Year 2

11Jun2018

In Year 2, the children are currently learning about Roald Dahl and are studying some of his books. They have begun by reading The Twits. To launch the book, once the children had been introduced to the main characters, they all made their very own Mr Twit beard. Don’t they all look disgusting?

11Jun2018

Year 2 are receiving specialist basketball coaching this half term from Newcastle Eagles. The children have had one session so far and they all worked extremely hard. The coach was very impressed by their good attitudes, listening skills and perseverance. In their first session, the boys and girls l

8May2018

The children in Year 2 have been learning some new skills to use when working with clay. They have used a variety of tools such as: plastic knives, cocktail sticks, rollers and water. The boys and girls used the smoothing technique as well as cross hatching to join clay together. This week they chos

3May2018

This week Year 2 worked incredibly hard preparing our raised beds ready for planting. They turned over the soil in the poly tunnel, mixing in horse manure to help the plants to grow. Our composting system, designed and built by our year sixes, is working really well. The children emptied Composter 2

18Apr2018

Children from across the school get the opportunity to lead a class assembly each week. The children have been going above and beyond to present their themes in Year 2. This is an example of what Daniel in Year 2 brought into share for his class assembly on Chinese New Year. He had images, informati

18Apr2018

The children in Year 2 have been practising all the skills they have learnt to solve fractions problems. They have proven that they really are fractions superstars. The children are able to: find fractions of amounts, match fractions to images, shade in fractions and compare and order fractions. Wel

29Mar2018

After watching videos of the Northern Lights, Year 2 investigated with different techniques and colours while dip-dying. They then evaluated the effects of each one before choosing a technique and colours for their own Northern Light inspired t-shirt. They can’t wait to see what they look like!