YEAR 1/2 (WHITE)

Miss A Brown

Welcome to class 1/2B blog! 

There are 30 of us in class 1/2B and our teacher is Miss Brown. We are also supported in class 1/2B by our amazing Teaching Assistant’s Mrs Livingstone & Mrs Edmondson

 

By visiting our class blog often, you can find out all about what we do with our busy school days. We spend our day learning new things by working in groups, working with partners, or working on our own and we will use this blog to share information, class news and photographs with parents and family.

 

We hope you enjoy reading all of the great things that are happening in our classroom.

 

We would also love to see what the children are getting up to in their spare time, so please share your photographs and news from home with us, via our blog!

 

Happy blogging!

 

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Our Class Blog

KS1 Cenotaph Visit.

Today, we took part in a Remembrance Service led by Father John at the Cenotaph in Rowlands Gill. We read Remembrance poems, listened to readings and prayers, held a two minutes' silence and laid down our handmade wreaths. We were all very considerate and thoughtful...

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Fiery Adjectives!

We have been describing fireworks in our literacy lesson, in preparation for writing a firework poem for our special 'fire' booklet....

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Our Favour from the Fireman!

Today, a local fireman came in to visit us to ask us a favour- can we produce a booklet all about fire, to be used at Swalwell Fire Station? As our topic is all about fire, we are all up for the...

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Autumnal Art

We have been using shades of warm and cool colours to create the sunset background and black paper to create the silhouette effect.

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Free the Wolf!

Today, we have been protesting to save the wolf and get him out of prison (linked to our class book in literacy). We have some very passionate children in Year 1/2B, who like to fight for the right, fair option!

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