Snydale Road, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S72 8JR
Grow Achieve Shine
Our class identity is based on the author of Winnie the Pooh, A.A. Milne.
A.A. Milne's tales of Winnie the Pooh were stories which he told his son Christopher Robin and were based on Christopher Robin's own toys.
Our class teachers are Mrs Harris and Mrs Bailey and we are also lucky enough to have support from Mrs Bull and Miss Morrall.
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Monday 26th June 2017
We started sports week off with a fantastic Zumba class. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Look at us move!
15th June 2017
In maths this week we have been learning about Position and Direction. Here are photographs of us giving directions to a friend.
Tuesday 14th March 2017
Congratulations to the members of Milne class who competed in the Year 2 Multi-Skills competition. Churchfield teams were placed 1st, 2nd and 4th. What an amazing result!
Wednesday 1st March 2017
To start the new half term, Milne class have been writing instructions.
Firstly, we wrote instructions about how to make an explorer a sandwich to take on expeditions. We then made bread following a recipe and wrote instructions about how we make the bread dough. It was messy business indeed!
This week we have written instructions of how to make a nurses uniform. We have started sewing some based on our own designs and using our own templates. It is very tricky and may take us a few weeks to finish them, but we are working hard and can't wait to show them off!
We have been designing a nurses uniform. To test our design we made a template and then used the template to create a 'mock up' of our design for a paper doll.
We have settled into our new classroom well, learning new routines and working really hard. We have been following our classroom rules which we chose ourselves during transition week. We have done some amazing writing, and artwork based on our topic 'People who help us'. We have been thinking about people in our own lives and the emergency services. We have also been learning about number sequences and solving different problems using these number sequences.
Children were very excited to meet Florence Nightingale this week. She told children all about her life and shared artefacts from the Victorian period. Children had the opportunity to dress in Victorian clothes, explore artefacts, explore pictures and games.
We had a fabulous afternoon learning lots about Victorian nursing, the Crimean War and Florence Nightingale.