We are a Year 2 class taught by Mrs Pamplin-Barnard who is also the Deputy Headteacher. Mrs Phillips is our Teaching Assistant (Higher Level) and Mrs Smith supervises us at lunchtime.
We hope you are able to follow our progress by visiting our pages regularly.
This term we are thinking about our body and how it works. We set up our own hospital surgery and even have our own full size skeleton!
In literacy, we learned the story of 'Funny Bones' off by heart, invented our own bone stories and wrote poems linked to our senses focusing on capital letters, question marks and full stops.
We are adding and subtracting numbers on a 100 square and number lines in numeracy and have also been learning how to use the 'column method'. We are measuring length, mass (weight) and capacity linked to the body and health and plotting our findings on graphs.
Last term, St Ives Infant School celebrated it's 50th Anniversary! The school was opened by Prime Minister Harold Wilson on 29th October 1966 so we did lots of thinking about what life would have been like at school for us back then...
On 4th November, we came to lessons dressed in 1960s clothes. In the afternoon, the whole school went on parade around the town. We made special banners and stopped at various locations to perform the songs we had been busy learning especially for the day - Puff The Magic Dragon, Morningtown Ride and Yellow Submarine!
Click on the topic link below to see what else we did last term...

Mrs Pamplin-Barnard


Mrs Phillips

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Mrs Smith

Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant

We are keen to promote home reading and have attached a couple of links we hope you will find useful...