Hello everyone and welcome to another Beech Learning Blog. I can’t quite believe we’re at the end of the second week already! Read on to find out what we have been up to this week…
In English this week, we continued to look at our new book and even got to read a few more pages! We learned some new, exciting vocabulary to describe the character of the princess, and then practised putting it into descriptive sentences and a short narrative with the children using their imaginations. We have also tested spellings this week, and have sent them home in their reading diaries to practise.
In Maths this week, we have been looking at place value in lots of different ways. We looked at lots of different ways of representing and partitioning two digit numbers, and used this to solve problems.
In History this week, the children learned about a very famous historical event from long ago – The Battle of Hastings in 1066! Before knowing the story, the children heard all about the four possible kings after Edward the Confessor’s death – if you can remember them, write a comment back to me on the blog!
In RE and Jigsaw, we have been looking at the rules we have around school and why they are important to keep us safe. In Computing, we looked at using an iPad safely and responsibly. I will be sending home Purple Mash and Sumdog login cards next week(they are both the same!) so that the children can use the software and access homework tasks at home. And finally, in Music we continued to explore South African music with ‘The Click Song’ by Miriam Makeba – I’ll attach a link below, as it is a very catchy song!
Just a couple of notices for parents this week. Thank you to everyone who has sent their child with the correct PE kit so far (t-shirt, shorts and pumps) – please can this be sent in if not already! On Friday, Y2 sent a letter home to request some help with supporting our Power of Reading topic and our new book. Next Friday, 21st September, please could the children bring to school something precious to them to write about, similar to the character in the story. Please make sure it is not too valuable or breakable, and if that is what your child would like to bring, we would suggest bringing a photograph instead.
And finally, it is our Celebration Assembly next Thursday, 20th September, and some children have been given invitations for parents to join us and celebrate a fantastic first few weeks. If any other children have certificates, trophies or medals they have earned, they can bring them in on Thursday as well to show.
Thank you for reading this week, and see you all on Monday!
Lots of love Ms Mountjoy xx
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