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Year 2 - Mrs Walker & Mrs Bouch

smiley Welcome to Year 2 smiley

 

Welcome back, we hope you all had a lovely summer and are feeling ready for the new school year. 

 

This half term our topic is 'Real -Life Superheroes' where we will learn all about the roles of our emergency services and the jobs that they do. We will then travel back in time and study Florence Nightingale where we will discover how she changed nursing and the way hospitals were managed. 

 

In science we will be learning all about animals including humans, their life cycles and what animals need in order to survive.

 

In R.E. we will be learning all about Buddhism and how it feels to belong to a group. 

 

Information:

We have started a new reading scheme in school this term called Accelerated Reader. The staff are already enthused after our training day and we are certain your child will benefit from this new way of working. For now your child's reading book will stay in school for reading time but please encourage your child to read books they have at home and from the library.

 

P.E. will take place on Monday and Friday for our class so make sure kit is in school at all times. Can we remind you that if your child has their ears pierced and they cannot take their studs out they must bring tape to cover them for P.E. lessons.

 

Homework will be given out each Wednesday and needs to be back in school by the following Monday. It will consist of spellings and a maths task.

 

Here's to a great half term!

 

Year 2 children visit Moot Lodge

A visit from PC Lesley Watson- an inspirational 'real-life' superhero

Year 2 information evening

Phil the fireman came to visit us today. We learnt a lot about the fire service linked to our real-life superheroes topic

Year 2 Overview 2019-2020

Sports Week fun!

 

What a week of sport in Key Stage One. The children gave everything a go with great perseverance and belief. the activities included circuits, Moky, football, races and lots of work with year 6. Take a look at some of the pictures below. 

Sports Week pictures

All Stars Cricket

 

Key Stage One had  a wonderful morning with Peter from All Stars Cricket. The morning started with an assembly to introduce what happened at each session followed by some taster activities out on the playground. The children had a great time. Check out some photographs below. 

All Stars Cricket

Enterprise Students helping us with our learning

 

On Wednesday 30th January some pupils from William Howard came work with us. The year 9 students have been supported by Barry Ridley, from The Cumberland Building Society, in their Enterprise lessons to come up with games that will help younger children understand how much it costs to own a range of pets. The children enjoyed playing all of the games and were able to explain some of the things they had learnt. The visit was supported by Nicky from Oak Tree Animal Charity who discussed the animals they have at the sanctuary in Wetheral and the different things they do. We look forward to doing further work with the students in the future. 

Enterprise students from William Howard

Enterprise students from William Howard 1
Enterprise students from William Howard 2
Enterprise students from William Howard 3

How many birds can we see?

On Monday 28th January we joined in the RSPB's Big Bird Watch event. We had a lovely walk along the ridge and to the moat. It was a cold, crisp day. The sky was clear and we could see for miles when we were on the top of the moat. Unfortunately, the cold weather kept many birds away but we did see some robins, blackbirds, sparrows and crows. We were also lucky enough to catch three grey squirrels having lots of fun running up, down and jumping across the trees. They provided us with great amusement. 

We completed our walk with hot chocolate and marshmallows in the outdoor classroom. Mrs Shovlin's idea, a wonderful treat!

The Big Birdwatch

Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza

 

We had a wonderful time at Walby Farm park for their Christmas extravaganza. We took part in a live nativity, made reindeer food, went inside a snow globe, met SANTA, played in the snow and graduated from the elf academy... that was all before lunchtime! After lunch we had great fun in the play barn. Once again the children were exceptional, a lady with a little boy stopped me to comment that the children were so well mannered and kind to her little boy. Thank you for your support with this trip, these moments make memories!

Merry Christmas from the KS1 team

Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza

Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 1
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 2
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 3
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 4
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 5
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 6
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 7
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 8
Walby Farm Park Christmas Extravaganza 9
We had a wonderful time at The Museum of Military Life. Take a look at our photographs.
Nursery – Mrs Harper & Mrs Bareham
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