Class Information and Welcome
We are a happy class of 28. Our teacher is called Mr Blake and our teaching assistant is called Mrs Riley. We learn new things everyday and enjoy school very much.
We love singing and enjoy performing to the rest of the school and parents when we do our Nativity play at Christmas and our class assembly.
We work hard and love to take home stickers and certificates.
We need a PE kit in school everyday. We remember to bring our book bags to school each morning and work hard on our reading throughout the week.
We also enjoy practising our spellings and playing maths games at home using the TT Rock Stars website.
We are also sharpening our grammar skills online this year using the spag.com website.
I have added a lot of grammar quizzes to the children's SPAG accounts for them to complete at their own pace. Please discuss with your child any areas that they are unsure of.
Year 2 had a brilliant time at Graves Park Leisure Centre today (Monday 2nd March). The children spent the morning developing and practicing a range of gymnastic skills. Here are a few photos of the children in action.
A big thank you to Mrs Bradshaw for leading four maypole dancing lessons this term. The children really enjoyed the sessions. Have a look at a video and a few action shots below.
Year 2 had a fantastic day today (Thursday 6th January) learning about bread! Mrs Woodhouse came to talk to the children about the Warburtons story and healthy eating. The children also had the opportunity to bake bread hedgehogs. Here are a few photos from the visit.
Year 2 enjoyed a session today (Friday 24th January) learning from historical artefacts. Mrs Morton brought in historical artefacts her father collects to show the children. Many of the items the children looked at dated back to 1666! Thank you for coming in to deliver such an interesting lesson.
Year 2 enjoyed investigating different materials on the school playground today (Tuesday 21st January). Here are a few shots at the young scientists at work.
Here our some topic homework ideas for our 'Great Fire of London' topic.
Well done Year 2 for your hard work preparing your class assembly this week. We hope you enjoyed the performance!
A big thank you to Mrs Plant for coming to tell the children all about the story of Eyam today (Tuesday 14th January). The children found your presentation very interesting!
Over the last couple of weeks we have created a larger reading corner and made lots of reading challenges for the children to have a go at. Here are a few pictures of the children working on their reading challenges (printed on individual cards) today (Tuesday 26th November).
Year 2 had an enjoyable visit to Eckington Woods today (Thursday 17th October). The children completed lots of activities linked to our topic 'Why do animals need a habitat'?
We had a fantastic morning finding out about Owls with Mr Morley this morning (Tuesday 15th October). The children found out lots of fascinating facts and enjoyed watching Mr Morley's owls flying in the school hall. Here are some action shots from the morning.
It would be fantastic to have some topic homework in this term from the children. Here are some ideas to help start those creative ideas flowing...
Year Two had great fun today (Tuesday 24th September) on our class trip to Matlock Bath. The weather didn't dampen our spirits and we were still able to get outside for a spot of pond dipping. The children founds out lots of information to support our topic 'Why do animals need a habitat?' and were even able to find out what owls eat by investigating their pellets! Thank you to all the parent helpers that made this trip possible.
The children had a fantastic time today (Friday 13th September) celebrating Roald Dahl Day. Here are some photos of the children dressed up as their favourite characters.
The children had great fun today (Friday 13th September) working on a ladybird reasoning challenge. Well done children for working so hard on this puzzle!
Year Two had great fun today (Wednesday 11th September) completing their shoe box habitats. Look below to have a look at their finished work. Well done Year 2!
Year Two had great fun today (Tuesday 10th September) looking for minibeasts on the school field. The children were able to identify several different species and discuss what animals need from their habitat.