Home learning Week beginning 8th June 2020 Hi Guys - This week's home learning. I know it is hard to stay motivated but I would love to have a photo of everyone this week doing Yoga (and some English and maths work please).
Wellbeing Wednesday is here again and it is also Mental Health Awareness Week. It is so important we take care of ourselves and others during these unsettling times. Try the 7 day challenge with your children- helping others has a positive impact on our own mental wellbeing x
Just some of our home learning
Try this density experiment - Can you make something sink to the bottom, float in the middle and float on the top? I would love to see your pictures
Watch the video, solve the mystery, complete the task
HOME LEARNING WEEK BEGINNING 20TH APRIL 2020. Here are the documents to use for home learning this week. Please upload any work to your child's portfolio on Class Dojo. If you have any problems just drop me a message. Hope everyone is safe and well. Mrs Wilson
We are writing our own space adventures. We role played some of our ideas
We can compare number sentences.
We have been using number scales to help us understand how to compare number sentences. We made videos to show what we understand
We have been researching what skills and attributes an astronauts would need. We worked in groups and filmed our presentations
A spaceship crashed in the school playground during the early hours of Monday morning. Police have cordoned off the area and there is now no danger. We took the roles of film maker, news editor, news reader and prompter and created our first edition of St Gregory's Newsbeat
Curriculum in Action 7th October 2019 The children enjoyed having a drink and a biscuit with their grown ups while they showed off all their hard work.
STEAM Project - Take a look at how we used maths , art and design technology in one lesson!
23rd September 2019 Today we took part in a road safety session. We found out a lot about how to stay safe on the roads.
WELCOME TO YEAR 2
Class teacher: Mrs Jackie Wilson
Senior Teaching Assistant: Mrs Lyndsey Cockton
Apprentice Teaching Assistant: Miss Chloe Wood
Keep checking our page to see the exciting things we do this year
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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