As always, the summer term in Year Two is the busiest of them all! The children have enjoyed their Victorians project and finding out about what life was like in the past. The Tardis appeared mysteriously several times to send artefacts about Victorian homes, wash day and schools in Vicotiran times. This, alongside our visit to the Search Museum in Gosport, and our Victorian School Day have enabled us to experience first hand what it would have been like to be a person who was alive in Victorian times.
We have also spent a lot of time doing science in the past few weeks. We explored materials and built strong bridges out of newspaper so the goats could cross without annoying the Troll! Additionally we have been learning about health and how to have a good diet, exercise and how to use hygiene to protect ourselves from becoming poorly. Before the end of the summer term we also did a mini project on keeping healthy where we found out about drugs and medicines, healthy eating and how to keep safe
Most of our learning has been about showing just how much we have learned while we have been at Bidbury Infant School. For example, we have used ICT to take pictures, type up and present our work in interesting ways, used the internet to find out about Victorians, and used search engines to find songs and rhymes to help us with our number facts.
And finally we prepare to send them on to their next chapter after a final performance to us all. We are about to plan our leavers’ assembly which will combine singing, dancing, performances of our favourite songs and much much more so come along if you can.