Class 2 Blog

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  • 10
    Jun

    Sports day 2018

    Posted by Mrs B Melley
    What a brilliant sports day Key Stage 1 had on Thursday morning! Everyone gave their all and seemed to really enjoy themselves. It was great to see so many parents and other family members coming to support the children throughout the morning. I was so impressed with how the children supported each other both in the races and the carousel of activities.
  • 05
    Jun

    Swimming Time

    Posted by Mr A Hart
    Year 2's swimming time will be on Wednesday afternoons, week beginning on 11th June 2018.
  • 23
    May

    Typical British Weather...

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Sadly we have made the decision to postpone Sports Day due to the poor weather forecast.
  • 18
    May

    Royal Wedding Bingo

    Posted by Mrs B Melley
    Class 2 have created a royal wedding bingo card to use while watching the royal wedding on Saturday. I have included the picture of the bingo card for you to use if you would like. The things to look out for are: a crown or tiara, Queen Elizabeth II, a horse and carriage, a soldier, the bride and groom, a flag, a trumpet and a fancy hat. Have fun!
  • 14
    May

    Mindfulness day

    Posted by Mrs B Melley
    On Friday 11th May the whole school enjoyed having a mindfulness day. We had lots of different activities throughout the day including colouring, yoga and playdough. Each class had a dog therapy session which involved the children meeting an adorable puppy called Maddie. Class 2 were very calm and respectful and asked lots of sensible questions. We finished the day off with some time on the field using our new 'giant bubble' kit. The children loved chasing and popping the bubbles and we will definitely be using it again.
  • 13
    May

    Art Competition Deadlines Coming Up!

    Posted by Mrs L Baker
    We have two exciting art competitions coming up! The first is being run by Berkeley Hunt Agricultural Society, who will provide the school with a wheelbarrow and 2 bags of compost. Using the theme "Follow the Yellow Brick Road – At the end of the road you will find good things,” the children need to design a garden to go in the wheelbarrow with vegetables or flowers. How you interpret the theme is entirely up to you. We will then use the winning design and create the wheelbarrow by appealing to local suppliers to help with the contents. The wheelbarrow will be judged at Berkeley Show on Sunday 24th June. A prize fund of £500 will be awarded to the winning school. We would like the children, on a rota basis, to stay with their wheelbarrows to answer any questions from the general public, so we will be asking for volunteers who will be given free child entry tickets to the show by The Show Committee. Entry forms can be found on the school website on term pages and the closing date is 18/5/18. The second competition is to design a wooden castle to be carved into the top of the large wooden stump in the courtyard near Year 1 and fairy doors to go at the bottom. The winning design will see their creation carved by a real wood artist who will be working with the school. The design could be based on Berkeley Castle, a fairy tale/ book or completely from your imagination. Entry forms can be found on the school website on term pages and the closing date is 18/5/18.
  • 12
    May

    Art Gallery

    Posted by Mrs L Baker
    It is just over a week to go until our Art Gallery. We hope to see you there! Held on Monday 21st May, 3:15pm until 6pm. Refreshments will be available. Cash only please. 1 picture will cost £10, 2 will cost £18 and 3 will cost £24.
  • 10
    May

    MashCam Brunel

    Posted by Mrs B Melley
    Class 2 became Isambard Kingdom Brunel using the MashCam app on PurpleMash. After watching 'Brunel' tell his story, the children typed up their favourite fact on the laptops. They then used the webcam to import a picture of their face on to a image of Brunel. The children loved combining their history knowledge and computer skills in this way.
  • 10
    May

    WALT: follow simple musical notation

    Posted by Mrs B Melley
    Class 2 have been using instruments to make long and short sounds. They then followed simple musical notations to turn their sounds into music.
  • 10
    May

    The 3 M's

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    "If only everyday could start like today"- This week has seen the school introduce a new singing scheme (Sing Up) during assembly time. Today, we managed to capture a rather special moment across the school. The 3 M's... Makaton, Moana and Magical voices of our children. Well Done BPS!