff hanging Christmas trees to make some lovely decorations. You can buy yours from the office now!
Old MacDonald Had A Farm...
Year 2 have been learning about food and where it comes from. We visited Old Macdonad's farm in Essex to see the farm animals that provide so much of our food. There were also some animals that we definitely would not like to eat such as owls, wallabies, otters and even meerkats.
In the morning we had fun walking round the farm seeing all the animals and then playing in the wonderful sand pit. Later on, the staff at the farm taught us about some of the animals and they allowed us to touch and feed some of them. Some of us were brave enough to throw mealworms to the meerkats!
We washed our hands well before we had lunch because we had been touching the animals. Then we enjoyed our lunches.
After lunch we had time to go on all the exciting attractions at the farm such as the helter skelter, the train rides and the carousel.
Before we knew it, it was time to go back to school.
What a wonderful day out we had!
Aliens return to Ladbrooke...luckily they come in peace!
It seems that Ladbrooke has more than its fair share of alien invasions. One spaceship full of aliens visited in December for our Christmas show and now another bigger group has arrived at the beginning of January. While they were here, they took the opportunity to learn lots about human life. They took part in a singing assembly and they liked the singing so much that they stayed in the hall to dance their strange alien dances when the singing was over.
Some of them put on their invisibility cloak and crept silently around the school...taking great care not to disturb the large and rather scary humans in Year 6. The children of year 5 were kind enough to explain what their little pots of equipment were...wooden sticks called pencils and pens and rulers that the aliens thought were weapons.
Back in the Year 2 classroom the aliens learnt to write using human writing and then they even did some human multiplication. If one alien has 4 tentacles, how many tentacles will their be on 5 aliens?
The aliens were very confused at lunch time because they had chosen a red or green lunch. As one of them pointed out, none of the human food was actually red except for the ketchup.
After lunch the aliens drew pictures of their friends at home using oil pastels. You can see their lovely works of art at the end of the corridor on the way to the Key Stage 1 classrooms.
Now that the aliens have returned to their planet, all we have left is these pictures. See if you can recognise some familiar faces.
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