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Welcome to Class 6! What a great start to the new year we have had. My name is Miss Gossington and I am the class teacher. Mrs O'hare is our teaching assistant and we work very closely with Miss Greasley and Mrs Smith in Class 5. Every morning the children will be doing English and Maths. In the afternoon the children will explore other areas of the curriculum including DT, Art, Geography, Science, History, PE, Music and RE.  Please take a look at our termly newsletters to find out what is happening in these areas.  We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and if there are any questions please feel free to speak to any member of the Year 2 team, we are all here to help. smiley

Hello Class 6. Hope you are all well. I have been busy in the kitchen this week trying out new recipes and making my own sauces. Some great pictures from Sophia enjoying half term and the sunshine.

Hello class 6. I hope you have had a lovely half term. The sunshine has been out for us so I hope you have had lots of fun in your gardens, visiting parks and going for walks. I have been outside lots and spotting lots of mini beasts and creatures. By the water I saw lots of dragonflies. Riley has been spending time with his little sister. Lovely to see you sharing your ice lolly too. Send pictures in with what you guys are doing.

Hello class 6 hope you have all had another good week. We have had lots of sunshine this week so I hope you have been outside having fun. Mrs O Hare has been very creative making a colourful pom pom rug. I have been busy getting Dora a summer house ready. What do you think? She is very happy with it. Please take a look on the home learning page to see Ida's work about Michael Rosen. Have a great half term. Send in any pictures of what you get up to or of you creating your time capsules. See you soon!

Pom Pom rug in progress.
The end result.
Dora purring while inspecting her summer house.

Hello Class 6. This week Mrs O Hare has been enjoying spending time with Teddy and getting lots of fluffy cuddles. I have been reading lots this week. Keep the pictures coming in with what you guys are doing too.

Hello Class 6 another busy week for us all. It has been lovely to get the sunshine back with us. I took some time to sit in the garden and make some daisy chains. This was great fun. Mrs O Hare has been enjoying walking and finding some of the robin statues around Nottingham.

Hello class 6. We have been getting creative this week. Mrs O Hare is making a blanket with the help of Teddy. I have started a new page of my coluring book. Arthur has done some great pictures from some story books. One of which is our book this week Whales Song. Mrs O Hare is very impressed with your eye for detail Arthur. Leo has also sent in his great whale art work too.

Hello Class 6 hope you are all well and enjoying the sunshine. As you can see Mrs O Hare and I have been outside this week. Thank you to Riley for the pictures and great that you are showing your support to the amazing NHS and all other key workers. We also have a famous person now in class 6 Sophia has made it into the newspaper. Take a look. See you all soon

Hope you all had a fabulous Easter eating lots of chocolate eggs and having fun. Great to see that we are getting outside to enjoy the sunshine. Keep in touch with what you are doing.

Thank you to Sophia for sending this in. It is wonderful to see these pictures and rainbow ones on lots of windows in our community. Enjoy the sunshine!

Week 2 of home learning. Some acrostic poetry writing about spring from Felicity . Also take a look at this link on facebook - https://m.facebook.com/701476909872267/posts/3118094101543857/?substory_index= 0 Well done Ines this is lovely to see especially for our hard working NHS staff. Ines has also been busy doing some maths work at home. Looks like you are working really hard well done. This week the art task was to get outside and find signs of spring to do a picture about. Thank you Ida for this lovely picture.

Great to see what Class 6 have been up to during week 1 of home learning. Keep it up guys and I look forward to seeing more. Miss Gossington

Sport Relief in class 6. This morning we took on a variety of challenges. These included catching , throwing and skipping. We tried our very best and worked hard in teams. Take a look at us in action.

Class 6 were winners of the stars this week. We voted to decorate biscuits with lots of sweets and eat them!! They were yummy. While we ate our biscuits we also had a treat of watching Mr Men and Little Miss.

Pancake day. Class 6 were learning all about Pancake day and Shrove Tuesday today. As a treat we tried pancakes with lemon or chocolate sauce. They were yummy. We now know that Lent will begin and that it is nearly time for Easter..

Class 6 have got a lovely display up in the classroom all about the story of Auggie Pullman called We are all wonders. Take a look when you collect your child from the classroom . The children came up with lots of ideas about kindness and drew some great pictures too.

Take a look at the Spring Term Newsletter

Party Day in class 6 . We have had a great day doing lots of fun activities and playing games. Then we had a visit from the one and only Santa who kindly left us some presents. This afternoon we had extra play and played pie face!!!!

On Remembrance day Mr Dunn came in to talk to class 6 all about his time in the army when he was a young man. We asked him lots of questions and looked at lots of photos. It was really interesting and we enjoyed listening to his stories.

Year 2 Autumn term newsletter

Class 6 completing their pictures in the style of Hunter Vassar. Using no straight lines and bright colours.

Fire! Fire! Changing materials within science. As part of our Science topic of Materials, Year 2 had a real life fire to observe how different materials changed shape when we heated them. We put fabric, plastic, wood, metal, brick and paper into the fire. We then looked at the objects the next day to see how they have changed or not. We found that the metal coat hanger had only slightly changed share and colour. The fabric and paper was burnt and in tiny pieces.

Class 6 had a great morning at Carlton Fire station. We saw lots of equipment that fire fighters use and we even got to try some of it on! We had a tour of the station and saw the gym, computer room and the kitchen. We then got to sit in the fire engine and use a fire hose to aim for a target ( that was the best part). It was great fun and we found out lots of information about keeping safe.

Class 6 won the stars last week so we decided to have a Disco! We had great fun and played some dancing games too.

Class 6 had our first visit to Carlton Library today. We met Liz who told us all about the library and then kindly read us a story. After we had time to look around and pick a book for us to enjoy at home

Class 6 were very busy this morning making their Tudor houses. We really enjoyed our morning especially using the hay for the roof!

Class 6 had a great time this morning recreating Pudding Lane for the great fire of London. We used our Tudor houses that we built to start the fire. We saw how quickly our houses caught fire and now understand why this happened back in 1666 too.

Culture week has started for class 6. We are learning all about the United Kingdom. Please take a look on the website under curriculum - humanities to see us food tasting. Yummy  smiley
Culture week is still continuing in class 6 we have been making our own dragons using clay. Please take a look in our curriculum section under The Arts to see us in action. smiley
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