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Class 7 News
Miss Henry 3 Dec 18

Year 2 have enjoyed a visit from the fire service today. They have learnt about fire safety.


Mrs Pearson 24 Mar 17

Showcasing Sun Moon and Stars topic facts, songs and homework.


Mrs Pearson 10 Mar 17

Learning through Fairtrade how to help our neighbours around the world.


Mrs Pearson 3 Mar 17

Using Fairtrade products and ingredients we baked a themed cake to coincide with World Book Day!


Mrs Pearson 10 Feb 17

Embracing the sun, moon and stars topic by making an astronaut helmet to wear when travelling to the planet Venus.


Mrs Pearson 5 Jan 17

Hope you've enjoyed the Christmas holidays and are happy to be back at school.


Mrs Pearson 7 Nov 16

Travelling back to 1666 to act out a role in the Pudding Lane Bakery.


Mrs Pearson 5 Oct 16

Global Goals homemade lemonade challenge.


Mrs Pearson 28 Sep 16

Year 2 making lemonade for the enterprise challenge as part of our Global Goals week.


Mrs Pearson 22 Sep 16

Following the sequential steps in order to make a jam sandwich.


This Term's Topics

  • From Field to Fork
  • The Owl who was afraid of the dark/Fire
  • Welcome to Year 2!

    Our first topic this year is "Field to Fork." We will be exploring the journey our food takes from it's source to our plate. This will also involve looking at the parts of plants we eat, how we require a balanced diet and health and exercise. During this half term we will also take part in the Wold's Largest Lesson which involves the children looking at global issues such as equality, sustainability and eradicating poverty.

    After half term our topic will centre around the book "The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark" by Jill Tomlinson. This allows the children to explore the history of Guy Fawkes, fire, explore the Great Fire of London and the story of Christmas. We will also look at nocturnal animals and use the opportunity to complete some non-fiction report writing.

    Class 7 Home Learning

    Please practise spelling, times tables and reading each week and have fun selecting activities from the homework grid to be brought into school. One activity is due in every 2 weeks.

    This year we will send spellings to be learnt each week. Class 7 will receive these on a Tuesday to be tested the following week. There will also be a reading comprehension for you to share with your child. There is no expectation that these are completed in one go.

    Weblinks for homework can be found on the Robert Ferguson Primary School class news page www.rferguson.org

    Reading should be encouraged as a daily activity whenever possible.

    Class 7 Downloads

    Homework grid Autumn 1 From Field to Fork