In year 2 we have been studying the book, The Great Paper Caper, in which a bear is suspected of chopping down trees in a forest. The animals launch an investigation and seal off the crime scene, take paw prints and interview witnesses. The bear eventually admits that he has been using the wood [...]
Click edit button to change this text. Year 2 have been problem solving with the help of numicon. Mrs Chaplin set the challenge: If Noah saw 12 legs climbing aboard his ark, how many different combinations of animals might he have seen? (ducks= 2 legs, cows= 4 legs, ant= 6 legs, spider= [...]
Last week the Infant children learnt about and celebrated Chinese New Year. They made traditional lanterns, found out about the different animal years and even did some Chinese dancing. 新年快乐!
Visitors to Waddesdon Manor this Christmas must look out for the Christmas Tree our Infant children designed and made. Our contribution to the seasonal decorations will be displayed on the stairs as you exit the Manor tour with an opportunity to vote for your favourite tree. No guesses which...
We began the morning listening to the story of Rama and Sita and finding out why Diwali is celebrated. Over the course of the day we all had a try at four different activities: Making coconut barfi sweets; Indian dancing; making clay diva lamps and exploring Hindu artefacts. At the end of the day everyone [...]
On Friday, our Infant children toured the lanes of Cuddington with their annual Spring songs and returned to school to perform their country dances, this year marking the Queen's birthday. Thankfully the weather was kind to us and great fun was had by all. Thank you to all the parents and local residents who supported [...]
Year 2 were cooking up delights this week when we made our very own Butterfly Cakes. Firstly, we used our knowledge of fractions to scale down the recipe. Then the weighing and mixing began! We worked in small teams and it wasn't long before the cakes were rising in the oven. Once they cooled we [...]