Year 2Mrs Williamson
Welcome to Year 2
Welcome to Year 2’s homepage where you will be able to keep up to date with our school year. You will also be able to see photographs of activities and trips the children are involved in.
Year 2 is an exciting year where the children move into a more formal setting and become even more of an independent learner. We have lots of exciting topics with one involving dressing up as a 1950s school child!
The teaching assistants in Year 2 are Mrs. Saint and Mrs. Stapleton.
Year 2 children always leave Year 2 confident and excited for their next adventure.
Tyler enjoyed drawing his adventure!
James dressed as 'James and the Giant Peach'!
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children made us very proud while performing 'Busy, Busy Bethlehem' in school during the run up to Christmas. Well done everyone!
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes took part in a sponsored 'Danceathon' in the school hall on Tuesday. They had great fun and danced their socks off for at least half an hour, non stop! Hopefully lots of money will be raised for the NSPCC to improve the lives of...
Children from Key Stage 1 performed a fantastic assembly on the theme of friendship to a packed hall on Wednesday 3rd July. The children put on an amazing show and the staff were very proud of them. Well done!
Year 2 enjoyed World Book Day by making bookmarks and also making a hat for a story character. They chose their favourite character then designed how to make it. The completed hats looked fabulous!
Year 2 children visited Whickham library to see all the interesting books. They found out that they can take up to 15 books out each time! We all chose a book to take home and enjoyed the visit very much.
Year 2 have been looking at animals that only come out at night as part of 'a dark, dark house' topic. They are called nocturnal animals. The children have been doing presentations to the whole class that they prepared at home. We have learned a lot of facts while...
This week, Year 2 won the attendance award for the first time. You can see Jack holding the cup very proudly.