Year 2 w/e 5th July

Monday began with a visit from Year 3 teacher Mrs Banks. The children had the opportunity to talk about Year 3 as part of their transition in KS2. Meanwhile Mrs Smith was invited to visit Year 1 which she found very useful.

On Wednesday, Mrs Benyon took the children to complete the final part…

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Year 2 w/e 28th June

Mini beast safaris, sports day, poetry heats and semi finals, seaside holidays from the past, music, mental maths training, letter writing and St Peter and St Paul’s feast day. Another busy week in Year 2! See photo gallery below.

Mrs Smith was delighted that every pupil had learned a poem to…

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Year 2 w/e 21st June

What a busy week we’ve had! See the gallery for photos. 

We went on a mini beast safari, travelled back in time to an Edwardian seaside holiday, harvested giant radishes, held an IT digital evening, practised sports day events, performed our poetry, practised recorders and made our banner for…

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Year 2 w/e 14th June

I hope you had a great holiday. Judging by the news we shared on Monday and wrote about in English, many of you have been away and/or done some interesting things!

This week we started our DT topic which started by investigating puppets. Thank you for all the examples that were sent in for the…

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Year 2 w/e 24th May

Everyone has enjoyed Health Week. We took part in a variety of activities including Evolution Sport, gardening, potted sports and yoga. Have a look at the photo gallery. PE kits have been sent home. Please check they include pumps or trainers that fit so the children can do their best next half…

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Year 2 W/E 17th May

We have continued to work hard completing our independent booklets! Well done to everyone for your perseverance and determination.

On Wednesday we had an exciting introduction to our new topic; Seaside holidays. We travelled to Fleetwood for their Victorian Seaside Special. There was so much to…

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Year 2 w/e 10th May

This is the Year of the Holy Eucharist. We have all talked about the consecration of the bread and wine and made links to the Last Supper. Ask your child to explain what they now know. We have also been asking questions to show what we wonder about. We know these can often be difficult to…

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Year 2 w/e 26th April

This week we returned to school on St George’s Day for a shorter week and I hope you enjoyed a happy Easter.

Our Lent appeal raised a massive £449 for CAFOD! Thank you so much for your generosity! Everyone contributed what they could and it is very much appreciated and will make a difference to…

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Year 2 w/e 11th April

We have been taken through the Easter story this week. Reception, Year 1 and 2 acted out Palm Sunday and the Last Supper. Year 3 and 4 showed the solemnity of Good Friday. As Jesus died there was a complete hush in the assembly hall. Everyone left in a subdued silence. Year 5 and 6 carried on the…

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Year 2 w/e 5th April

What an amazing response we had to our sponsored Danceathon  in aid of the CAFOD ‘give it up’ appeal! Thank you so much for all your generous contributions. We will let you know how much Year 2 has raised ASAP. On Friday we enjoyed a day in our clothes as part of our Lenten appeal. Thank you again…

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Year 2 w/e 29th March

We have been exploring the properties of 3D shapes in Maths. We can recognise, name and sort shapes now.

In English we have been planning and writing instructions. We have been planting seeds so we decided to share how to plant seeds with our audience.

We will continue to observe our seeds…

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Year 2 w/e 15th March

We have been working hard again this week. We finished our writing about Greenlands Farm and our partners helped us to peer improve. 

Mrs Smith discovered a tiny, secret door behind her book box so we are planning and writing our own stories! There are some amazing and imaginative ideas for…

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