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Pandora - Year 2

Hi everyone if you would like to share any of your home learning you can email me at

I would love to hear or see what you have been up to.


New photos of home learning shared under days learning set.  Scroll down to catch up with what your friends are doingyes  Keep safe - you are doing great!smiley

Learning and exploring from our friends

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Download and colour your own VE bunting for Friday

Pictures from our friends

As requested by Georgina - A book review Please print if you would like to review the books you are reading

More pictures from our friends

We love learning ( 22.4.2020)

Look at all our learning - Dens were popular!

Great to see you happy and learning

Glad to see you reading Lily ad do PE

WOW Poppy they look delicious

Lily has been hard at working making rainbows for their windows and painting aliens.

Leila your learning is brilliant! Did the caterpillar taste good?

WOW how creative you are Isla for creating your own wedding dress out of old clothes. A fashion designer in the making.

You have done an amazing job at creating this origami habitat and frog. When we come back I think you will need to teach me ho to do this

WOW! Ayla haven't you and your brother ans sister been busy

Lily has been learning about static electricity while having fun outside

Well done Marcus for your fabulous amphibian habitat

Look at these - Yummy!

Well done Shay for doing extra learning at home

Home learning letter



We are Pandora Class!

We love to think, try and explore.


Welcome to our class page. Pandora Class currently has 21 pupils. We are supported in our learning by our teacher Mrs Cottle and our learning support assistant Mrs Smith.  Look at all our learning!

Coming Soon Home learning...


If the school closes will will be updating this page daily

PSHE knowledge organiser

Design and Technology Knowledge organiser

Look what Pandora class made for Sport relief

We came as our favourite book characters!  Happy World book day

We dressed up Mrs Cottle to be a super Villian - Meet The Evil Spoiler!

Well done Pandora for a Marvellous Music assembly on Wednesday 12th February you really showed off this terms learning!  The children talked about how they had created a four beat rhythm using the drums to create their own music.  They used the two drum hits that they had learnt which were the bass drum and the open hit.  Also Pandora and Metis performed a call and response African song.

Science Knowledge Organiser


As part of our Paws, claws and whiskers topic, we went to Bristol zoo to see lots of different animals and learn about their habitats. We had such a fantastic day and really enjoyed looking, meeting and even holding the animals. We especially liked seeing the gorillas and the lions.


Today we went to the Odeon Cinema to watch Angry Birds 2.  We walked there and back in the cold sunshine and loved the film.  We talked about how the main characters were friends and how different situations make people act in different ways.  You need different skills to work on your own or be part of a team.

We are all different but we can all have fun and keep our bodies moving!

Look what we got up to at John of Gaunt Multi skills afternoon.

Anti-bullying week

11th November - 15th November

We've been thinking about how we could all make one change to be kinder and stop bullying.  These are some of the posters we made.

Today we went on a walk to look for evidence that it is Autumn

I hope you have had a lovely half term break.  Our topic over the next 7 weeks will start with the question - Are you afraid of the dark?  We will be reading the book 'The owl who was afraid of the dark' and learning all about seasonal changes in science as we progress through Autumn into Winter.  Do look out for the knowledge organizers that will be coming home.

Look what Pandora Class donated to the soup kitchen at our Harvest Festival


We were so excited this morning because the Explorer Dome came to Studley Green to support our learning of the moon, sun and stars.  We listened carefully, asked questions, learnt new words, used new words and had a great time.  It was dark inside but we weren't scared!

Inside the Explorer Dome

In our learning about Space the The first man on the moon we designed, made and evaluated space crafts that we made.  All the rockets had to have a nose cone, body, engine and fins.
We've been learning about the first man on the moon and why it is remembered.  We haqve learnt about the moon, how astronauts travel there, astronauts who have been on the moon and why it is remembered.  Look at our writing below.

Year 2019 2020 Curriculum overview

Here's what our year looks like ...

Term 6- Oh I do love to be beside the seaside!

Police Visit

As part of our topic 'People who help us' we have asked for helpful visitors to come into school and teach us about how they can help us. We were really excited for three police officers AND two police dogs to come and visit us. We asked lots of questions and found out all about how they can help us and what to do if we are ever worried or in danger. 

Term 5- People who help us


We were so lucky to be invited to Nando’s this term to finish off our learning about chickens. We learnt about how chicken helps us to have a balanced diet and why some people choose to eat it as a source of protein. We really enjoyed designing our own burger, making it AND eating it. 


Term 4 - What came first, the chicken or the egg?


This term we are going to be learning all about chickens including their life cycle and food chain. We are so excite that from the 11th March to 22nd March we are going to be looking after real eggs and watching them hatch. Please feel free to pop into Metis class (next door) after school to see them.

Term 4 Topic letter - What came first the chicken or the egg?

Glass artwork gallery:


We were so excited to share our glass artwork, that we created a few weeks ago, to the rest of the school. We were so brave talking to lots of older children and adults about how we had made our artwork and being able to answer their questions. 

Glass artwork Gallery

Compton Glass Workshop trip

We had an amazing time at our school trip to Compton Glass Workshop in Trowbridge. We had been learning all about different materials in science for the past 3 weeks so it was really exciting to be able to learn more about glass and be able to create a piece of glass artwork. 

Knock, knock who's there?


Over the next 6 weeks we will be exploring a range of different materials and visiting a glass workshop where we will have the opportunity to learn more about glass and create our own piece of glass art work. We will also be learning to retell The Three Little Pigs story and writing our own version. 

Term 3- Knock knock, who's there?

Rainbows at our fingertips!

Over the next 7 weeks we will be exploring our artistic nature in many different ways.  Pandora class will be using different media and medium to create a variety of pictures and crafts.  We will also be exploring why we are remembering Bonfire night and the Centenary of World War I ending.  Please read our topic letter above to find out more.

Term 2 - Rainbows at our fingertips

Rememberance Day

Pandora Class have been learning about WW1 this term and why it is important to remember the soldiers that died to protect our country. We all made poppies for Remembrance Sunday.

Cinema Trip

We really enjoyed our trip to the Odeon on Monday 12th November to watch Hotel Transylvania 3. We loved it so much, that when we got back to class we wrote all about the film and even painted pictures of our favourite characters!

Dates to Remember this term:

12th November - Cinema Trip to watch Hotel Transylvania 3

7th December- Christmas Fayre

11th and 12th December - Christmas Play performances

Term 1- What's your superpower?

We had an amazing 'Superhero in training' day on Monday 24th September where we dressed up as our favourite superhero and completed lots of exciting activities!



May in Year 2 means it's SATs time! For information about the assessments please follow the link below.