Welcome to Owls
We are a Year 2 class.
Our class teacher is Miss Muchmore
Welcome to Owls class page!
We have PE on Monday, Tuesday and Friday – please have your PE kit in school.
We have library on Friday – books to be returned by Friday please.
Welcome to Owls
I hope you are having a great summer break and are looking forward to being an owl.
We are going to be learning about owls this week so if you have anything to share, please bring it to school.
Remember you will need your PE kit – white T shirt, blue shorts and black PE pumps.
Look forward to seeing you all soon
We all enjoyed working with Alex from Circusology. Alex showed us how to juggle and ride a unicycle.
We made clown faces and ties and recycled cups to make our own carousel.
We all enjoyed sports morning – it was a wet day but we didn’t mind, we had lots of fun. Well Done to team Germany from Owls who won the trophy for ‘Best Sportsmanship’ – Well deserved.
A lovely afternoon – We spent part of Friday afternoon meeting the animals from the Mobile Farm. We had a great time.
Healthy Living Week
As part of Healthy Living Week, Owls made a healthy rice salad. We enjoyed cutting all the peppers, onions and tomatoes, we also enjoyed eating the salad – it was delicious!
We designed and then made a 3D mask.
The children all enjoyed taking part in the art sessions.
We investigated how to light a bulb using a battery and some wires.
All children followed instructions to make an origami dog
We had a really good trip to the Climbing Hangar. All children were keen to take part and climbed enthusiastically.
Happy New Year
We hope you and your families had a great Christmas.
We have had a great first week back at school and had fun when the Chaplains Panto Theatre Company came to perform Cinderella.
We have got lots to look forward to over the next half term, swimming, new topics and even a trip to the Climbing Hangar.
We will start the term learning about the artist Bansky and the work he has produced around the world. We will also design a name tag using graffiti art.
Our next topic is ‘The Twits’, we will be reading the story and finding out about all the antics of Mr and Mrs Twit, they are both so funny!
As part of our work we are going to make a sculpture of Mr or Mrs Twit, If you have any empty 4 pint milk cartons can you send them to school please.
This term we will also be learning about castles, we will learn about different parts of a castle, different jobs people who worked in castles did and how castles have developed over time.
What a busy time we are going to have.
Swimming sessions continue on Monday afternoon.
Library – Please return books on Friday
PE Kits – Can you please check that your child’s PE kit has their name in it.
We are all looking forward to an exciting half term.
Well what a busy start to the year. We have enjoyed learning about Owls, Underground, Minbeasts and the Great Fire of London.
We spent a day working with an artist named Ian Fennelly and we all made a fantastic sculptures of a Victorian person. Our trip to see the Terracotta Warriors was a great success and we all had a fantastic day.
We are now looking forward to our visit to Liverpool John Moores University to work in the forest school area and also to take part in our sponsored beanbag challenge to help raise money for the Newlife charity.