Halton Holegate C of E Primary School

Learning and flourishing together within the love of God.

Halton Holegate C of E Primary School,
Station Road,
Halton Holegate,
Spilsby,
Lincolnshire
PE235PB

enquiries@haltonholegate.lincs.sch.uk

01790 752575

Class 2

Hello and welcome to Class 2.

In our class, we have the wonderful children from Year 3 and Year 4. Miss Markham is our class teacher and Mrs Kirk is our teaching assistant. 

We are very excited about the year ahead as there are lots of great topics, fun learning and special experiences to be had. 

On a Thursday morning, we have PE. Children must remember their PE kits every Thursday. This term, the children will be going swimming on a Tuesday morning. Multiplication tables homework will be given out on a Friday and tested the following Thursday. Spellings will be given out on a Tuesday and tested the following Tuesday. The children will be expected to complete additional fun homework projects every 2 weeks. 

Come and check our page regularly to see our school day adventures. 

 

Click the following link to have a look at our Class Scratch page. We are learning how to design games and short programmes. 

You can do this at home via: https://scratch.mit.edu/

 

·     Viking longboat research links: 

https://www.ducksters.com/history/middle_ages_vikings.php

 

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/clips/zgmxpv4

 

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/zw3qmp3

 

http://www.hurstwic.org/history/articles/manufacturing/text/norse_ships.htm

 

 

 

 

 

May 2019 The children have been enjoying Healthy Lifestyles with JBSports on a Friday afternoon. Class 2 have been learning about the body and making better choices. Here they are updating their balancing skills.

Thursday 2nd May 2019 - Anglo Saxon settlements 

As part of their Traders and Raiders topic, Class 2 have created an Anglo Saxon village. They worked hard in their teams to create models of Anglo Saxon huts.

May 1st 2019 - The Holy Communion  

In RE, Class 2 have been learning about the importance of the Holy Communion to Christians. Here we are reenacting the Last Supper drinking wine (blackcurrant!) and eating bread.

May 1st 2019 Class 2 children entertain the residents at the Old Hall Halton Holegate  with their Maypole dancing.

Monday 29th April 2019 

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: DRAGON SIGHTED ON SCHOOL'S CCTV

Monday 29th April 2019

Breaking News, as the children enter school!

What has happened in the playground, more evidence was found in the library what had left a huge egg was it real would it hatch were some of the investigated journalists  questions. Scratch marks in the infant playground and many other strange things seemed to have happened evidence had been found. The Class 2 children questioned local governor Mr G Cole who had come in to try and help solve the mysteries.

24/04/2019 

 

Viking WOW Day 

This afternoon, Class 2 reenacted a Viking feast. We enjoyed the Viking flatbread we baked this morning and tried goats cheese and apples - just like the Vikings would have done! Then, we had a competition to see who could create the best Viking long ship using only paper. We even tested them to see which would float. 

24/04/2019

Class 2 have had such a brilliant Viking WOW day to launch us into our exciting new topic! This morning, we made Viking helmets, Viking brooches, carved our names using runic inscriptions into clay, painted and made a collage of Viking long ships, carved amber beads out of soap and baked Viking flat bread.

 

2/4/2019 Eleven children went up to the Old Hall, Halton Holegate, for instruction on May Pole Dancing by JBSports.

Early in the new term the children will be performing to the residents and school.

Class 2 doing a wonderful job in their potions class assembly this morning. We hope you all enjoyed hearing about our learning!

We have been grocery shopping in Maths today! Combining different coins to total different amounts of money.

Today, Class 2 have been learning all about the water cycle. We made our own water cycles in zip-lock bags. The water will evaporate and try and escape from the bag. The zip will stop it and it will form water droplets. This represents water evaporating, condensating and precipitating in the water cycle. We are excited to see our water cycles come to life! 

This week, Class 2 tasted Bertie Bott's every flavoured jelly beans and then wrote persuasive adverts selling them. Some of them tasted delicious and some of them not so delicious! We invited Mr Leeman to try some too. Can you guess if we liked them from our reactions?

19th March 2019 Children from class 2 went to take part in the JBsports Hockey Tournament at Horncastle. There was excellent reffing from QWEGs young sports leaders and Halton came a respectable second. Well done Team! 

We enjoyed a potions filled science afternoon to celebrate British Science week! 

Happy World Book Day!

This week, we have been learning how to calculate fractions of amounts. Here we are calculating the fraction of different colours in a tube of smarties!

