Welcome to Year 2, 3 & 4's class page
Our teacher is Miss Willett and our Teaching Assistant is Miss Hetherington.
P.E is every Monday afternoon. However, the children should have their kit everyday so that we can be flexible with our timetable. Children who do not bring their kit will have to sit out of the P.E session, and I will inform parents at the end of the day if this has happened.
Bury Rangers is every Wednesday afternoon. Please make sure the children have their forest kit and suitable coats and welly boots/walking boots.
Spellings are every Friday. We have a quiz based on the spellings given the previous Friday, and new spellings will be given. Please make sure they practise these throughout the week in their red spelling books.
The children have a yellow reading record where their reading must be logged everyday. This can be logged with a comment or just a signature.
This term's learning
Whole School topic: Bury 175 years
This year marks 175 years since the beginning of Bury School in 1844. As a whole school we will be learning about what life was like back in the Victorian times and what school would have been like for the children who came here. The children will also take part in making a commemorative tile that will be used as part of a larger art display.
History - Stone Age to Iron Age Britain
We are learning about what life was like for the early humans during the stone age, and how life changed at the discovery of bronze, then later, iron.
Science - Investigations
The children will be learning about the scientific process of carrying out investigations including writing methods, hypotheses, conclusions and data collection.
P.E - Tennis
This half term in PE we are learning the skills and rules of tennis.
R.E - Christianity
We are learning about the key beliefs of the Christian religion. See our Knowledge organise for more details on what we will learn.
This year Sparrowhawks class (along with Miss Willett and Mr Gatrell) will be starting a new adventure. As a class we will be keeping bees on the schools grounds, learning how to handle the hives and frames, inspecting them for disease and signs of brood, and harvesting the honey in the autumn.