Welcome to Year 2!
The staff in Year 2 are:
Toast money (50 pence) should be brought into school on Monday for the whole week.
Homework and PE Timetable:
|Homework due in||Homework given out|
|Spellings given out||Spellings to be returned and tested|
|Reading books to be changed||Reading books to be changed||Reading books to be changed||Reading books to be changed||Reading books to be changed|
If your child has misplaced their spelling homework please click on the right link below to print another copy:
|Mrs Eccles||Miss McCulloch||Ms Clynch|
|silent k, w, g||silent k, w, g||sound ss, zz|
Year 2 news...
As part of our transport topic we have been learning about famous travellers in Year 2. 2M found out all about Neil Armstrong and 2E researched Amy Johnson. We then paired up in the hall and shared our findings to each other.
Transport Entry Point
Year 2 have enjoyed their Transport entry point this afternoon! They brought in their favourite vehicle from home to show and describe to everyone.
Year 2 enjoyed a fun-filled trip to Royden Park where they looked closely at flowers and their number of petals before revising what a plant needs to grow. We were experts at understanding pollination after our recent Bee Musical production!
Minibeast Finger Puppets
We have been sewing using the overstitch technique to make our minibeast finger puppets. We designed our puppet on paper and used that as a template for our felt puppet. You can see the process below.
Royal National Lifeboat Institution Assembly
KS1 learned how to stay safe at the beach with a special assembly from RNLI. They taught us about the different flags to look out for on the beach this summer. Year 2 continued their work on water and summer safety by spotting the dangers at the beach and creating their own summer safety posters. We all hope everyone stays safe at the beach!
We hope you enjoyed our production of ‘Bee Musical’. We worked so hard to make it magnificent so we really hope you liked it! Thank you Miss Jones for making our wonderful costumes, we certainly looked the part!
KS1 Vocabulary Parade
We had a fantastic day celebrating our love of wonderful words. We celebrated with a showstopping parade. Take a look at all our amazing costumes below. Can you guess which words children have dressed up as?
KS1 Sports Day
We had such an enjoyable day on Tuesday for our KS1 Sports Day. We all put in so much effort when completing the skipping races, potato and spoon races, sack races and beanbag balancing races. Well done everyone for taking part. You are all sporting superstars!
Vibrant Vocabulary Parade- Friday 22nd June
This exciting event is a fun way to celebrate our love of wonderful words and varied vocabulary. We are inviting you to come to school dressed as your chosen word with the word clearly displayed on your outfit. During the day we will have a parade, where you will have the chance to show off your costume and we will also take lots of photographs to display around our school.
Please choose a word from your year group’s list below. You will notice that most of the words are very challenging. This event will be great fun but it is also a chance for you to hear and learn new vocabulary.
We can’t wait to see you in your outfits. Good Luck!
Huge congratulations to the 12 Key Stage 1 children who entered the Young Writers competition earlier in the year. Their stories have now been published in the book ‘Story Land. The North’.