Year 2 Class News

Lexia

Posted on Sunday 31 May 2020 by Mrs Taylor

Hope you’re all happy and healthy and you’ve enjoyed the sunshine during half term.

We wanted to share that a few children have reached their next level in Lexia.

Well done to Hafsa, Zhuokai, Olivia and Penelope. Great work!

If any families need help with accessing Lexia while you are at home, please do contact us ([email protected] and [email protected]).

 

Another busy week at home…

Posted on Friday 22 May 2020 by Mrs Freeman

Another week has passed by. Well done to everyone for continuing with your home learning as much as you can.

This week, we have been scientists, spellers, artists, designers, photographers, poets, clock watchers and much much more.

Enjoy the weekend and stay safe!

The scores are in!

Posted on Friday 22 May 2020 by Mrs Taylor

Last week, the Year 2 adults were set a challenge to try and identify members of the class based on their baby photos. We have thoroughly enjoyed looking through the photos and trying to match them up – some being easier than others! All the staff would like to say a big thank you for giving us this challenge. It was great fun and it definitely made us smile.

As requested, here are the scores and, with no cheating, the winner is…

Mrs Maqbool who felt very proud to get them all right and get 22 points!

In second place was Mrs Bharath with 20 points.

In joint third place was Mrs Freeman and Mrs Taylor both with 18 points.

Thank you to all the families who took part in this challenge.

A week at Moortown

Posted on Monday 18 May 2020 by Mr Owen

Hi everyone,

How are you all? I hope you’ve had a good weekend and are raring to go for another week of home learning.

We had a good week at school last week. We made about as much sweet music as 8 children under 10 can make with xylophones…

We constructed weird and wonderful creations with bricks…

and tried something new when we made some lovely artwork with coloured sand.

What have you tried that was new?

Home learning

Posted on Saturday 16 May 2020 by Mrs Taylor

What great expressive reading of the recent fluency text!

Using Oxford Owl online is a great way to read a variety of texts.

Another creative design of the Eiffel Tower and a visit to see the real thing!

Wow – this model must taken some time and patience.

I also managed to find a photo from visiting Paris 15 years ago!

We loved this junk modelling – combining design technology, science and money education!

More creative junk modelling

Great money education and homophone spelling learning.

Science – experiments and trees

Keeping calm with some yoga

Possible Junior Bake Off contestant here having made their sisters’ birthday cake. Yummy!

More Lexia success

Posted on Thursday 14 May 2020 by Mrs Taylor

We’ve had some more Lexia success with Sunny, Hafsa, Theo and Zhuokai achieving their next level. Great work – keep it up!

Lexia is a great online resource to support your child’s reading.

Do let us know ([email protected] and [email protected]) if you need any help with accessing this resource at home at the moment.

 

Bonjour all the way from France

Posted on Wednesday 13 May 2020 by Mrs Freeman

Year 2 have been learning about France and  Europe.

In Paris, the capital city of France, there is a very famous landmark called the Eiffel Tower. Shortlist Announced for Competition to Redesign the Eiffel Tower ...After finding out lots of facts about the Eiffel Tower, the children created their own.

Special delivery

Posted on Wednesday 13 May 2020 by Mrs Taylor

Today, we received a special delivery for the Year 2 staff and we are all excited to take up our challenge! Thank you!

Home learning at school

Posted on Wednesday 13 May 2020 by Mrs Taylor

Some of our class are completing their home learning at school at the moment.

Look at these great drawings of the Eiffel Tower.

 

Learning a new skill of touch typing…

 

A picture paints a thousand words.

Posted on Tuesday 12 May 2020 by Mrs Freeman

Year 2 are currently learning how to spell there, their and they’re.

Today, one of the children sent in a picture using one of these spellings. It made me stop and think just how proud we are of all our children.

One picture can paint a thousand words!

“They’re helping us.”