Thames View Primary School

Learning, friendship and fun - for EVERYONE!

Thames View Primary School

Learning, friendship and fun - for EVERYONE!


Welcome to Liberty Class!

Teacher: Mrs Poulter
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Smith



Liberty apple was developed in Geneva in the late 1960’s. It has a red skin and juicy flesh. It is grown mainly across the east of the United States and is ideal for growing in back gardens. It is famous for being used to make pink applesauce! 

Welcome Back!

Thank you year 2 Liberty and Fortune Classes for working hard yesterday!
Please will you let your friends know that there is something for them to do on our website? Thank you.  We hope you are enjoying the snow building snowmen and sledging. Keep safe and warm.

Snow Day 3 Work 

Can you investigate 3D shapes in your house?
Draw a picture of them and label how many flat faces and curved surfaces.
Example: a tin of soup has 2 circular faces and 1 curved surface. A box of tissues has 6 rectangular faces.
it is also WORLD BOOK DAY.
Enjoy reading lots of books. Write about your favourite book or do a book review.
Well done everybody!
Mrs Poulter and Mrs Bradshaw.


Snow Day 2 Work

Can you write about your snow day, what you did and how you felt?
Use the past tense and 'I' when writing.

Can you include some adjectives, ? marks and some ! marks?

Write a poem about the snow using a list of adjectives?

You also need to practise doubling and halving of numbers to 20! (or above).

Have fun in the snow!

Mrs Poulter and Mrs Bradshaw.



I hope you are refreshed after the long summer holidays and are back at school ready to do some brilliant learning.



This term our topic is 'George's Marvellous Medicine'. 



I am looking forward to reading the story with you, and helping you to learn more about the author, Roald Dahl.



Let's make medicine together!