Read the text about Victorian workhouses. Comment facts that you learn from your reading. [embeddoc url=”http://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Workhouse-powerpoint.pdf”] Geography (broadheath.coventry.sch.uk)
Click on the link below to learn about Samuel Pepys, then answer the questions below. BBC Famous People 1.Name the 2 major events that Pepys wrote about.2.How many houses did the Great Fire of London destroy?3.What did Pepys save from the fire?
Where did the fire start in London?Why did the building catch fire so easily?How did the fire finally die down?
What a super day we have had! I am so proud of all the efforts you made with your costumes and doubly as proud of the enthusiasm you put into your work today.Below are some pictures of today, including your freeze frames showing character emotions from Jack and the Beanstalk. What is your favourite Traditional […]
Next Thursday 11th November, we will be having a Traditional Tales (Fairy Tales) Day. We will be doing lots of exciting things, but we would like you to dress up as your favourite character please.Look at the pictures and ideas below. Try to use the things you have at home for you costume… but please […]
This week, the class have been learning about the G7 and France’s role in it. We have also been learning things about the country France itself. Here are some of the things they have done about France so far! Which activity did you like best?Can you remember a fact about Henri Matisse?
This half term’s challenges are based on addition. Choose a challenge and write your answer on the blog. Remember to write which challenge you are completing e.g. Bronze. The best answers could win a prize in the challenge assembly at the end of half term! Good luck! Bronze Silver Gold Platinum
Metals Metals come from rocks called ores. They are strong, hard and shiny materials that can be hammered into different shapes without breaking. Their properties make them useful for objects such as cutlery, saucepans, cars and coins. Plastics Plastics are materials made from chemicals and are not found in nature. They are strong and waterproof, […]
This week in ‘Art around the World’ week, the children have been building up skills so that they could create a piece of art in the style of Gakonga(a Kenyan artist). They have learn shading skills to create different tones, use water colour paints to fade and blend colours and used oil pastels to give […]
Below is a selection of Gakonga’s artwork. Which do you like? Which do you dislike. Please explain your answers with comments on the colours, tone, emotion or content of the picture.
This week, the children have been investigating patterned poetry. They learnt a poem using actions and picture cues. Here is what they achieved.
Today in Science, the class learnt about being hygienic. They discussed ways to be hygienic as well as doing an experiment about how germs spread. Here are the Ladybirds and Spiders’ iMovie. They learnt how to make a slide each and then we put them together. Can you explain some ways to stay hygienic? Use […]
Today, to celebrate European Day of Languages, the children learnt about Holland (The Netherlands). We have learn a few words, made windmills (windmolens), tulips and Poffertjes. What words can you remember in Dutch?Can you write a fact about Holland?
We have had the most wonderful day at the seaside. All the travelling was worth it. What was your favourite thing you did?What surprised you?What features of the seaside did you see?
Hi Parents and Carers.As you know, Year 2 are going on their trip to the seaside on Thursday. We will be leaving at 8am sharp, so your child needs to be in school no later than 7:45am please. If you are late, the coach will not wait. Please arrive via the Hanford Close entrance. We […]
Hi Parents and Carers.We have a limited amount of space to take parents on the trip in Thursday. If you are available, please could you register your interest with Mr Carter or Mrs Nahar.We can’t guarantee you a space, but we will try.Thanks.
Today, Caterpillars tried to explain what they have learnt and what they know about the seaside.
This half term’s challenges are based on number and place value. Choose a challenge and write your answer on the blog. Remember to write which challenge you are completing e.g. Bronze. The best answers could win a prize in the challenge assembly at the end of half term! Good luck! Bronze Silver Gold Platinum
This half term we are learning about the Seaside. Read the texts below and complete at least one of the challenges. If your answers impress your teachers, you might win a prize in the challenge assembly at the end of half term! Bronze When did seaside holidays first start? Where was the first British seaside […]
What a fantastic week it has been so far. It has been lovely getting to know you all. Below is a video of just some of the things you have done from Monday to Wednesday. What have you learnt about yourself this week?What have you learnt about a friend?What did you enjoy doing the most?
Hello everyone. This year, PE will be on a Wednesday. Please can children come to school in their PE kit every Wednesday unless told otherwise. Also, swimming will be on a Friday afternoon, so we need kits in please. The best thing to do is bring them in on Monday so we know they are […]
Here is another version of the story ‘The Ugly Duckling’. Listen to the story and answer the questions below. What is the moral of the story?How did the ugly duckling’s feeling change from the beginning to the end?
Hi Pupils, parents and carers. On Thursday 23rd September, Year 2 will be visiting the seaside. The cost of the trip will be £10 (a letter will follow shortly). We will be leaving at 8am and returning around 5pm, traffic permitting. We will be giving more information nearer the time.
What an amazing final full week we have had. Have a look at all the wonderful things we have done! Which was your favourite and why?
Important – Year 2 lunchesThere was a slip in with your child’s school report regarding lunches for next year.Thank you to those who have returned them. If you have not returned yours yet, please can you do so before the end of the week.Thank you in advance the office Team
We can’t wait to have you join us in 2 White! Next year is going to be so much fun!From,Mr Carter and Mrs Nahar
Today the children practised silly poems. They focused on their intonation and actions for the words. They took inspiration from Michael Rosen’s poem which I have included below.
CATERPILLARS ONLYLearning Objective: To tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes For today’s lesson, you will need the paper plate clock you made on Friday. If you haven’t got it, please click here to access an interactive clock on the internet. Please don’t worry about the date. This is the same video the rest […]
CATERPILLARS ONLY: To tell the time to the nearest 15 minutes For today’s lesson, you will need the paper plate clock you made on Friday. If you haven’t got it, please click here to access an interactive clock on the internet. Match the clocks to the times below: Ladybirds, Spiders, Bees, ButterfliesMain Learning Objective: To […]