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Thurstonland First School

Marsh Hall Lane, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD4 6XD

01484 666480

Class News


Welcome to the class page for Year 2 and Year 3.

Our morning activities focus on English, Maths and Reading. Our afternoons are different each day:

Monday: Topic 

Tuesday: Topic

Wednesday: PSHE, Handwriting, Library Exchange and Maths Test

Thursday: R.E. and Outdoor P.E.

Friday: Indoor P.E and Well Done Class Assembly

Sometimes our activities vary to accommodate special events. 

This page will be updated throughout the school year with news and pictures of events and activities in class.

Topics for 2020-21

Please look at the documents attached to see what interesting topics we will be covering this year, and how we will cover them across a range of subjects.

 Yr2&3 Autumn Term 2020-21.pdfDownload
 Yr2&3 Spring Term 2020-21.pdfDownload
 Yr2&3 Summer Term 2020-21.pdfDownload
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Fire Inspired Weaving

Our topic work on Fire - Creator and Destroyer is continuing this half-term and this week we looked at fire inspired weaving.

We hope you like our creations!

Harvest Festival 2020

As we were unable to hold our usual Harvest Festival in church this year we performed our songs in our classes and shared the videos with each other across the school - please take a look at our class performances below: -


As our theme is Fire this term, we have created our own dragon characters. Check out our water colour paintings of them. We also wrote descriptions and stories with our dragons as the main characters.

The Great Fire of London!

Year 2/3 have been learning about The Great Fire of London and created their own Not So Big Fire of Thurstonland. We could see how easily the fire spread from house to house as they were close together and made of materials that easily burn.
See if your child can remember how the fire started and what people did to try and put the fire out.

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