Y2 North of England

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  • Don’t Cross the Line

    Year 2 have talked to their adults at home about rules. Super thoughts.

    Comments

    Sam Keeley
    Sam Keeley 15th May 2018, 8:49pm
    I think we could all learn something from your rules Year Two!
  • Don’t Cross the Line!

    We have had lots of fun designing posters with our own rules – some of them would be very difficult to follow!

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    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 10th May 2018, 11:52pm
    Hello St Mary's Hawkshaw. Lovely to see you with your posters. Did you cross the line, I wonder?
    Sarah Marfell 11th May 2018, 10:21am
    The boys in our group said they would definitely cross the line to get the football back!
  • Don’t Cross the Line

    We really enjoyed getting into this book. Here we are writing in speech bubbles about what one of the characters might say next.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 26th Apr 2018, 5:07pm
    There are so many gaps to fill with this book. Lots to think and talk about.
  • Signs

    St J St B Gladiators looked around school to see which other signs we could find. We talked about how we know what we should or shouldn’t do. We can’t wait to see what the next book is all about!

    Comments

    Sam Keeley
    Sam Keeley 18th Apr 2018, 9:41am
    Excellent spotting of signs!
  • Would you cross the line?

    At SJSB, we discussed where we see caution signs and have been busy thinking what our next book could be called…

    Comments

    Sam Keeley
    Sam Keeley 18th Apr 2018, 9:40am
    Did anyone cross the line?
  • The Secret Railway

    Our Year 2 Gladiators are totally absorbed in the adventures that take place in this story! We are loving the magic and surprises around every corner!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 4th Apr 2018, 1:25pm
    Hello St Mary's Hawkshaw. Lovely to hear from you and to see you enjoying this book. Hope you are enjoying an Easter break too.
  • Believe and achieve as Gladiators!

    We have been thinking about following your dreams like Ossiri and how you can achieve anything if you believe in yourself.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 28th Jan 2018, 10:24pm
    Keep believing St Mary's Hawkshaw. We love the colourful letters on your wall.
  • We love the Bala Mengro…

    …although we are pretty sure he ate the stranger!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 25th Jan 2018, 10:07pm
    Hello everyone! You are very ogre-like in this picture but I know you are all lovely really. I enjoyed visiting you. I hope you like the next book.
    Jessica Leng 26th Jan 2018, 11:19am
    We think he ate him too.
  • Making instruments

    We enjoyed making instruments out of recycled materials. Ready to compose our music tomorrow.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 25th Jan 2018, 4:19pm
    That looks like a lot of fun. What sorts of sounds can you make with your instruments?
    Jessica Leng 26th Jan 2018, 11:22am
    We made loud sounds, quiet sounds and peaceful sounds.
    Claudia Cotton 30th Jan 2018, 8:56pm
    We are designing instruments by collecting unwanted or used objects from our homes. We can't wait to share with you what we make.
  • Sharing Our Dreams

    Fairfield Gladiators enjoyed sharing their dreams in our session today. They also found it interesting to discover what their family members dreams were when they were younger.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 22nd Jan 2018, 6:40pm
    I expect you had a very interesting discussion with people at home. Hold onto your dreams Fairfield Gladiators.
    Jessica Leng 26th Jan 2018, 11:27am
    My dad's dream was to be an astronaut but it didn’t come true.
    Claudia Cotton 30th Jan 2018, 8:52pm
    We have just discussed our dreams at Whitefield today. Many of us discussed how we would like to be teachers as well as artists and piano players.
  • The Ogre

    In the middle we thought about what Ossirri thought about the Ogre before she met him. On the outside of the outline we thought about what Ossirri thought about the Ogre after she met him. We compared the collections of words.

  • Emily’s Dragon

    Emily’s Dragon makes people fall in love

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 17th Jan 2018, 1:56pm
    Hello Emily What a super dragon. I enjoyed reading your class book today. Lots of lovely dragons for me to look at.
    Jessica Leng 19th Jan 2018, 10:40am
    Very good dragon. I hope you make more. Keep it up. From The Holcombe Brook Gladiators.
    Lisa Toal 22nd Jan 2018, 4:16pm
    You have made a great dragon that I am sure will inspire many people. From Sedgley Park Bury Reading Gladiators.
    Lisa Toal 22nd Jan 2018, 4:17pm
    You have made a great dragon. We are sure it will inspire other people! From the Y4 Sedgley Park Reading Gladiators.
  • Thinking about the orge

    We read the description of the orge from the farmer’s daughter. We drew what we thought he looked like and what we know about him at the moment. We thought about things we could infer from this description too.

    Comments

    Sam Keeley
    Sam Keeley 12th Jan 2018, 10:34am
    Wonderful to see you working collaboratively and sharing your ideas.
    Jessica Leng 19th Jan 2018, 10:41am
    Thanks for your comment Sam. From The Holcombe Brook Gladiators.
  • A poster to persuade people to like snakes.

    We used pic collage to create posters.

  • Poster to persuade people to like snakes

    We used pic collage to make posters.

  • Persuading people to like snakes

    We used pic collage to create posters.

  • Poster to persuade people to like snakes

    We used pic collage to create a poster.

  • We ‘do’ like snakes…so far!

    Here are SJSB Gladiators trying out the different ways snakes move. We had to guess which method our partner had chosen!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 9th Dec 2017, 2:52pm
    Haha - a clever play on the title St Joseph and St Bede. I will be seeing Nicola Davies this week and will be sure to tell her about your super work.
  • Grey Island Red Boat Puppets

    For our homework challenge we made puppets for the two main characters. We enjoyed sharing them today before we began our new book.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 30th Nov 2017, 7:04pm
    Lovely puppets and super smiles. It looks as though you have a lot of fun in your Gladiator group.
    Jessica Leng 19th Jan 2018, 10:42am
    We love your puppets. They are fantastic. Lola from Holcombe Brook.
  • Thankyou!

    After updating the Reading Gladiator website with our ideas and work, we were so lucky to win new books for our school worth £100. Thankyou! We have already read two of them as our end of the day story!