We hope Class 2 had a wonderful half term. We have been learning about how materials can change state, this afternoon. Here we are investigating which temperature is best to melt chocolate from a solid into a liquid.

We have received some wonderful homework projects for our potions topic. Here are just a few! 

 Some of Class 2’s amazing dragon eye artwork

Some of the Class 2 children making fractions number lines in Maths. 

 

Continuing with our work on fractions, some of the Class 2 children finding half of different quantities in maths. 

In Science, we have been learning about the properties of gases. We found out that the bubbles in fizzy drinks is made out of carbon dioxide. Next, we investigated which drink was the fizziest. 

Last week, Class 2 completed several pieces of artwork based on dragon’s eyes. Here we are making our designs out of clay. 

Our team at the Dodgeball tournament on the 29th January ⛹

 

Viscosity of liquids 

Class 2 investigating the viscosity of liquids in Science. We dropped marbles into cups of different liquids and timed how long it took for the marble to travel through them. We found that chocolate spread was the most viscous and water was the least!

 Fractions 

 

For our first lesson on fractions, we divided cupcakes into halves, quarters, thirds and sixths! We got to eat them afterwards. They were delicious!

The Sorting Hat

Class 2 have received a very special letter inviting them to study at Hogwarts! Today, we held a Sorting Hat ceremony where we were all sorted into houses! We will be writing adventure stories about this in a English. We are excited to see which house will earn the most house points by then end of the week!

States of matter 

Investigating if custard is a liquid in Science. 

Making Potions!
Today, Class 2 made their own fizzing potions! They exploded everywhere! We thought about what magical powers they might have and wrote instructions about how to make them.

 

Magic Maths


Class 2 have been learning how to measure in cm, mm and meters this week. Today, we measured the length of the playground and some other items around school. It was lots of fun. 

Are all liquids runny?

As part of our potions topic, Class 2 have been investigating how runny some liquids are compared to others. Luckily, we were very sensible and didn't get too messy!

 

Magic Wands 

After being inspired on our trip to Warner Brothers Studios we created our own magic wands! We used the glue gun, beads and paint to make them. We even made posters advertising them to persuade others to buy them. Here we are using them to cast some spells!

It's all about sound in science this term and on the 3rd December we made telephones.

Wow Day 1066 Children made swords, axes and shields which were very useful for the reenactment in the afternoon.

New Topic 1066 

Excitement in the first week as Class 2 children make catapults, that would be taken in to battle field to defeat the enemy. Then in science our investigation was which sweet would be catapulted the furthest and which sweet would make the wall fall down, out of Marshmallows, toffees, Smarties, Skittles, Dolly Mixtures and Haribos?

Can you make a circuit out of play dough? 

For our last electricity investigation, Class 2 made circuits out of play dough! We found that certain types of play dough can actually conduct electricity. 

Where has Cruella taken the puppies? 

Evil villain Cruella De Vil has stolen the 101 dalmatian puppies! The children in Class 2 have been using an atlas to find the locations she has taken them to and track the puppies down.

Armed Forces Day

On Armed Forces day, Class 2 created their own special medals for special achievements such as kindness and courage. We made them out of clay, painted them with metallic paints and added a ribbon.

Archery 

This term, Class 2 have been practising their archery skills. We will be as good as Robin Hood soon!

British Values Week - Democracy 

As part of British Values week, Class 2 have been learning about democracy and how in Britain we have equal rights and the right to choose how we are treated. We had a very interesting class debate & vote about whether games (like Minecraft) should be banned, as some people believe they are not educational. The children had some very strong opinions on this. Here we are in action!

Wonderful Homework 

The children in Class 2 have been producing some absolutely wonderful homework projects for our Heroes & Villains topic. Here are just a few of our marvelous creations.

Monday 25th September 

Today, Class 2 have been playing Maths games. We practised finding 1, 10, 100 & 1000 more and less than lots of numbers. Some of used the Maths equipment to help us with our calculations. We had lots of fun!

Monday 17th September 

 

In our DT lesson, we have been creating Robin Hood arrows! After, we wrote instructions based on how to make them. We included lots of imperative verbs and time conjunctions. Be sure to ask us about them. 

 

 

Wednesday 5th September 

 

This week, Class 2 ventured to Sherwood Forest to learn about the life of the legendary Robin Hood. We walked through the magical woods, listened to myths and legends and even acted some of the stories out ourselves. We have some fantastic actors and actresses!  In the afternoon, we built shelters out of natural materials. Take a look at our magnificent creations below.