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2E - Browne Class

Welcome to 2E 

 

Teacher: Miss Ergal 

   Teaching assistant: Nimisha Khetani

 

Our class name this year is after the famous British author and illustrator - Anthony Browne.

Anthony Browne is a British writer and illustrator of children's picture books. He has written some famous books such as ‘Gorilla’, ‘Voices in the Park’, and ‘The Tunnel’. Browne won two Kate Greenaway Medals from the Library Association, recognising the year's best children's book illustration. His favourite book is ‘Gorilla’ because it was the first book he published.

 

He was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire, in 11 September 1946.

We explored the Wildlife Garden! What do you think we saw?

We explored and played with different types of instruments. We learned new words such as rhythm, string instrument and xylophone.

In Geometry, we learned how to make 2D shapes using decimetre sticks.

Our Class Display

Black History Month - the children had lots of fun learning about the importance of drums in the African culture and learned how to play it.

Black History Month

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The children learned how to play the African drums.

Black History Month

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Science - How long does it take for our mice to fall?

Recommended Reading List for Year 2

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