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Welcome to the Cheetahs Class Page!

 

Hello and welcome to the Cheetah class page.

Our class Teacher is Mrs Hodson

and our lovely teaching assistants are Mrs Cowlishaw and Mrs Wheatley.

 

Year 2 Cheetahs love to learn whilst also

having fun and being creative too! 

 

On our page you will find exciting class news, pictures of things we’ve done, important dates and events in the Cheetah calendar plus much much more. 

So, make sure you check the page regularly for recent updates.

 

The Year 2 Cheetah Class

The cheetah class loved visiting The Kimberley School and making cookies and spinners... take a look at the photos of us enjoying our afternoon!

Find out what Cheetah class are learning this term...

FANTASTIC MR FOX!

 

As part of our learning in Cheetahs we have been reading Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl and the children are really enjoying the story so far.  Last week we made wanted posters and we will soon be writing a detailed character description of Mr Fox.  To enhance and support their learning the children will have the opportunity to watch the feature length animation of Fantastic Mr Fox.

 

The story follows Mr Fox and his efforts to feed his family whilst running from the horrible farmers Boggis, Bunce and Bean.  Along the way we are introduced to lots of other characters such as Mrs Fox and old Badger.  Before long Mr Fox puts his old days behind him and does what good fathers do best: be responsible. 

 

Fantastic Mr Fox is a PG rated film and recommend for 7 year olds and upwards.  Please watch the offical trailer to the animation below.  If you have any further questions or do not wish your child to watch the film please contact/see Mrs Hodson. 

 

Fantastic Mr Fox Official Movie Trailer

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Moments and Memories in Cheetah class!

Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 1 Children in Need - We were heroes!
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 2 Looking at reptiles at Whitepost Farm
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 3 Dressed in blue for Anti-Bullying day
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 4 Flying our flags when Hollywell remembered WW1
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 5 Jasmine and Samuel with the class poppy wreath
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 6 Year 2 star in A Midwife Crisis
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 7 Showing off our hats on party day!
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 8 Some of Cheetah class built a snow reindeer!
Moments and Memories in Cheetah class! 9 Showing off our Easter Bonnets!

Cheetahs class assembly was a huge success! 

First the class spoke about the importance of raising money for the British Heart Foundation and then some of children read poems.  Finally the children  had fun performing in a fashion show wearing the t-shirts they had designed to raise awareness of this important cause. 

The Cheetah class ran the stall selling cakes that everyone had donated - we had never seen so many cakes!  The whole school embraced the theme and wore red and in total we raised an amazing £284.48!!!

Well done Cheetahs and Hollywell!

Take a look at the photos below of some shots from our fashion show...

Discover what Cheetahs are learning about in the Spring Term...

 

If you missed the Cheetah Curriculum Meeting or would like to refresh your memory, please find all the info below...

Year 2 Cheetahs Curriculum Meeting Presentation

Discover what the Cheetah class are learning about in the Autumn Term

Cheetahs Reading Cafe was a huge success.  We enjoyed browsing the big books, reading some newspapers and magazines, sharing a french book with Madame Barnes, discovering more about our food and farming topic, sorting magnetics letters plus lots more!

Take a look at the photos that captured our morning...

 

Cheetahs huffed and puffed and they blew their way through the September FunFit session!

Take a look at the slide show...

Your Meerkat Mission should you wish to accept...

Cheetahs you are now in possession of your first Meerkat Mission and you will receive a new mission each week.  There is no time limit and you don't even need to hand anything in.  The missions are intended to be fun and home-friendly activities for both you and your parents to share.

 

Money, Money, Money...

NatWest bank have launched a Pocket Money website with lots of fun games, puzzles and activities for children. 

Why don't you have a further look?

http://www.natwest-pocketmoney.com/

 

 

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