2 Chestnut Category

Growing Sunflowers

In science we have been learning about plants. We sowed some sunflower seeds and have been keeping a diary of their growth. Each week we have looked at the changes in the plants by measuring their height and looking at changes to the stem and leaves.

Take One Tune

Hall of the Mountain King by Peer Gynt or Morning by Edvard Grieg were used by the school to come up with their own interpretations of the music. On Friday 28th June we had a whole school assembly to share class performances. The variety of interpretations were wide, interesting and very entertaining. Many thanks to […]

KS1 School Games Day

On Tuesday 18th June, we held our annual KS1 Games Day. We were very lucky with the weather, with the sun shining all morning. It was a fantastic day, with the pupils performing brilliantly. They displayed determination, perseverance and a great amount of effort.

Yr2 sports festival

Our year 2 class ‘chestnut’ took part in a sports festival with a variety of different and fun activities . The children really enjoyed it and learnt lots of new skills 🙂

Drawing Fruit

Today in our art lesson we have been doing close observational drawings of the inside of fruit. We looked carefully at the shapes we could see and tried to recreate different textures using a sketching pencil.

More buddy reading!

6 Oak are spreading their reading talent and have read to Year 2 children.

Posting Letters to Santa

The children in 2Chestnut have been writing letters to Santa this week. We talked about how to set a letter out correctly and had to include a list of things we wanted for Christmas which were separated by commas. Today we went on a walk to the shops to post our letters.

KS1 Open Morning

Thank you to all the parents who attended our KS1 open morning today. We hope you enjoyed playing our Maths games and finding out what we have been learning in class this term.

Take one Picture: ‘The Spirit of Christmas’

The children have worked so hard for our ‘Take one Picture’ project and the work they have produced is fantastic. Thank you to everyone who came to have a look at our exhibition of work. If you missed it, here are some photos of everyone’s efforts.

Lest we forget

This year is the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. To commemorate this, we had a whole school assembly with singing from the whole school. They sang “We Remember”, ” Pack up your Troubles” and “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary”.  Out KS2 choir sang “In Flanders Fields”. We had a […]