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Our theme this term is Rocks, Relics & Rumbles

Owls PE day is Monday.  Outdoor kit required.

Homework books due in every Monday with tables and spelling quizzes

Thursdays is our day to bring library books in for changing.

Our class reads this term is “Katie in London” by James Mayhew & Queen Victoria’s Bathing Machine” by Gloria Whelan

Please have a full water bottle each day, this can be separate to juice which may be in lunch boxes.

Year 3 can bring a fruit snack in, the school provide Year 2  with fruit.

Welcome to Owls Class!

We are a combined group containing both Yr 2 & 3 children, this allows us to all help and encourage each other.

We hope you enjoy our class page, we will try and keep it updated with our latest work so do please check in once in a while to see what we’ve been up to.

Our teacher is Mrs Cook-Paine (below left) 

Mrs Dunn is our TA (below right)

Weekly Timetable

Curious as to what an average Owls week looks like?

this timetable will alter from term to term but in essence this is how we spend our week in Owls class

As part of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations Owls have been making their very own crowns, these were proudly displayed at the recent Jubilee Tea.

Our Yr2. Owls have successfully completed their SATS.  We are extremely proud of everyone.

What better way to celebrate than with a lolly.

Owls have been making use of the school pool.  Each of the children showed off their water wings as we practiced front crawl with the help of the floats as pictured.

As we enter the final half term of the school year we plan to have a lot more time in the pool, lets hope the weather plays fair.

Owls were privileged to have one of our Governors Mr Anthony Wilkinson address them in science week.

Mr Wilkinson is a retired Vet whose expertise on animals helped us with our topic on predators, the props  he brought in to class really captured the imagination; a dogs jaw and an elephants tooth which helped to highlight the difference between carnivores and herbivores.

Science day in Owls class as we heralded the beginning of Science week.

Class had to create an animal that could survive on Mars. The children were tasked with explaining the features that allowed them to live on the red planet

Physical Education  time for Owls class.  Basketball is a great fast paced team sport, here we are practicing our dribbling and passing skills, great for hand-eye coordination and team work, which of course makes the dream work.

We are learning about team building skills and these photos are of us learning to cooperate with others for a common goal.

We started off in a class circle with linked hands trying to get the hoop all the way round without letting go and the hoop touching the ground so lots of encouragement needed and help from each other. The second lot of pictures are when we went into smaller groups and were trying to race each other to be the first group to finish.

History has been on the menu recently, specifically key figures from the past.  The school Ipads have been our research tools whilst we compile our reports.

Our Design & Technology project from last term involved taking old materials and turning them into something new.

Owls class were proud to help make up shoe boxes full of Christmas gifts for children less fortunate than themselves.

 Welcome to Our Celebration Wall – A Place to Show Our Achievements.