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Miss Mullarkey wrote: Exploring shape
In Maths we have enjoyed exploring shape. We have been exploring 2D shapes - learning their names and about their properties. We especially enjoyed looking for lines of symmetry in regular and irregular shapes, using the mirrors. We then used rule (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: Our Full Value Contract
In Year 2 we have been discussing what we feel makes a good learning environment. From this we have made our Full Value Contract. Here's what we all agreed on: 1. Be a ‘Quality Audience’ because it is important to listen to other people’s (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: Welcome to Year 2!
Year 2 have had a busy first week back and we have all settled into our new classroom base really well. We've started our first English theme using the book Whatever Next! by Jill Murphy and the children have also produced some lovely art work lin (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: Learning at the Sea Life Centre
On Thursday 16th April Year 2 spent a wonderful day together at the Sea Life Centre. We have been learning all about things that live Under the Sea and this was our chance to see lots of different sea creatures up close. We spent the morning explor (More)
Mrs Macleod has asked the Year 2 pupils to look for signs of Spring. See if you can draw a picture or take a photo and blog it. Can you name some flowers that you may see? Keep looking! (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: The North Wind doth Blow
The North Wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the little mouse do then? Poor thing! He'll go down a tiny hole, And meet his best friend Mrs Mole, And curl up in a blue tiny bowl, Poor thing! (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: The North Wind doth Blow
The North Wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the poor mole do then? Poor thing! He'll dig a big hole, A curl up in a bowl, And have a deep sleep all Winter, Poor thing! (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: The North Wind doth Blow
The North Wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the Fluffy Rabbit do then? Poor thing! He'll roll up in a ball, Next to a hard wall, And sleep there all Winter, Poor thing! (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: The North Wind doth Blow
The North Wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the Little Mouse do then? Poor thing! He'll go through a hole, To meet his friend Mole, And he will curl up in a bowl, Poor thing! (More)
Miss Mullarkey wrote: Winter poems.
In English this week we have been exploring and writing some Winter poems. The first poem we have read is the well known poem 'The North Wind doth Blow'. We explored the 2 verses, looking for rhyming words and counting syllables. In our second ses (More)
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