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Year 2 Is Alive!

Our current IPC unit in Year 2 is I’m Alive.

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This,coincidently, was a perfect one to take home to our houses for virtual learning. Every Thursday we are recording our beans’ measurement and in the meantime, showing our resilience and adaptability by caring for our beans at home rather than on the windowsills in our classrooms where they began their growing and germinating before school closure.


Teachers have taken home beans too but theirs are missing some of the criteria needed to grow well - either missing soil or air, water or sunlight. Using seesaw and a bean diary which we took home last week, we are keeping record of what is most necessary for plant growth and which conditions are best for our little beanstalks!


Siobhain Keenan-Maciejewska

Year 2 Teacher

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