We hope that you have all had a lovely half term break and have kept safe and well.
We are in for another busy half term!
Our main topic this half term is still the Antarctic but learning about the geographical features and environmental damage caused by climate change. Through our mantle, we will become scientists, that will be based in the Antarctic measuring the melting ice glaciers. We will be locating different areas in the Antarctic and taking daily readings of the ice. We will learn about how scientists work to help prevent climate change. As part of our Design and Technology project we will be finding out about and making food that explorers would take with them to the Antarctic.
We will be focusing on multiplication and division this half term. Remember to go on TTRocks as much as possible – you will learn your time tables whilst having fun!
We will be continuing to discuss families and friendships this half term.
This half term we will be learning all about light and how shadows are formed. We will be finding out about how light and dark are different in the Antarctic.
Please make sure you bring in your reading diaries and book bags every day. We read every day in some form or another and also, for enjoyment.
Forest school will continue to be on a Tuesday every other week. Please make sure you have the correct kit with you. It is getting colder now, so make sure you have plenty of layers! We will go out in all weather.
We are looking forward to catching up with you all over the next few weeks. If you are unable to make an appointment at a convenient time for you, please come and see us and we can find time that would suit you.
We are always here if you have any worries or questions.
Mrs Kavanagh and Mrs Humphreys
This is the blog of Daffodils Class (Year 2 and 3)