The monkey with the bright, blue bottom! 04.02

Hello Class 2! I hope you have all had a great week so far – keep sending in photos of your learning and remember star of the week will be announced tomorrow during our class zoom! Art/Design: WALT select a landscape or portrait layout for your design. WALT explore mark making using a range of… Read more »

The monkey with a bright, blue bottom! 03.02

Happy hump day all! ICT/Science: WALT – find information from books or other printed (screen resources). WALT find out the basic needs of an animal (diet, habitat, survival etc). You can set this up anyway that you would like but you will need this information for the next activity. English: WALT use descriptive writing including… Read more »

The monkey with the bright, blue bottom! 02.02

Good morning everyone! Looking forward to seeing you all on Zoom today! Make sure you have your whiteboards/pens/paper/pencils at the ready. PE/Music: WALT – choose suitable movement for a purpose and move with careful control and care. WALT use my voice creatively and with good effect. Here is a monkey pose, have a go and… Read more »

Springo Bingo!

Today is St Brigid’s Day which used to be taken as the start of spring in Ireland. Have a look at our Springo Bingo sheet and see if there are enough signs of spring to shout Bingo! A full set of activities can be found on the RSPB website. Have fun. Mr Hopegood

Headteacher’s challenge

This week’s challenge is to write/draw a list of things that you are grateful for. We all need to remember how lucky we are each day and enjoy these happy moments. Find and record: Something/one that makes you feel happy Something/one that makes you feel safe Favourite toy Something that makes you feel proud Finally,… Read more »

The monkey with the bright, blue bottom! 01.02

Good morning all! New week, so new book and this is going to be the last week where we link it to jungle or rainforest animals. It’s called ‘The monkey with the bright, blue bottom’. PSHE: WALT – identify and respect differences and similarities between people. The animals have lots of similarities and differences, for… Read more »

How to bake a cake…

Well, the children in school have been having a lot of fun with Mrs Whybrow and Miss Ripton making cakes! The area was thoroughly cleaned, hands were washed and each child has their own cake to design and take home once it has been baked in the oven. Along with the baking came some (very… Read more »

Giraffes can’t dance! 29.01

We’ve had a great week! Let’s finish off with a BANG! Music: WALT create short musical patterns. Compose a song that might be played at the Jungle Dance. This can be just music or can be lyrics as well. Don’t worry if you don’t have instruments, think about what’s around your house or use your… Read more »

Giraffes can’t dance! 28.01

Nearly there! You’ve done a great job this week and remember to keep sending us your learning. Star of the Week is still happening for those in school and for you at home! ICT/Art: WALT type a piece of text and change its format. WALT explore the use of warm and/or cold colours. Design a… Read more »

Giraffes can’t dance! 27.01

Happy middle of the week all! ICT/English: WALT use question marks. LO has an awareness of purpose and audience. You are an ITV/BBC reporter. You have heard about Gerald’s story and want to find out more and tell the world! What questions would you ask him? Who would your audience be? (children?, adults?) Think about… Read more »