Class 2

Florence Nightingale

The Children have taken a great interest in Florence Nightingale. They have enjoyed learning about what life was like in the past and all about the development of hospitals. They created pencil drawings of the Lady with the Lamp.

Topic Newsletter

Find out more about the learning we have planned


Time Travellers do Maths

Rhubarb Theatre Visit

Autumn Term 2 Celebrations

The children enjoyed the topic ‘Celebrations’, the children looked at different reli-gions and cultures.

In English the children have been reading the story ‘The Fox and the Star.’

In maths the children have been focusing on Place value.


This term the children have been involved in lots of exciting activities.

In week one parents were invited in to help carve a pumpkin with their child. Lots of fun was had!

To open our topic of ‘Celebrations’ the children planned and carried out a Halloween Party. The children had lots of fun creating shopping lists for food, drinks and decorations.


This term we have focussed on addition, subtraction, money and shape.

This term the children have been really interested in reading and sharing their thoughts with their friends.

This term the children have been really interested in reading and sharing their thoughts with their friends.

“I enjoyed painting mehndi patterns on my friend” Daisy.

The children enjoyed exploring how other cultures celebrate.

Some amazing pieces of homework completed.

The children created a Christmas mask.

Dick Whittington Panto-mime By Lada Productions

Oh no you’re not!...Oh yes you are!

Term One - From A to B

This term the children have enjoyed learning all about different forms of transport around the world.


We created a pictogram, showing how we all get to school.

Paper Planes

We carried out experiments on how to improve the flight of a paper aeroplane.

Archie “We found out that adding weight to the front made them fly higher and better.”


The children had great fun designing and making their own rockets.

Floating models

“Mrs Fenwick challenged us, to see if we could design and create a working transport model. We had to work in pairs to design a model, make it, then test it to see if it would float or roll. We then had to write up about our experiment, and say what we would change.” Lily


In maths, the children have been learning all about place value, addition and subtraction.

Walter said :“Maths is fun!”


In English, the children have enjoyed learning all about Claude and Sir Bobblysocks’ adventures.

They have sequenced the story, written a newspaper article, about Claude saving the day, and re-written the story with an alternative ending.

“I love Claude in the City! My mum has gone and bought me the book.” Daisy