Literacy - Drama - The Fire of Northampton 1675
In Literacy, we have been learning about 'The Fire of Northampton. We used drama to re-enact the route of the fire. We will use our drama to help us write a recount of what happened.
A cottage in St Mary's Street - Gold Street - Jeyes Jetty - Past All Saints Church - Market Square - Welsh House
Science - Materials
We went on a local walk to look at how materials are used in the environment. We made a list of the objects we saw and the material it was made out of.
Maths - Addition and Subtraction
Maths - Partitioning
History - The Fire of London 1666
We have been learning about 'The Fire of London'. This lesson was about sequencing the events in a timeline. We worked with a partner to do this.
The Year 2 Curriculum
Autumn term 2: Fire Fire
Maths: Number, Place Value, Addition and Subtraction
Literacy: Information Text (The Rainbow Dragon) Recount (The fire of Northampton - Past tense/3rd person), Diary Entry - Past tense/1st Person
Science: Materials - Uses in the local environment
DT: Mechanisms - Wheels and Axles
ICT: I-pads --> Times Table Rock stars
History: How do we know so much about what happened in the Great Fire of London?
Music: Exploring sound, pulse and melody
RE: The Family in Judaism and Christmas
PE: Real PE scheme & Rehearsing for the Christmas production
PSHE: Jigsaw: Celebrate Difference
History - WW1 Day
Science - Humans
We have been learning about what humans need to survive. As part of our learning we have looked at the five food groups and talked about why each food group is important to our bodies.
Maths - Place Value
We use lots of resources to help us with our maths.
We like to take our learning outside too.
Literacy - Sentence Structure
We create word banks to help us with our sentences. Furthermore, we use a washing line to help us order the sentences so that they make sense.
Our Pie Corbett actions help us with our writing. Can your child tell you what words we are acting out?