This week we have been talking about bullying. We have focused on; how to be kind to others instead of bullying, internet safety, and how we are all different but we are united as a class and as part of the Collingwood family.
We all made odd socks to celebrate our differences and we had a class kindness board.
Bread making homework
For our homework we had a go at making bread just like Thomas Farriner would have done in his bakery during the time of the Great Fire of London.
Children in Need
2HB took part in activities on Friday 13th November to help celebrate and raise awareness of this year's BBC Children in Need Appeal.
We all had a go at the 'Act your age' challenge, completing 6/7 laps or sets of each activity. We had a go at running laps of the playground, star jumps, high knees, frog jumps, high kicks and jumping on the spot. We were all a bit worn out after.
Donations can be made electronically (please do NOT bring in money) : CLICK HERE to visit the CIN Just Giving Webpage.
This month we have been learning about the Great Fire of London. So far we have;
designed our own Tudor houses and created them out of cereal boxes. They look great!
created our own Great Fire of London art.
had a virtual visit from the Essex Fire and Rescue Education team to tell us about the Fire and talk about fire safety.
had a go at lining up and trying to pass the bucket along the line. We were racing to see if it was quicker for one person to run back and forth.
ordered the main events leading up to and during the great fire of London.
learnt a section of Samuel Peeps Diary by adding actions to help us remember.
This month we have also;
learnt about bonfire night. We talked about what happened, learnt a dance to the song 'Firework' by Katy Perry (we even became music video stars when the film crew filmed some of us dancing) and talked about fire safety.
We learnt a section of Samuel Peeps Diary by adding actions to help us remember the key parts.
Mrs Cross taught us a dance routine to the song 'Firework' by Katy Perry