Category Archives: Class 2


Excellent instructions…


The children were writing instructions for their friends to make a diva lamp. They used their sounds and did a fabulous job. Come back soon for pictures of our painted lamps.

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Growing caterpillars.


​​ Our class caterpillars are growing quickly. They are often active and moving around. Keep coming back for more updates.

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Golden tick treats.


The children had earnt their golden tick treat of milkshake with friends. We had lots of chocolate moustaches! 

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New members of Chestnut Class..


LOOK WHAT’S ARRIVED! We had a special delivery on Friday…5 tiny baby caterpillars. We are going to watch them grow and change into butterflies. 

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Publishing our writing!


The Chestnut’s returned after the Easter break and were eager to contribute to our new school library. The children wrote shape poems based on minibeasts that we have discovered in Wild at Heart. After editing and improving their work, the children wrote their poems up in neat to produce our class book. Come and have […]

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Measuring capacity


The year 2 children were estimating, comparing and measuring capacity and volume. They had lots of fun and became quiet accurate in their estimations.  The Year 1 children were using vocabulary to compare volumes and measure them accurately. 

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Shrove Tuesday


On Monday we spent the afternoon finding out why we have ‘Pancake Day’. We learnt that it is traditionally for using up the rich foods that people give up during Lent. We made some posters to share with the younger children. Pictures coming soon… The following day we learnt how you make pancakes and made […]

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We’re going on a bear hunt, we’re going to catch a big one…


We started this half term by watching the to adaptation of the much love book ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’. The children were all excited to go back to their class and do some work linked to the text. In Chestnut Class we retold the story using phrases from the story and our own […]

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