Centipede Class – New arrivals!

During this half term topic ‘Flowers and Insects’ we will be looking after caterpillars and watching them turn into beautiful butterflies! On Friday, the children in Centipede class named our new arrivals. We then visited the science garden which is where the butterflies will be released in a few weeks. We enjoyed sketching pictures of ...

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Cricket Class. IPC Entry Point – Jack and the Beanstalk

Today in English we orally rehearsed our new story ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. This afternoon we created bean stalk collages to decorate our classroom and book corner.  

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Crickets Maths Tally Charts & Pictograms

Today in Maths we created our own tally charts to collect data on our classes favourite animal. We then used this data to create pictograms.  

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Grasshoppers’ trip to Hampton Court Palace

Grasshoppers Class went on a trip with the rest of Year 2 to Hampton Court Palace. We learned that that was Henry the eighth lived.  We visited the rooms. Some rooms had magnificent ceilings.   Also, we visited the kitchens and saw how they cooked in the Tudor times. It was interesting. During our visit, we ...

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Hampton Court Palace – Year 2

On Monday 19th March 2018 Year 2 visited Hampton Court Palace.   We saw Henry VIII’s crown, visited the chapel he used to pray in, saw his kitchens and even explored the lovely gardens and fountains. We enjoyed learning more about Henry VIII and seeing where he once lived. 🙂     Even though it ...

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Crickets Science

This week  in Science we discussed the basic needs of animals and humans.  

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Crickets World Book Day

Well done to everyone in Cricket Class for dressing up today. Happy World Book Day!

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World Book Day in Centipede Class

Well done to everyone in Centipede Class for dressing up today. Happy World Book Day!    

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Castle Creations – Centipede Class

Our new topic in Year Two is called ‘King of the Castle’. To introduce this new topic, we asked children to make castles at home over the half term holiday. Lot’s of children made wonderful castles – Well done everybody! We spent some time sharing our creations with others and spoke about how we made ...

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Ahoy there matey!

This half term, Year Two have loved the pirate topic,  Ahoy there matey! We wrote pirates letters, made pirate maps and we even made our own pirate boats! To celebrate our work, we invited parents in on Thursday 8th February 2018. We presented our lovely work and performed a special song and dance called ‘A ...

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Parsloes Primary School
Spurling Road

Tel: 0208 270 4925