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We visited the SS Great Britain to see what 1st class, 2nd class and 3rd class (steerage) accommodation was like and compare it to the Titanic. We also took part in a workshop entitled life at sea in Victorian Britain. 

Red Nose Day 2022

We painted some pictures of the Titanic. We used a mixture of water colours using brushes and cotton buds to create our paintings. We also did some printing using potatoes and changing shades of colour by mixing in white paint.

World Book Day 2022! We came as characters from the book 'The Sheep Pig'. 

Investigating the colours of the spectrum by making colour spinners.

Hey Diddle Diddle shadow puppet show. We have been learning about light and shadows and how they can change shape.

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African Arts Week - We experimented with pastels to create some beautiful African sunset pictures. We also took part in an African dance workshop. 

Replicating how Van Gogh used different contrasts to create a night time scene. 

Making 2022 Calendars 

Christmas Jumper Day!

Enjoying our Christmas dinner.

Year 2 Phonics Screening Information

We have been designing and making some famous buildings from around the world. We planned, constructed and painted our models. 

We visited 'We The Curious' as part of our topic on 'Buildings'.

The Papaya That Spoke! After we finished our work, we tasted some papaya. 

We used a range of materials to create our under the water octopus pictures including felt, thread, paper plates and glue. 

We printed our fish pictures using sticks of celery!

Learning what three things seeds need to grow. Water, air and warmth. Our seeds in the freezer and fridge didn't grow. 

Painting our fruit basket pictures in the style of Caravaggio.

Finding living things around the school grounds as part of our topic on I'm Alive.

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