Kingfisher Class had a very exciting return to school after lockdown. Mrs Mackenzie had a letter and book from her friend who is a dragonologist. We were a little worried, as it was wrapped in paper that looked burnt. She also sent us a video of her finding dragons eggs and what looked like a baby dragon in a cave.
During the morning we had a phone call telling us to watch the news. There had been a dragon sighting. The children decided that it might be the mummy looking for its baby. After that we had a very special delivery which broke out of its box during lunch and made a big mess of our classroom. This meant that we could have a good look at what had been sent to us by Dr Hilda Haddock. We are super excited. We even found scratches in the playground and what looked like some burnt paper where the dragon escaped.
One of Kingfishers Year 2 children demonstrating how to use maths images to support her maths skills and find the answer.
British Science Week
As part of British Science Week we had a strong focus on our Science topic of Wild and Wonderful Creatures.
This culminated with the children being stranded on a Desert Island and writing a message in a bottle letter to Mrs armitage.