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As part of our castles topic we have been designing and making clay pots. These are the type of pots that people in castles in Medieval times would have made and used.
We had a wonderful time at Stanton Park today. In the morning we learned about the history of the park from Roman times and searched the wild meadow for plants and mini beasts. In the afternoon we build dens in the woodland.
In year 2 we have been learning how to write blogs and send messages using our DB Primary accounts on I Pads and computers.
In our Jigsaw lessons we have been learning about our different body parts and labelling some pictures.
In year 2 we have enjoyed making our own castles out of junk. We have made turrets and battlements with crenelations and drawbridges to prevent our enemies from entering.
On Tuesday the year 2’s went to Sudeley Castle. There was so much to see:ruins,beautiful gardens and lots of rooms to look around.There was even a tower with a hole in it made by a cannonball. We all had a great time.
We went to look at our pond to find out what is living in there now.The lilies are beginning to flower and we found lots of tadpoles and many of them have leg buds. We also helped Miss Mulcock to plant out some vegetables in our raised beds and to put a new greenhouse together. Lots of us enjoyed building dens and homes for
We all loved walking round our school gallery. Everyone in the school had painted a picture which had been framed.It was lovely to look at everyone’s work.
The year 2’s enjoyed making bunting and crowns to celebrate the royal wedding.
This week in Forest School we had lots of earth to move to fill our planters ready to plant seeds. We also had fun building dens and making nests out of grass and flowers.We also used our reference books to identify the different mini-beasts and birds we saw in the school grounds.We were lucky enough to see a woodpecker jumping around on the Hawthorn