Year 2 enjoyed their visit to Southsea Castle where we learnt about its link to Henry the VIII.
Year 2 have written their own animal riddles. We got a chance to try them out with Year 1
Year 2 have been hard at work, planning, measuring, cutting, sewing and decorating to make coats for their teddy bears.
They were very happy with the result.
Year 2 are learning about the Pacific Islands including what Hawaiians wear as their national dress.
Year 2 learnt how to be safe on their scooters out and about in Portsmouth.
Year 2 decided to show our faith in action by organising a bake sale to raise money for refugees as a result of our RE lessons and assemblies.
We raised £64- what a great way to start of the half term holiday.
Thank you all who helped raised this money.
Year 2 visited Manor Infant School and performed songs about Fairy Tales. We even sang on our own and did a wonderful job at entertaining the other school children that were there. The whole class represented the school in the best possible way.
Year Two's phenomenal Take-away homework.
You've done yourselves proud.
Year 2 enjoyed their walk to Victoria Park, and used their knowledge of physical features and compass points. We used our observations to create maps when we got back to school.
A group of Year 2 children took part in the folk dance festival at the Irish Club in October- we got to meet other children and join in with the Ceilidh dances we had learnt.
Year 2 had a wonderful introduction to our 'Great Fire of London' topic with our drama day led by Mrs Amey.
During the day we pretended to be the growing fire and rows of Tudor houses. We all got a chance to dress up in Stuart style clothes and act out what happened on those eventful 5 days in 1666.