Welcome to Hawks Class
Welcome back to school.
We hope you had a lovely half term break. We are looking forward to hearing all about what you have been doing. Hopefully, the rain and wind didn't stop you from getting out and about.
Mrs Odedra is the class teacher, Monday to Thursday.
Miss Ringrose is the class teacher, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and Friday all day.
Mrs Haseldon is our classroom assistant.
PE days: we will be doing PE on Thursday and Friday. We will not be getting changed for PE, so feel to wear clothes more suitable for PE on these days.
Hawks Class Charter
Last Half Term:
We started in Year 2 learning all about Hawks. We learnt lots of interesting facts about Hawks and completed some beautiful, detailed art work.
We then moved onto the topic of Traditional Tales. We had great fun reading lots of different stories and acted out the story of Little Red Riding Hood and rewrote our own version of a traditional tale.
This Half Term:
We are continuing our topic on CHOCOLATE. We will carry on reading Charlie and the Chocolate factory by Roald Dahl and we will be doing lots of exciting work based on this story. We will also be looking at Quentin Blake and creating our own sketches. Our wow ending to the topic will be, creating our own marvellous chocolate bar and writing a recipe for it.
Keep checking out what we have done so far!
Have a look at our fantastic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory drawings in the style of Quentin Blake.
We have also been looking at and creating our own pop art based on our chocolate topic. Have a look at our amazing collage creations.
This week we designed and made our own chocolate bars. Have a look at our super scrumptious creations!
- Children should be reading everyday, this can be anything they like - books you may have at home or a book they have brought home from school
- Once a week the children should read the books they have been sent home as part of their Read Write Inc. lessons. They receive these on Wednesday and please remember to send them back in the following week.
- Children should regularly be practicing to count in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s forwards and backwards. They should also practise to count on and count back from any number. For example to count on in 10s from 34... 34, 44, 54, 64.
- Children should regularly practise quickfire addition to develop their mental calculation and knowledge of number facts. For example, doubling, halving, number bond.
- It's always handy to practise handwriting when you get a chance. Maybe practising the formation of letters or practise your joins.