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Year Two - Orange Tree Class

Welcome to our fantastic class blog, please make sure to check in regularly to find out all about or class adventures!

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  • Drop Down Day in the park!

    Published 08/07/21, by Hafsa Qutub

    Year Two have been discovering the Principle of Interdependence. We enjoyed our Drop Down Day in the park where we discovered how we need fresh air from the trees and the trees need carbon dioxide from us to survive. We are interdependent!

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  • Stunning Start: diverse homes!

    Published 23/06/21, by Hafsa Qutub

    We have been learning about the Principle of Diversity in Harmony.

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  • Bees are Brilliant

    Published 28/05/21, by Hafsa Qutub

    Our Harmony principle this half-term was Interdependence. We learnt that all life is interdependent and that flowers are dependent on bees to pollinate while bees are dependent on flowers to make their honey. We also learnt how hardworking bees are!

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    Published 25/05/21, by Hafsa Qutub

    Year Two have been learning about different types of puppets in D.T.  We now know the difference between shadow puppets, marionette and hand puppets. We have learnt how to cut, stitch and design our puppets.

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  • PSCHE - Learning about Money!

    Published 24/03/21, by Zaheera Navlakhi
    In PSCHE year two have been learning about earning and managing money!
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  • Arabic Learning Adventure in yr2

    Published 23/03/21, by Mevludin Sahinovic

    Assalamu alaykum,

    Our Arabic curriculum is very unique as we develop it in school. We continuously improve our resources hence you will not be able to find a similar one elsewhere.  

    The Arabic Learning Adventure poster is an overview of yearly topics (curriculum) we teach in Reception class. It contains teaching slide samples we use in class. We hope you will find this helpful in understanding what is being taught in class and also hope it will help you prompt children to tell you more about what is being taught in class.

    Barakallahu feekumn

    Arabic department


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