Class 2

Miss Hill

Welcome to Class 2

Hello, we are Class 2. We are Year 2 and loving the challenges this brings. We have a great teacher Miss Hill and our teaching assistant is Mrs Wright. We are looking forward to all the new topics we are going to be learning about including Towers, Turrets and Tunnels, Land Ahoy and Beachcombers! We will be learning lots of the new skills. We are hoping to become great readers and mathematicians! Keep checking our page to find out about all our fun activities!

 

 

EYFS and Key Stage 1 Sports Day

This week we celebrated all our sporting progress. First it was the turn of EYFS and Key stage 1. They competed in lots of events: shuttle race, bean bag between the knees, egg and spoon and finally the sprints. Everyone had a great time and showed great...

Exciting Enterprise!

This week was the turn of Years 2 and 3 to come up with a great way to make money for our mosaic fundraising. Year 3 sold some backpacks and pencil cases which looked great. Everyone wanted one! In fact they sold out! Year 2 decided to get creative by making butterfly...

Inclusive Sports Day

On Thursday Mr Harrison alongside Mr Dawson organised an whole day of Paralympic activities for us to take part in.  The morning  was the turn of Years 4,5 and 6 and Year 1,2 and 3 in the afternoon.The activities included Boccia, New Age Curling and Adapted...

Teddy Bears’ Picnic

All of EYFS and KS1 children have enjoyed taking part in various activities in school throughout the week. They have completed laps of the yard, extra PE sessions with Mr Evans and Jump Start Johnny activities. They were rewarded for all their hard work with a Teddy...

Science Week Super Stars!

We recently took part in British Science Week with the theme of "Exploration and Discovery". Congratulations to all pupils who worked hard throughout Science Week. All pupils were invites to enter the "Super Science Selfie" competition as advised by the Association...

Lenten Prayer Stations

On Holy Wednesday the school visited the hall to reflect on the last journey of Jesus before he died. Fifteen chairs were covered in purple cloths to show each station. Sometimes we were asked to think about how Jesus' journey could relate to our lives and how we can...

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