Year 2

Mrs D Robinson & Mrs S Kenny

Welcome to Year 2

In Year 2 we have so much fun!

We begin the year with an exciting Roald Dahl topic we dress up, write letters to Willie Wonka, write about our dreams and made some beautiful dream jars.

We work really hard in Maths lessons to learn our number bonds and know lots about measuring and telling the time. We also learn about three times tables as well as practicing our two, five and tens times tables.

Our other topics include The Great Fire of London and some famous people from history including Florence Nightingale and Christopher Columbus.

 

 

Monster Zoo

Our Reception Class and Key Stage 1 children had a fantastic walk along to Caedmon Hall to watch the performance of Monster Zoo. The performance was based upon the book Monster Zoo written by Amy Sparkes and illustrated by Sara Ogilvie. [gallery size="medium"...

We can order two digit numbers

The children from year 2 have been practising their number order skills by sorting a range of numbers from largest to smallest and then smallest to largest. Mrs Robinson and Mrs Kenny think they have worked really hard! [gallery size="medium"...

The Royal Races

There was some competition in Year 2 between some of our royal members.  The activity was to order a set of numbers, smallest to largest,  and label them 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  

Which bed looks the comfiest to you?

The Princess, from the story 'Princess and the Pea' had trouble sleeping on the highest bed when there was a pea underneath one of the mattresses. I can't decide which of these beds look the comfiest to me?  What do you think? [gallery size="large"...

Transition Week in Year 3

The focus on transition week in year 3 was the traditional tale Jack and the Beanstalk. One of maths activities was a data handling task.  In pairs we had to open a pea-pod, count the peas and record the total on a tally chart. Once we had opened all our pea pods we...

Performance Poetry in Year 2

As well as reading, discussing and writing their own poems, Year 2 children have also been working on their performance skills.  When you read a poem aloud it's really important that you say it at the correct speed, make the rhyming words stand out and take a breath...

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