On Friday the 18th of May we had a visitor called Nick from the Norfolk Broads Authority and he came to tell us about all the wildlife in our pond. He brought in a microscope and connected it up so we could look closely at all the different things we found. We had great fun learning about Norfolk Broads animals, especially when asking Nick questions.
Then on Monday some of us went to a workshop hosted by the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. We learnt about the story of Alice Through The Looking Glass with help from some amazing musicians from
We joined in with singing and storytelling and one lucky child got to conduct the mini-orchestra!
On the Wednesday Mr Whitehead led a team of intrepid golfers to Sprowston Manor for a Trigolf event. The children worked really well and impressed everyone with their super skills with each child earning a certificate for their efforts
Alongside all of that in Maths we have been solving problems involving number patterns, symmetry, shape and dominoes! If you fancy having a go at a new challenge... why not look at this:
In English we have been reading and writing poems with an animal theme. We have tried to write mini-poems using only 4 sentences using each sentence type.
In topic we have been thinking about mini-beasts and their habitats. When we come back after the holiday we will look at bigger animals from elsewhere in the world. Can you identify some of their habitats, life cycles and food chains?
Finally, thanks for everyones efforts during the very busy month of May and please remember that if you have any questions, do come and see one of the Year 2 Team.
We hope you have a happy & healthy half-term!
Mrs R & Mr W