Category Archives: Class 2


Superheroes without capes make a visit


On Friday 27th January we were joined by the local fire service to talk to us about their fire engine. We had lots of fun looking at all their equipment, spraying the hose and making the lights flash.

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Traction Man the sequel…


This week we are writing our own adventures for Traction Man. The children have worked in groups on ideas and created ‘freeze frames’ with their action figures. Below are our six adventures:  1. Swimming in the sea with fish, 2. Saving Scrubbing Brush from the pirates,  3. Saving animals in the jungle,  4. The attack […]

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Traction Man is Here!


This week The Chestnut’s have started reading ‘Traction Man is Here’ by Mini Grey.  We have been acting out pages from the book, pretending to be Traction Man and his sidekick Scrubbing Brush. On Friday, the children had story baskets that they used to create their own adventures with Traction Man and Scrubbing Brush. Each […]

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Rhubarb Theatre were a hit!


Thursday 17th November was an exciting day for all at Toynton All Saints! We were visited by Rhubarb Theatre, who performed their play ‘Granny’s Game’. They had us all smiling, laughing and clapping along to their fantastic performance. We travelled around the world in an hour; visiting China, India and Morocco to name just a […]

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Arctic yoga in the Chestnut Class


Look at our stretched bodies! We were fantastic at our Arctic themed yoga PE lesson. 

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Investigating properties of materials.


In our science learning, we have been learning about materials and their properties. Today we tested for items being waterproof or not. We thought how materials changed shape, changed colour and if they could be used in the same way again. 

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LOST!


This week we found a lost penguin. The children created some fantasticly descriptive posters to help find his owner. Have you seen them around school? Keep coming back to find out more about our visitor.

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More brilliant projects…


The children (and parents) have been working hard at home with their termly projects. It is lovely to see the enjoyment in learning that the children demonstrate. 

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