Year 2

This course is a freshman orientation to physical education, physical fitness, and health. It is an introduction to basic skills 
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Undergraduate degree programs in industrial arts train students to craft wood and metal, repair machinery, use hand tools, make technical 
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This course acquaints students with astronomy concepts including basic facts about the Earth, moon, and stars. Also included for study 
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This course is a freshman orientation to physical education, physical fitness, and health.
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It is an introduction to basic skills and movement by participation and instruction in the following activities: swimming, dance, duel and individual sports, and physical fitness.
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Year 1 & 2 Newsflash 🔈 We have had another busy week of learning in Miss Pearson’s class! In Maths, the children completed their weighing investigations by comparing the weight of items around our school. Next, we started to look at multiplication. In Year 1 the children were fantastic at finding and recalling doubles to 20 (and even beyond)! In Year 2, the children made equal groups of 2s, 5s and 10s and recorded “groups of” as repeated addition. Some of our super Mathematicians in Year 2 even began to use the multiplication symbol to represent “groups of”!As Scientists, we explored our sense of taste in an investigation. The children tasted different sweets that felt the same but were challenged not to use their sense of sight or smell. They made predictions about the flavour and explained why using descriptions. We were very surprised that using just one sense is difficult and concluded that using more than one sense helps us to make better predictions.In Art, the children created some Seaside collages. They recapped their Geographical learning and identified features of our local area. We watched a tourist information video about Berwick and made sketches of the things we liked. The children used these sketches to create drawings for their collages before selecting appropriate materials to create a collage with different textures. Well done everyone!We were very kindly loaned an “Ecology Box” from the Union Chain Bridge that contained some amazing resources to support our Science topic this half term. The children explored the bugs up close, made their own life cycles and shared stories with some exciting local settings! Thank you very much to the group for this wonderful opportunity! Miss Pearson and Miss Simpson have been blown away by the children this half term and how well they have settled in - not to mention the wonderful work they have been producing! We are so proud of everyone and hope you all have a lovely half term holiday! ... See MoreSee Less
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