End of term Celebration

For our last day in year 2, I asked the children what they wanted to do. They chose to have Fred and Barney out for a run and a cuddle so every child had the chance to feed them and have a hold.

Next we played ‘wink murder’ and then we played sharks in the hall. We all had so much fun.

Your children are all amazing and a real credit to you all. At the end of the day, one of our class members won the 100 percent attendance. How fantastic!

Lastly, I would like to thank you all so much for all of my wonderful gifts and cards . I have been overwhelmed by your generosity and such kind words. It really has been my pleasure to teach your children and to get to know you all.

I look forward to seeing you all in September. Have a great summer.

Pirate Day in Year 2

What a fabulous day today!

We had a treasure hunt to begin our day and we found gold chocolate coins, yummy.

Then we had a drama workshop with Becky from The Rep which was great fun. The children created frozen pictures and then acted out a short story. They did so well.

After lunch we had a game of pirates with our water pistols. The children got absolutely soaked!

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Show and Tell

The children, again have wowed me with their interests at home. We have had incredible maths, art, D&T and some fabulous story writing.

Maybe I need to work them harder at schoolπŸ˜‰ I am so proud of you all πŸ‘πŸΌ

Sports Day

Today year 2 had a fabulous Sports day at Beachcroft Tennis Club. The children behaved perfectly and had so much fun. Thank you to all the parents that came, and supported their children.

A huge thank you to Mr Holland for organising such a perfect day for us.

Refugee Week

On Friday, year 2 had a lesson to help their understanding of Refugees.

2BH were so sensitive about the needs of families and individuals that have to flee their homes and their countries because of conflict or persecution.

Talk to them about what they had learned in the lesson and what they had to do as an activity to support their understanding.