We put on some relaxing music and practise our watercolour painting techniques. Here are just some of the amazing pieces of art created today! Have a great weekend.
This week in Maths, the children have been choosing their own units of measurement and finding the lengths/widths of different objects. They had great fun comparing their own heights and worked well together in pairs.
We had a wonderful time ‘on tour’ on Saturday June 4th, singing at the Jubilee Fete in the Exwick Parish Hall. The children turned out in force to delight their audience with a rendition of the National Anthem and ‘It’s Our Dear Old Queen’…. a unique song for EHPS with lyrics written specially for the occasion! Thanks to all of you for coming and singing so enthusiastically and to the parents for bringing you along in half term and supporting just as enthusiastically! How wonderful to be able to involve the children in live music again after so long! Here’s to many more community events, concerts and sing-alongs now we can gather in one place and sing altogether again.
We have had a super day celebrating the Queen and her Jubilee. We have designed and made crowns, sung the National Anthem and enjoyed lots of fun on the field.
We hope you have a great half term. Fingers crossed for fine weather!
We have had a lovely morning, learning more about the queen, designing our own commemorative plates, putting up our bunting and having a go at some English Country Dancing. We are sure the Queen herself would have enjoyed it all!
Year 2 have been learning two songs to help us celebrate the jubilee. We hope you enjoy our performance!
A big thankyou to everyone who sent in their portraits. They were all amazing and showed great artistic flair! We have loved sharing your work and here are just a few examples. We really are a talented bunch at Exwick Heights. These would definitely get the royal seal of approval! Well done everyone and have a fab half term.
We had a great time today dressing up for digits and enjoying lots of number themed activities. These included playing the game ’21’ in a circle (great fun on a long car journey!), running number races, trying to turn ourselves into different digits by using our bodies, playing maths board games and talking about how and why numbers are important. Well done everyone!
We’ve had a busy few weeks in Year 2…..learning all about 2D and 3D shapes, writing our own version of Angelica Sprocket’s Pocket, exploring the Easter Story, learning to play the Ukulele and designing and making our own pockets! We would like to wish you all a very happy holiday!
Here is a short presentation about the SATS assessments which will be taking place in May. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to see your child’s class teacher.
Have a lovely Easter break.