Class 2 2018 - 2019

Norley CE Primary

All about Class 2...

Our teacher: Miss Williams
Welcome to class 2!
Class 2 have been enjoying a fun week back at school and getting used to new routines. The children will be focusing on The Great Fire of London as part of their Fire! Fire! topic.
The children kicked off this topic by making bread on the firepit! This was lots of fun and we are excited about what we will be finding out about during this topic!
Great Fire of London dance
Class 2 have started to put together a dance to show the events of The Great Fire of London. The children have enjoyed being fire and spreading through the town!
Visit from PCSO David
Class 2 enjoyed a visit from David and were very lucky to explore the police van and try on some uniform!
Forest schools
What a fun forest school session class  have had! The children got to have a go at making their own fires and went on a mini beast hunt too! The children found frogs, ladybirds and lots of worms which they put under a music rope to observe in closer detail.
The Great Fire of London 
Class 2 have been creating a timeline of events in chronological order to show the events that occurred from 2-6th September 1666. The children then used Lego to create a miniature pudding lane capturing the events from each of the days. What a fantastic job they did! 
Baking bread
Class 2 have had another go at baking bread after working hard to create a set of instructions on how to make bread properly as the first time the instructions were burnt from the Great Fire of London! The children explored how instructions are made up,looking at time connectives, imperative verbs, title and concise sentences. The children wrote their own instructions and used these to make bread again. The results were brilliant! 
A mysterious box
Class 2 were surprised to come into school and discover a spade with a note attached. This note led us to a old dusty box buried in the bushes. The children were amazed when they opened the box and found an empty wine bottle, smelly cheese and a diary! The children are convinced it has come from Samuel Pepys! Watch this space to find out more! 
Science investigation 
Class 2 are investigating materials and choosing  a material suitable for a house roof during The Great Fire of London. Lots of good ideas such as brick and stone! Watch out for our house designs.
Weaver hall Museum
Class 2 have had a fantastic day learning all about The Great Fire of London during a trip to the Weaverhall Museum. The children completed so many activities including exploring how the houses were built and building one, creating a Fire mark, completing household chores of a servant in 1666 and making lavender bags to help them keep away nasty smells! 
It was a such fun! Have a look at our photos! 

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