Melting Chocolate

In Science our focus is ‘The Changing State of Matter’.


Year 2 received a message from Cadbury’s to test the best chocolate for their new product (chocolate saucers). Children had to investigate which chocolate would be best suited for chocolate saucers. The three chocolates that children tested were white, milk and dark chocolate.








White chocolate took 21 seconds to melt. Why did the white chocolate melt the fastest?


Miss Hussain :-)

Purim 2019

Children started the day with a special visit from Rabbi Jacobs.



The beautiful bride and bridesmaids. Flowers handcrafted by Year 1.







What was your favourite part of the day?

Miss Hussain :-)

Mrs Owen's homework

Mrs Owen's homework - children are expected to complete the homework independently, using the spellings, from 11-20, in their school planner.

Learn spellings also, including errors from this week.

Parents and children are expected to assess this homework together and add a comment. 

Children have a copy of the sheet below (their copy also has pictures to remind them of the story) which they have read, answering in-depth comprehension questions about the story from the Netherlands in my group.

Name:                                                             Mrs Owen’s writing group - homework     4.4.19 E A

Learning Objective: To rewrite the story of Katje, the Windmill Cat.

Go further: Write an alternative ending or add a glossary to show meaning of new vocabulary.

Success criteria:

Punctuate sentences using a capital letter and a full stop - understanding the importance of both. Know that a capital letter is always used at the start of a sentence.
Use a capital letter for names of people, places, the days of the week and the personal pronoun I.
Add speech to show what the characters say to each other, showing characterisation and moving the story forward.
Join clauses using FANBOYS - Understanding that this word (conjunction) is used to connect clauses or sentences together.
Try to use paragraphs to separate story into chunkcs, using change of setting, characters or time.


I can form capital letters and lowercase letters in the correct direction, starting and finishing in the right place

Basic Expectations - presentation, handwriting, spelling, punctuation 

Parent’s and child’s comments on achievement:     



Key words to use: