Year 2 - Curie

Welcome to Curie Class!


Miss Murray is our Class Teacher and Ms Garwood is our Teaching Assistant.


Please find information below about our curriculum for this term and check back regularly for information and photographs of our learning.

As well as the Nativity this week, we were very busy in Curie Class! We had our Christmas  lunch, the talent show, our whole school trip to the cinema and we made Christingles in our RE lesson!
Key Stage 1 performed amazingly in the Nativity this year! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we all did. 

Children in Need Day

We came to school in our pyjamas to raise money for Children in Need Day. We learnt about what the charity does and all of the different people it helps. We completed activities throughout the day and had a cake sale. 

Macmillan Cake Sale

On Friday 28th September we took part in the Macmillan Coffee Morning to help raise money for the charity. Curie Class decorated biscuits for the cake sale. We used icing and food colouring to make a feathered effect. They looked and tasted great!

Visit from the London Fire Brigade

On Friday 14th September Curie Class had a very special visitor! We were lucky to learn all about the London Fire Brigade and what they do, as well as some very important fire safety information. 

The first few weeks in Curie Class...

Curie Class

Curie Class 1

This year each class is named after a famous scientist. We are named after Marie Curie. We will be finding out about her throughout the year. We have already started to use this beautiful book by Isabel Sanchez Vegara to find out some facts about her: 

- She was born on November 7th 1867 in Warsaw, Poland. 

- She taught poor children to read and write.
- She discovered what we know today as 'radiation'. 

- She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. She went on to win a second Nobel Prize later on in her life.