Y2/3 Sapphires

VE Day photographs

Home Learning WB 27.4.20

A message to the children from all the staff at Buriton!

As an extra activity you might like to complete your own Coronavirus time capsule for the Buriton Heritage Bank

Week 3 Home Learning. Week Beginning 20.4.20

Our Butterflies have hatched!

We wondered if you'd like to help decorate the new NHS Nightingale Hospital. They would like to decorate the walls with drawings by children. Please can you draw beautiful, colourful pictures and then email them to:

They will organise getting them sent on.

Have fun!

You can find pictures of your friends doing some home learning in the 'Gallery'.

Week 2 Home Learning

If you would like to send in some pictures of the home learning you have been doing, or activities to inspire others, please email them to with a short blurb about what you have been doing. I will then upload them to the website. Take care, everyone! 

One of the Sapphires has been doing some exercise with Joe Wicks, skipping, spelling and making a PowerPoint about about his favourite Australian animal - the inland taipan, which is the world's deadliest snake!

Some of our Sapphires have been learning about angles in shapes!

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Here's some more angles in shapes Home Learning!

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Here's one of our Sapphires doing some Home Learning this week! He has been doing lots of his school work but also having some fun baking with his mum and practising his Taekwondo skills!

Home Learning for Parents

Can you make a rainbow to display in your window? Here is Miss Green and her children making some at home!

When Zoolab came to visit

Our Roman Day

We all visited The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Weald and Downland

Roman Wokshop in Sapphires Class
Sapphires Class were Roman soldiers for the morning during their Roman Workshop in school
Sapphires Class went to Marwell Zoo in April
Sapphires Class have been learning how to do computer coding with Mr Brown. They have been designing, writing and debugging programs. They have been selecting instructions, sequencing them and using repetition to create their very own simple computer programs!