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Elworth Hall Primary School

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Language

Autumn

Our topic in Autumn will be The Animal Kingdom. The children will be learning about different animals by identifying the similarities and differences between them. Take a look at our project plan for more information.

English

In English, we have been reading sentences linked to the story, The Owl Who is Afraid Of The Dark. We then had to categorise them into one of the following areas; what they eat, what they look like, what they do and where they live. 

We have been creating our own poppies inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe. Before we began, we discussed the art work that O’Keeffe created and how she painted nature in a way that showed how it made her feel.  Did you know that from the age of 12 years old, O’Keeffe wanted to be an artist. 

PHSE No Outsiders

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In PHSCE, we have been reading What the Jackdaw Saw by Julia Donaldson. This story inspired us to learn and understand more about sign language. We discussed the importance of learning to be able to communicate with everyone, regardless of their needs. We then learnt how to say different animals by signing and then we learnt to sign two Christmas songs. 

Reading

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Year 2 have been bringing in their favourite stories from home and sharing them with the class during story time. We love listening to each other read and share new and exciting stories!

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Maths

In maths we have been identifying patterns within number bonds to 10, 20 and 100. We then recorded number bonds within 10 and 20. We discussed how knowing our number bonds are important as they can help us with other areas of maths. 

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