Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Long Cutt, Redbourn, Herts AL3 7EX
Headteacher: Mrs Jane Byrne
Telephone: 01582 792341     Fax: 01582 794669
Email: admin@redbourninfants.herts.sch.uk

 

 

Year 2

pdf icon Curriculum Newsletter (79KB)

PDF icon Topic Web (275KB)

PDF icon New to Year 2 Meeting - Presentation (925KB)

PDF icon Curriculum Evening Presentation - Successful Spelling (239KB)


Our topic this term is "Colours of the World".

Click on the link for the Maple class blog.

Our Class Governor is Heather Clements.

 

Maple Class

children creating graphs
In Maths we collected data on favouite colours. We used our data to create a bar chart on the computer.
girl holding her drawing
We created line drawings of castles, knights and armour using gold and silver pens.

boy wearing his gold medal
We made salt dough medals and painted them in gold or silver.

girl cooking
We made reindeer food in cooking.
children making trees from different lengths of material
We applied our measuring skills to create Christmas Tree pictures.
boy holding nativity scene picture
In RE we recreated the scene of Jesus being born in the stable.
child decorating the christmas tree
We celebrated the start of December by helping to decorate our school christmas tree.
child holding decoration
In DT, we made wreaths to sell at our Christmas Bazaar.
boy dribbling a basketball
During our basketball workshop, we learnt that you can only move when dribbling the ball.
children practising their balances
We have been using our balancing and jumping skills to create our own sequences in gym. We then taught them to our friends.
boy with his maths work
In Maths, we have been using arrays to solve multiplication problems.
children holding their report
We are learning about the features of non-chronological reports in English.



Click on the link for the Chestnut class blog.

Our Class Governor is Heather Clements.

 

Chestnut Class

children looking underneath things
We've been exploring microhabitats down at our Woodland Area
looking at a log
We thought about how minibeasts are suited to their habitat
making habitats
During Science we worked as a team to create our own habitats
habitat for lions polar habitat habitat for tigers
girls on a coach
We were very excited about going on a trip to Woburn Safari Park.
children watching the meerkats
The meerkats were sunbathing!
boy looking at animals from the coach
We were able to see lots of wild animals from the coach.
holding the snake
Mrs Wilson held the snake she said it felt warm.
children stroking the snake
The snake felt smooth and slippery.
children in the role play area
"We all live in a yellow submarine..."

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