Spring 2 – Week 4

Stars of the Week: Cam’ron and Tabitha

On Tuesday, Year 2 had so much fun on the gymnastic equipment in the hall. Thank you to Year 6 and Brenda for setting this up for us – we really appreciated it. We explored different ways to climb, and tried to think of creative ways to jump and hold balances. Have a look at these photos to see how we got on!

Next week we will be continuing to learn about fractions: half, quarter and thirds!

Spring 2 – Week 3

Stars of the Week: All of Class 2!

I am so proud of every single member of Class 2 this week. You have all settled back into your learning so well and remembered all of the rules that we follow in the class to keep each other safe. You are super-duper Superstars! Also, a great big Cathedral welcome to Lacey – our newest member of Year 2! Thank you to everyone in Year 2 for making Lacey feel so welcome, and well done to Lacey for your kind nature towards other children in the class.

Cruz was our star photographer this week and managed to take some great action shots during our PE lesson this week on basketball! Thank you Cruz!

On Thursday we learnt all about how easy it is to spread germs. We used green paint to represent the germs – one person started off with ‘germ’ hands and before long the whole class had ‘germs’ on their hands! After this, we washed our hands thoroughly until the ‘germs’ disappeared!


Next week we are going to learn all about Fractions in our Maths lesson.


Autumn 2 – Week 7 Merry Christmas

In Year 2 this week, we finished our playgrounds. I am really impressed with the results – well done Year 2 for all of your hard work on these. They look extremely creative!

Also, a massive WELL DONE to our Christmas card competition winners: Rosa, Javon and Ava! They were superb designs and we are all really proud of you.

Wednesday was a particularly exciting day as we wore our Christmas jumpers to school, had Christmas dinner and had our Christmas party!



I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas Year 2 and I can’t wait to see you all again in January. Well done again for all of your hard work this half term.




Autumn 2 – Week 6

Stars of the Week: Cruz and Eyoel

Year 2 really enjoyed drawing and designing Christmas cards to send to the retirement home. I was really proud of the effort and care that everyone put into their drawings – fantastic job Year 2!

Also this week Year 2 carried on practising their balances and different ways of travelling across the equipment.

Next week we will be finishing off our playgrounds in DT – we can’t wait to show them to you!

Autumn 2 – Week 5

Stars of the Week: Gabriel and Marcia

This week in Year 2 we have been decorating our classrooms for Christmas. We had a lot of fun making our room extra-festive. We especially enjoyed our reading time at the end of the day, listening to our story and watching the twinkling lights on our tree. Great job Year 2!







Don’t forget to bring your Christmas cards in next week and post them in our Christmas postbox!

Here are the words for our Christmas Carol – We three kings of Orient are.
We three kings of Orient are lyrics

Please practise singing along with this recording.

Next week it will be the phonics test where Year 2 get to show off their fantastic phonics skills. Don’t forget if you would like to practise your phonics skills over the weekend, you can login to Reading Eggs and go on the ‘fast phonics’ section of the website or you can go onto the Phonicsplay website and use the login details below.

Here is the link for the Phonics Play website: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/login
Username: march20
Password: home
 The games Dragon’s Den, Picnic on Pluto and Buried Treasure all involve sorting real and fake words.

Autumn 2 – Week 4

Stars of the week: Masroor and Belen

This week in Science, we investigated how you can change the shape of a material by twisting, squeezing, stretching and bending it. We tested a range of materials to see how they behaved!








This is our song which we are learning in class. Please practise and sing along at home.

Autumn 2 – Week 3

Stars of the Week: All of Class 2

Well done to everyone in Class 2 for such a superb collective worship. I have had lots of comments from other adults in the school telling me how much they enjoyed your beautiful singing and how impressed they were with your creative skills!

This week in Year 2, we have been learning how to login to our school email account and send emails to our friends. There are lots of different stages to remember and we will continue to practise our computing skills over this half term. If you would like to practise doing this at home, then just follow the stages below.

1) Type ‘chrome’ in the search bar so you can see the google home page.
2) Click ‘gmail’ in the top right hand corner.
3) Type your email address where it says email. (Remember to hold the shift key to get the @ sign)
4) Click ‘next’.
5) Then type in your password.
6) When you get into your ‘inbox’ you can then send an email.
7) To do this, click the ‘+ compose’ sign in the top left hand side.
8) Type your friend’s email address where it says ‘to’.
9) Write a message and then click send!
10) Read your emails that you have been sent.


Top Tips for staying safe online. Remember:

* don’t give away any personal information online or over emails
* only send messages to people that you know
* only type messages that you would say to your friend in person

Next week we will be learning about climate zones and continuing to recap the different continents. I wonder if you will be able to remember all 7?

Autumn 2 – Week 2

Stars of the week: Belen and Eleni

This week, Year 2 have been making our worry dolls. In PSHE we read the book ‘Silly Billy’ by Anthony Browne which gave us the idea.

In traditional and modern times, people would tell their doll about their sorrows, fears and worries, then hide it under their pillow during the night. Worry dolls are small, mostly hand-made dolls that originate from the highland indigenous people of Guatemala but are also found in Mexico.

Next week Year 2 will be starting to learn about subtraction.