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Y2 Rome Class Mrs Halligan

 

Welcome to Rome Class! 

 

 

Our class teacher is Mrs Halligan and our LSAs are Mrs Voaden, Mrs Withington and Mrs Harman. 

 

Our PE sessions are on a Friday.

 

Our weekly Music lesson with Hampshire Music takes place on a Wednesday, and this term we will be learning to play body percussion.

 

We will update this page regularly so please come back soon!

29/09/20 World Languages Day: Italian

 

We have had a lovely day today, learning some Italian language and some facts about Italy.  We have also completed a beautiful Rome-themed piece of Art.

 

See below for some of the videos we watched today and photos of our excellent art work!

 

 

Our Rome art work

Kids View: Rome (Insider Tips from Travelling Kids)

Roma! A city full of so much history and fun for travelling families and kids. For ideas of things to do and see whilst in the Italian capital, visit familyt...

Numbers Song in Italian. Canzone dei Numeri.

A numbers song in Italian. Canzone dei numeri. Written and performed by A.J. Jenkins. Copyright 2010 A.J.Jenkins/KidsTV123: All rights reserved. This is an O...

Italian Alphabet

Italian #alphabet with correct pronounciation. #Italian is a Romance language spoken mainly in #Italy. The letters j (i lunga), k (cappa), w (vi/vu doppia) x...

Italian for kids - The colors

LEARN ITALIAN WITH A COMPLETE COURSE: https://www.italianglot.com/courses/ PRACTICE WITH EXERCISES: https://www.italianglot.com/practice/ KEEP IMPROVING WITH...

Testa Spalle Ginocchia e Piedi in Italiano | Head shoulders knees and toes Italian

Ciao Piccoli amici, in questo famosissimo brano della tradizione inglese Head shoulders knees and toes , i nostri amici saranno alle prese con la version ita...

L' omino di pan di zenzero | Storie Per Bambini | Favole Per Bambini | Fiabe Italiane

L' omino di pan di zenzero | Gingerbread Man in Italian | Favole Per Bambini | Storie Per Bambini | Storie italiane | Fiabe Per Bambini | Favole Per Bambini ...

This term, our topic is answering the question:

 

Why did the Great Fire of London cause so much damage?

The Great Fire of London 1666

On September 2nd, 1666, a tiny spark in a bakery oven ignited the worst fire that London has ever seen. The Great Fire of London burned for four days, and th...

BBC Watch Magic Grandad - Samuel Pepys - Great Fire of London


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