On Wednesday 17th November, Year 2 visited a local synagogue. We learnt about the special objects inside a synagogue, how to play a typical Jewish game and how to sing a Jewish song in Hebrew.
We have been investigating what plants need in order to survive. We planted some seeds and placed them in different conditions. Some had access to water and sunlight, some did not. We noticed that the plants with water and sunlight were healthy and thick. The ones without water and sunlight were pale, thin and very unhealthy.
Year 2G went on their first school trip, on Tuesday 5th October. We were very excited to travel on a coach with our friends all the way to Linford Lakes. When we arrived we went on a mini-beast hunt where we managed to find a sleeping newt under a log. After that, we went pond dipping and we discovered lots of creatures which live in ponds; we used a magnifying glass to identify them. Before having our picnic lunch, we walked in the woods and spotted some other habitats, including woodlands, hedgerows and grasslands. In the grasslands habitat, we found a jumping frog.