Class Two Romans went to battle!

This week in History, Class Two learnt about why the Romans were so successful. We learnt about the different parts of protection the Roman soldier would wear, including the great, curved shield. The children went on to learn about the differences between the legionaries (soldiers from Rome) and the auxiliaries (soldiers from other countries who signed up to become a Roman soldier). The legionaries would have red shields, whilst the auxiliaries would have blue or black.

The soldiers would form solid, undefeatable formations to protect themselves from the barbarians, whilst also gaining land. Class Two headed to their groups to create their own shield, selecting whether they wanted to be an auxiliary or a legionary. This was then followed by a trip to the battle (play) ground where we re-enacted the Roman marching formations.

The children had a go at trying to keep in line without having anyone in front or behind them and found this difficult – gaps were forming and there was chances for the barbarians to shoot their arrows.

We then tested the tortoise formation and it was very successful!


Class Two Curriculum Information

Dear parents,

I thought I would send you a message to let you know that the curriculum information for the Autumn term is on the website. This includes a curriculum overview and separate English and maths plans. Please go to Learning at the top of the home page, click on Curriculum and scroll down to Class Two.

Thank you

Star of the Week

Wow what a great week full of brilliant stars! It was hard for the team to choose this week as so many have been trying really hard with their home learning. Well done everyone for your amazing effort and enthusiasm towards learning this week!

Nursery’s Star of the week is Ethan!

A message from Amy: My star of the week is Ethan for working so hard at home with hand writing and maths. Well done I am very proud of you!

Class One’s star of the week is Talia! 

A message from Mrs Tortoriello: My star of the week this week is for Talia.

Well done Talia for some super work, Talia is always so enthusiastic to tell me about all the fantastic things she has been doing at home. Talia has been busy this week getting crafty and been doing some super reading.
Well done what a super star ⭐
Class Two’s Star of the week is Luke!

A message from Mrs Waters: My star of the week is Luke.  Every week Luke has a fantastic attitude towards his learning and always does everything that is asked.  This week when I spoke to Luke I was very surprised when he spoke French.  I have enjoyed hearing about Luke’s learning and extra activities including his den building with Feddy.  Bravo Luke, continuez votre  bon travail en francais

Class 3’s Star of the Week is Beau !
A message from Mrs Green: My star of the week is Beau. For great perseverance and motivation for homeschooling. Well done Beau for setting goals and completing them. Keep up the hard work!