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Newsletters 2019 - 2020
Year 2 Howe Dell's Got Talent auditions
Well done to everyone who auditioned for Howe Dell's Got Talent.
Lots of fun had by all!
Christmas Dinner Day
The children enjoyed Christmas lunch whilst wearing their fabulous hats made from recycled cereal boxes.
Christmas Shopping Day
Such a magical experience for our children - thank you PSA!
Rainforest Home Learning - dioramas
A huge thank you for all of your efforts on the rainforest home learning project.
Global Explorer Week - Teddy Story Swap
The children loved sharing stories with Year 6 - they even brought along their teddies dressed as explorers!
Global Explorer Week - Mini Marines
The children enjoyed getting physical (and dirty!) with the Marines, as well as toasting marshmallows over the firepit.
The Daily Mile
The children are really enjoying taking part in the Daily Mile with Mr Proffitt.
Welcome to Year 2 Class 2's page 2018 - 2019
You will be able to look at photos of our learning, read our work and keep up to date with our class newsletters.
Making Rainforest Hand Puppets in Design and Technology
The children did a fabulous job of designing and making rainforest hand puppets, including learning how to sew their puppets.
A huge thank you to all of the family members who gave up their time to help us over two very busy but productive mornings!
Christmas Shopping Day 2018
The children enjoyed such a magical experience, shopping for gifts for their loved ones.
The PSA again did a fabulous job of preparing and running this event - a big thank you to all of those involved that work so hard to make this event possible!
Live Learning Autumn term 2018
Thank you to all of the family members who attended our Live Learning session, which involved a carousel of activities based on understanding and using adjectives, nouns and verbs.
Rainforest Diorama Home Learning Project Autumn 2018
We have been amazed at the fantastic rainforest scenes that the children have created for Home Learning to conclude our rainforest topic in Geography. Well done to everyone!
Lots of action today. Teachers arrived at school this morning and found two eggs had hatched. Looking back on the camera we found they hatched about 6:30am. Throughout the day we noticed some more cracks appearing and could even see beaks poking through holes in the shell. Eventually, we were super lucky to watch as an egg hatched right before our eyes straight after lunchtime. Year two have been very excited today. After school Miss Brind and Mrs Blow set up their new home and moved the fluffy chicks that were ready. Two had to stay behind in the incubator as they were not fluffy enough and they need to encourage the other eggs to hatch. Year two children now need to look after the chicks; making sure they have enough food and water. We have certainly enjoyed filling in our chick diaries today!