Welcome to Year 2!
Science Skills in Action
Today in Science, the children enjoyed handling a frozen hand! As wonderful scientists they observed and recorded so many interesting things.
"The hand is melting because our hands are so warm." Kaylum
"The fingers are melting quicker than the hand. I think this is because they are smaller." Oliver
"There are fine lines and cracks in the ice." Dylan
"The ice is transparent, but there are opaque bits inside." Lola
"It's all wet!" Callum
"It gets slipper the more it melts." Naomi
Since starring in the 2018 Nativity performance, Hey Ewe!, the children in Year 2 have been busy getting creative. They have: followed instructions to make christingles; made Christmas elf decorations; designed their Christmas party plates and designed and made houses for the elves.
Please enjoy the photographs below which show how much fun the children had during these sessions, and what fantastic teamwork they showed in the process.
Well done to all the children involved in the Nativity production, Hey Ewe! this year. We clearly have some budding superstars at BDS!
Here are some pictures taken on Friday’s performance.
Today the children became historians as they went on a Victorian trail around Southport town centre. They searched for examples of ornate and symmetrical Victorian architecture on Lord Street and enjoyed a brisk walk along the pier.
At the end of the trip, the children had an ice cream from Triviso Southport Whippy van. After the children had all been served, the ice cream salesperson offered to donate the funds to charity.
Thank you Triviso!
In Science we have been talking about different materials and categorising them. During this time, the children couldn't decide if leaves were waterproof or absorbent.
Here are some pictures of some children working collaboratively to plan an investigation to find out whether leaves are waterproof or not.
The children had a great time learning to ride or perfecting their existing riding skills.
Many lessons were learnt today, and super qualities demonstrated, including; resilience, courage, friendship, teamwork, listening skills and respect.
Well done Year 2 for a fabulous job, well done!
Maths - Understanding Place Value
The children have been working collaboratively to demonstrate their understanding of tens and ones, using a range of concrete apparatus.
Collective Worship - A Rainbow Prayer
The children took a Skittle and said a prayer of thanks to God for something, or someone wonderful in their lives. They then placed their prayers on the plate and watched them merge together.