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Campion – Year 2

Spring Term 2 2018

Our new quest this half term is:

How can chocolate help

us explore the world?

 

Spring Term 1 2018

Our Quest this half term is:

What effect does weather have on our lives and our community?

 

LOCATING PLACES IN THE UK

Monitoring the weather

Monitoring the weather 1 completing our weather charts daily
Monitoring the weather 2 looking at the BBC weather website
Monitoring the weather 3 What is happening today in the south west
Monitoring the weather 4 Setting up our weather station
Monitoring the weather 5 We are monitoring the four main weather components
Monitoring the weather 6 Cloud coverage, precipitation, wind speed and temp

Weather poems

Weather poems 1
Weather poems 2
Weather poems 3
Weather poems 4
Weather poems 5
Today we have been sourcing adjectives to describe the weather for our own weather poems

We are weather reporters!

We are weather reporters! 1
We are weather reporters! 2
We are weather reporters! 3
We are weather reporters! 4
We are weather reporters! 5
We are weather reporters! 6
We are weather reporters! 7

Day 5 Using chalk to show our ideas for improving the MUGA

Day 5 Designing and making healthier food for the Christmas Party

Forest School

Forest School 1
Forest School 2

Day 4 Investigating, evaluating and exploring a range of hats.

Day 4 Design proposal for improving the school muga and outside space.

Designing and making a bed for Diesel

Day 1 - Who can build the highest tower?

What have we been up to recently?

What have we been up to recently? 1 Retelling the TIger Child in drama
What have we been up to recently? 2
What have we been up to recently? 3
What have we been up to recently? 4
What have we been up to recently? 5
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What have we been up to recently? 8
What have we been up to recently? 9 Have you seen these tigers?
What have we been up to recently? 10
What have we been up to recently? 11
What have we been up to recently? 12
What have we been up to recently? 13
What have we been up to recently? 14
What have we been up to recently? 15 Adding detail to our paintings
What have we been up to recently? 16 Art work inspired by Henri Rousseau's work.
What have we been up to recently? 17
What have we been up to recently? 18 A tiger in a storm
What have we been up to recently? 19
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What have we been up to recently? 22
What have we been up to recently? 23 Selecting from our art box
What have we been up to recently? 24 We are learning joga moves with Imo
What have we been up to recently? 25
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What have we been up to recently? 28
What have we been up to recently? 29 Creating a mandala
What have we been up to recently? 30
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What have we been up to recently? 32

This half-term brings a new research question;

‘How can we celebrate life in India?

It offers the children a good opportunity to become excellent researchers and independent enquirers as we try to find out about a very different part of the world. We are lucky to have a great collection of resources that staff members have brought back from study visits to India as well as the Sahi family who will give us first-hand knowledge of what it is really like to live in India!

Welcome back after October Half Term!

I hope everyone had a good rest. I am very excited to be back after maternity leave and will be joining Mrs Bushill, teaching Campion on Thursdays and Fridays. Please feel free to come and say hello to me, I am looking forward to getting to know all the children in Campion! smiley  Mrs Vidler

Welcome to champion Campion 2017/2018

Maths is fun!

Maths is fun! 1
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Spiced Apple Chutney                 

 

Ingredients

225g onions, chopped

900g apples cored and chopped

110g sultanas, raisins or chopped dates

15g ground coriander

15g paprika

15g mixed spice

15g salt

340g granulated sugar

425ml malt vinegar

 

Method

1. Put all the ingredients into a preserving pan.    Slowly bring to the boil

until the sugar has dissolved.

 

2. Simmer for 1½-2 hours, stirring from time to time to stop the chutney sticking to the pan.

 

3. When it is very thick the chutney is ready.

 

4. Put into jars, seal and cool.

 

5. Store in a cool, dark cupboard for two to three   months before eating.