Second full week in year 2!

Date: 18th Sep 2015 @ 1:47pm

Another busy week for us.

In English we have been learning to tell a story using actions to help us along the way. The story was called "The Elephant". We have created a story map, changed it slightly and begun to write our own version. Our stories are about penguins, lions, leopards, giraffes and all sorts of unusual pets.


In Maths we have been solving problems for Katie Morag. We tried to find all the possible ways to make different numbers. We have also tried to prove the law of COMMUTATIVITY. Ask me what it means!


In topic we have been looking at maps of the United Kingdom. We labelled the four countries- Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England. We live in England and Katie Morag lives in Scotland. We discussed how we would travel from Hyde to Struay, in Scotland.


In science we had fun with plasticine. We investigated to see how the shape of a ball of plasticine would change when we used different forces upon it.


Phew! What a week!



Miss Flynn wrote:

It sounds like you have been very busy learning this week. I will look forward to reading some of your stories once they are complete. I am also pleased that you could explain the meaning of the maths term 'Commutativity' when I visited your class with two of our Governors, Mr Wallace and Mr Lees this afternoon.

Lilly wrote:

I really liked when we made models

Eoin wrote:

I loved making my story map different. My story is about a leopard called Sam!

Madeleine wrote:

I am loving learning about Katie morag. When I went to the Scottish Isles we drove and went on a boat.

Nieve wrote:

I have enjoyed English writing the elephant story.

Ben wrote:

I enjoyed making a model of a small snail with plasticine.

christopher wrote:

we use plastseem to make modles comntivey ♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪ and singing and its fun day fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ava wrote:

I had fun squishing my fingers in the purple plasticine.I made a funny and cute model of Madleliene and she made one of me.

Ronnie wrote:

I loved doing the Samba drums! And seeing Mr Jepson again too!

Deakon wrote:

I liked learning about the law of commutativity.

Megan wrote:

I enjoyed drawing a lighthouse. I would like to visit Struay.

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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

Miss M Flynn (Headteacher)
St Paul's Catholic Primary School
Turner Lane
SK14 4AG, United Kingdom

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