Our fantastic day at the beach - a great day was had by all!
Our fantastic day out at the seaside - and a great time was had by all!
Sea shore rock pools. The children looked closely at sea creatures and drew what they saw using pencil, charcoal and pastel. The images they created are fantastic.
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside! Class 2 enjoyed looking at Victorian seaside artefacts to go with our history topic
Our RE topic this half term is Treasures. The children drew all the things they treasure in the world. What a fantastic frieze!
Thank you so much for collecting so many tablet blister packs. we have filled a box and I have taken them to Superdrug. TerraCycle will collect them and recycle them. They will then donate money to Maris Curie. We're well on our way with our second box full. Keep them coming!
In English, our new story book is called Flotsam. We looked at some flotsam collected off the beach. What can you see?
Fun on Sports Day
Some pages from Year 2's Dino Spotting pop up books. We think they are Roarsome!!
World Book Day at home and at school
End of term certificates and awards
Happy Birthday Kian
Making our Christingles and enjoying the service
Enjoying Christmas party food
An exciting visit from Father Christmas
Class 2 had an unexpected snowball fight at morning playtime. What fun they had!!
The children had a great time at the sponsored Santa Dash. We had cheeks as rosy as their hats!
Bronze awards this week. Congratulations to everyone
Class 2 created poppy pictures for Remembrance Day
Cityscape using printing techiques
We cut out a cityscape silhouette and created a chalk fireworks display for Bonfire Night
The children drew and wrote about George’s mean grandma
The children dressed up as different characters from the stories of Ronald Dahl. We then used inspiration from George’s Marvellous Medicine to make our own potion!
A sample of our generous Year 2 contribution to the Harvest Festival donations
Well done Kian Robinson and Daisy-Mae Ball - our new Year 2 School Councillors
Some of the children’s finished vehicles
The children designed and made their own vehicles for their DT project
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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