This term Year Two have had great fun learning about Victorian homes! The role play area has been transformed into a Victorian Kitchen and the children have enjoyed dressing up as Victorians. We have also become History detectives and learnt about the past by exploring Victorian artefacts and guessing what they are.
Year Two had a fun way to end their term by going on a ferry ride to learn more about "Rivers," the topic they've been studying. The children had a great time spotting famous landmarks along the river, which they've been learning about in Geography and Art lessons. They also got to connect what they've learned about God's great plan for the water cycle to a real river, the River Mersey, and they waved towards the Irish Sea. After that, they visited the 'Museum of Liverpool,' and the children really enjoyed a workshop called 'Little Liverpool.' In this workshop, they used nets to pick up things that can harm the river and had a lot of fun sailing tiny boats on the River Mersey. This trip made their lessons come alive and helped them appreciate rivers and how they work.