WELCOME TO CLASS 2'S PAGE!
Mrs Huntingford & Mrs Westmoreland
Autumn Term 2019
Welcome back Class 2 to a brand new school year. I hope you have all had a fun and restful summer. I can't wait to hear what you've been up to and I am really looking forward to working with you all this year.
To kick off the new academic year, we have a brilliant new topic...
We are going to be finding out all about ourselves - what makes us different, how our bodies work, how to stay healthy, what we look like, why we are all so wonderful and we will also be having a go at creating our very own self-portraits.
This term we also have the opportunity to discover more about our local area and where we live.
It would be fantastic if you, your parents or other members of your family know any interesting facts about Kinoulton and the surrounding villages or have any old photographs you are able to bring in and share with us. We would love to see how our local area has changed (or perhaps stayed the same) over time.
Have a go at this game to learn more about our skeleton and the different jobs our bones do.
Can you put Annie back together again?
In October, Hindus will be celebrating Diwali.
Watch this short video to find out more about the celebration of Diwali.
During the celebration of Diwali, children get involved in lots of different arts and crafts.
Click on the picture below to print off some lovely Diwali colouring pages. Also have a look at some of the different Diwali crafts you could create at home.
Please bring in anything you make so I can show it off to the rest of the class!
This term I am recommending the following books for you to read. If you read any, please come and tell me what you thought.
*Cinnamon - Neil Gaiman
*I Can Only Draw Worms - Will Mabbit
*The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Eric Carle
*A Bear Called Paddington - Michael Bond
*A Lion in the Meadow - Margaret Mahy
*Don't Look in This Book - Samuel Langley-Swain
*The Legend of Spud Murphy - Eoin Colfer
*The Owl and The Pussycat - Edward Lear
*Voices in the Park - Anthony Brown
*The Ugly Duckling - Hans Christian Anderson