Y2 West of England

Updates

  • Grey Island Red Boat Character Differences

    Our Year 2 Gladiators did a fantastic job of highlighting some of the language used by the author to show the difference between the characters of the King and Princess Opal.

    Comments

    Sam Keeley
    Sam Keeley 30th Nov 2017, 12:22pm
    Excellent work Filton Avenue. This really shows the difference in their characters. I wonder why the king is so angry all the time...
  • Princess Opal meets Wendell

    We looked at the silhouette picture and created our own versions.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 24th Nov 2017, 6:10pm
    This is a very expressive photograph. We can tell exactly what the characters are feeling. Well done everyone.
  • Grey Island Red Boat Captions

    We looked at the silhouette illustrations and imagined what the fisherman, Wendell and Princess Wendell might be thinking…. A great book – it’s really fired our imaginations!! We had a real debate as to whether the king would be liked or continue to be feared and disliked after Wendell had changed him into bright colours.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 24th Nov 2017, 6:08pm
    Hello Oasis Connaught Gladiators! Thank you for sharing your super work. Did you think the king in Moon Dragons and in Grey Island, Red Boat were similar to each other?
  • Hot seating Alina!

    Year 2 Reading Gladiators were fascinated by the character of Alina. Here, the children were asking Alina some interesting and thought-provoking questions.

    Comments

    Lydia Trapnell 16th Nov 2017, 4:03pm
    Great idea! They look very engaged!
    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 17th Nov 2017, 11:14pm
    You look as though you are getting into character. I wonder if you think Alina did the right thing?
  • Moon Dragons at Filton Avenue

    Over the past few weeks, Year 2 have really enjoyed reading The Moon Dragons!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 17th Nov 2017, 11:17pm
    Hi Filton Avenue Gladiators. Lovely to see you all with you copies of Moon Dragons. I hope you enjoy the next book too.
  • 2017 – 2018 Challenges

    The 2016- 17 challenges are now completed and we currently enrolling schools for the 2017 -18 challenges. Why not join us?