Welcome to Mole Class!

I am Mrs Scott the Moles' class teacher and I am supported by my wonderful TA Mrs Smith.

Please keep checking this page, along with the notice board outside the Year 2 classrooms for any updates.
We are looking forward to a fantastic year filled with lots of fun experiences.

If you were unable to attend the Meet the teacher meeting you can click here to open the power point.

Here are the end of year expectations for Year 2.

Here are some great websites to help with your learning:

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.oxfordowl.co.uk

Mr Thorne does phonics – You Tube



Thank you, 

Mrs Scott.

Animal Escapes from Longleat Zoo!

Autumn Term 1

On Tuesday 10th September an animal escaped from Longleat Zoo. It was last sighted roaming the streets of Durrington before entering the school grounds. An article in the Salisbury Journal provided some vital facts for the children to look into. Mole Class became detectives as we scoured the grounds looking for clues. The children found fact cards, animal poo, half eaten fruit and hay scattered from one end of the school to the other. After gathering all the facts the children managed to work out the identity of the missing animal; an African elephant! Luckily Mrs Bingley had also been looking and had found CCTV images of the elephant in the school pirate ship. The elephant was safely returned to the Zoo.

Mole Mathematicians at Work!

Autumn Term 1

Mole class have been working extremely hard this week in their maths lessons. They have been looking at how to partition two digit numbers into tens and ones. We then moved on to drawing out our dienes before challenging ourselves to write the number sentences for each number. Mrs Scott was so amazed at how many numbers we could partition. We cannot wait for maths next week!


Our Wonderful Bodies

Autumn Term 1

As part of our topic "Animals including Humans" we have been learning about the human body. We worked in teams to draw around someone and then label our body. We talked about our organs, bones, muscles and what amazing things our body is able to do.

Our Five Senses

Autumn Term 1

We have been exploring our senses in Science over the last two weeks. This week we tried and tested different foods, instruments and smells to see what we did and did not like. We loved the smell of curry powder but we didn’t like vinegar. Some of us loved the taste of a picked onion however, lots of us found it too sour! It made us squint.

Forest School!

Autumn Term 1

During forest school we looked at Meerkats. We drew our own meerkats and used water colours to paint them.



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