Year 2

Miss Foster (Teacher) / Mrs Telford (SEN)
YEAR 2

Welcome

In Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and 2) we build upon and respect the very good start the children receive in the EYFS. We aim to create and provide a safe, secure, motivational and thought-provoking environment that encourages children to become curious and independent learners.

There is a balance between adult directed, child led and independent activities; which incorporates creativity and investigative learning with a solid foundation in more formal methods.

This approach allows for a smooth transition for the children from the Early Years Foundation Stage and encourages the development of self-esteem, independence and mutual respect.

 

Destination Judo

On Monday 4th July, Year 1 to Year 5 children, participated in a judo session. Judo is a disciplined sport which does not involve any kicking, punching or striking. It provides physical fitness and mental stimulation in a fun and exciting way and is thought to improve...

Y2 Gingerbread House

This term Y2 having been reading " Who's afraid of the Big Bad Book". They looked at recipes, wrote descriptive passages, and designed and made their own gingerbread houses. Photo Link

Hansel and Gretel

To build on pupils' current knowledge of Classic Fairy Tales  we welcomed into school' Say Two Theatre Company'. They performed Hansel and Gretel to children from Nursery to Y3. Good music, acting and costumes brought the tale to life. Workshops followed where...

Y2 Dance at Whickham

Y2 travelled to Whickham School and Sports College for a cluster school's Dance and Gym Festival . They took part in dances with different themes, at 8 stations set up in the sports hall. All children moved around the hall sensibly and at each station created...

Whitehouse Farm Visit

On Thursday 17th December, our Year 2 class visited Whitehouse Farm. They saw all of the animals, went on a tractor ride and visited Santa. Thank you to Miss Mc Keown for arranging this visit for pupils. Photo...

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