Today year 2 were so creative and artistic. After being inspired by the work of pop artist James Rizzi, they made their own amazing collages. They used their imaginations and interpretations of the city we live in to create expressive cityscape collages. Following James Rizzi’s style, they drew buildings alive with detail, cut them out […]Read More Art – year 2
We’ve explored human nutrition and learnt why we need to eat a balanced range of foods.Read More Science – Year 2 Human Nutrition
This week we looked in depth at art work by an American pop artist called James Rizzi. We studied his pictures carefully, noticing how he brings the cityscape of New York to life. We discussed his use of bright colours and remembered that primary colours can make secondary colours. We so enjoyed painting our own […]Read More Art – Year 2
This afternoon we became history detectives and used a variety of historical sources and artefacts to explore what school was like in the Victorian times.Read More History in Y2
This week we asked the question, how do animals stay healthy? We were challenged to design an outdoor gym which would encourage us to exercise. We discussed how we could use the playground space to exercise our muscles and out heart and designed our own exercises. Once the rain had stopped, we headed outside to […]Read More Science week in Y2
We would like to welcome all Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 parents and carers to School Jam! School Jam is a maths app which provides practical and digital activities for you and your child to complete together. The tasks are set by the teacher and link directly to the learning your child is currently […]Read More School Jam
This week Year 1 and 2 have put their historian hats back on and discovered what life was like for children living 70 years ago. We used historical photographs to search for evidence of how life has changed. After that we went outside to enjoy some 1950s-inspired playground games.Read More KS1 History: What was childhood like in the 1950s?
Parents & Carers of St Margaret’s Lee, Harvest is an important time in the Christian calendar when we give thanks for the food we have and share with those who need it most. Over the years, the children and community of St Margaret’s have donated an amazing amount of food and groceries to local food […]Read More Harvest Festival
Bonjour, tout le monde! Everyone can still be enjoying their French learning at home, with these resources for singing, activities and games. BODY PARTS It’s our favourite with a link to the song. Heads, shoulders, knees and toes . The robot’s pointer isn’t that easy to see so just to remind you: l’oeil = eye, […]Read More FRENCH FOR EVERYONE!