As you all know we have been learning about seeds, plants and flowers in our Science lessons. We have made predictions about how we think seeds and bulbs will grow in different conditions, we have planted our own seeds and bulbs and we have learnt about the life cycle of a plant.
This week we would like you to consolidate your learning and click on the link below to watch the videos and take part in the quiz all about plants and flowers.
Recently we have been learning lots of facts about minibeasts in our English lessons. Last week, lots of you wrote some fantastic minibeast riddles and we had lots of fun guessing which minibeast the riddle was about.
We will be continuing with our minibeast theme for the next week and for your home learning we are giving you a selection of minibeast based activities that we would like you to choose from.
Read through the activities and choose one you would like to do. You could choose to do more than one!
This morning, we had a visit from the Easter Bunny! Before we could go on our Easter egg hunt, we had to correctly answer 3 very important questions. Thankfully, we got them all correct and were able to find and then enjoy our eggs!
Today, we had lots of fun learning and practicing our football skills with coaches Jarrad and Daniel from the Catford Wanderers Football Academy! After playing a few warm up games, we then had the opportunity to play some matches!
REMEMBER, if you’d like to take part in more sessions with Coach Jarrad, please use the coupon you were given for a free session!
Well done 2B, and thanks again to Coach Jarrad and Coach Daniel for a great afternoon!
‘I feel so proud!’ – Phoebe ‘I had happy tears’ – Lilly ‘It was GREAT!’ – Florence ‘I am very, very, very, very happy!’ – Ned ‘I am so happy we got to do an assembly for the first time!’ – Heisi ‘It was emotional’ – Samuel O ‘We were brave’ – Bogdan ‘We were nervous but excited’ – Haroun D
Well done 2B, you were all BRILLIANT! A huge thank you to all of our adults for their support too! 🙂
Our topic ‘Fire, Fire’ is sadly coming to an end! To round off everything we have learnt about The Great Fire of London, we would like you to present all of your knowledge in any way you choose. For example, you might wish to create a poster, design/make a model of a house from 1666, draw pictures or even write a list of facts – it’s up to you!
This week in Science we have been learning about Microhabitats. We talked about the minibeasts we might find in microhabitats in our gardens, parks and streets.
This week we would like you to go on a minibeast hunt in your habitat. This could be in your garden, local park or street. Write a list of the minibeasts you find. We would love you to share with us at school what you found and you could even try to present the information in a block graph, tally chart or pictogram.