Main Road, Crick, Northampton, NN6 7TU

01788822633

bursar@crick.northants-ecl.gov.uk

Mrs Faupel and Mrs Henderson are the class teachers.

Ms Herrington is the teaching assistant. 

Things to Note:

  • Spellings will be issued and tested on a Friday. 
  • Reading books will be changed whenever necessary
  • PE will take place on Tuesday and Friday. (Please ensure your child has an indoor and outdoor PE kit) 
  • Homework from the 'menu' is due as and when children have completed a piece. 

Please click here for some reading question prompts to help question your child as they read to you and you read to them. 

Autumn 2 2019

THIS HALF TERM OUR TOPIC IS...

Paws, Claws and Whiskers!

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Dates for the Diary:

Tuesday 5th November: WOW day! An introduction to this terms topic. Children are welcome to dress up as an animal of their choice for the day.
Thursday 7th November: Outdoor classroom day. Fun taking our learning outdoors.
Tuesday 12th November: Odd socks day for anti-bullying week.
Friday 15th November: Children in Need. Wear your pyjamas!
Friday 22nd November: Middle Wow- Wild Science visiting school. A letter has been sent out. Please let us know if this has not been received.
Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th December: KS1 and Reception Christmas afternoon performances. Details to follow. 
Friday 20th December: Christingle and School closes.  

WILD SCIENCE!

Look at all the amazing animals we got to meet! The children were super brave, touching and holding a tarantula, a snake, a tree frog and a rabbit. We learnt loads about all the different animals as well.

Autumn 1

This half term our topic is... 

Chugging Along!

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We were delighted to have the Canal River Trust visit us. They explained how canals were built and helped us build a model of a canal. They also did a water safety quiz to help stay safe around the canal. 

We designed our own canal-art plates. Then we made them out of clay and painted our designs on. They look great - but don't put them in the dishwasher! 

To start our topic with a WOW, we went for a walk around Crick. Ms Herrington told us all about how the village has changed over the years. 

2018-2019

Summer 1

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This half term our topic is... 

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Millennium Woods

To finish our topic we headed to the woods to make dens and find minibeasts. We had great fun! 

Spring 2

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This half term our topic is... Julia Jarman

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Science Investigation

In science, we carried out an investigation to see which materials are waterproof. This was linked to our learning on one of Julia Jarman's stories called the Big Red Bath. We predicted and then had a discussion about how we should carry out the investigation. We decided to hold up the materials, pour water onto them and see if water dripped through. We then decided that we needed to keep this a fair test so we measured out a quarter of a cup to pour n the materials. 

Spring 1

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This half term our topic is... the great, the bold and the brave!

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To kick start our topic off we headed off on our own expedition to Jubilee Woods. We draw maps with our observations on them and then played a game using compass points. 

Autumn 2

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This half term our topic is... 

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We have been learning about adjectives and nouns. We came up with some fantastic noun phrases together before putting them into descriptive sentences;

We have been measuring;

Autumn 1

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This half term our topic is... Once upon a time...

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To finish off our learning about Fairy tales, we looked at the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. We had a go at retelling the story using Stop, Start animation. We also tested different materials to find out what would make the best bridge. The children had some interesting and impressive approaches to this task and created some great bridges.

 

We have had a crime happen in the Year 2 corridor. We have been investigated who has been causing such a mess. we have been recordidng our findings by writing newspaper reports. These are our suspects;

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