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Welcome to Year 2 

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Miss Spowart and Miss Roache

The topics we cover this year are:

India

Land Ahoy!

The Great Fire of London

 

Look below to see some of things we have been up to!

Our email address is: year2@kingsleyschool.org.uk.

This is checked regularly however, if you need to speak to a member of staff as a matter of urgency, please either speak to a member of the leadership team on the gate on a morning or ring the school office.

Here are our curriculum jigsaws for 2021-2022.

If you require any additional information regarding our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher or a member of the Leadership Team.

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We have had a great day taking part in Red Nose Day!

Take a look at some of our brilliant D.T work, showing the structures that we saw around school and the materials the structures were made from.

Year 2 have been learning all about structures in D.T and have been on a walk around school to see what structures they could find. We looked closely at what materials the structures were made out of.

Take a look at our amazing World Book Day and Literacy displays!

We had a fantastic World Book Day, we completed some World Book Day activities and came to school in some great costumes! Here are some of our costumes in Miss Roache's class.

 

Here are some of our costumes in Miss. Spowart's class for World Book Day 2022.

For Safer Internet Day, on the 8th of February 2022, we talked about how we can be respectful and safe online. We talked about the different ways we could seek help if we felt uncomfortable online.

Look at some of the work we completed.

Homework

Aaliyah created her own story about Mr and Mrs Grinling from our class book- The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch. Miss Spowart is very proud!

Take a look at some of our fantastic classroom displays!

In Literacy, we have been completing activities linked to our class book- The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch.

We have enjoyed trying different foods linking to the story to help us with our writing. We used lots of fantastic adjectives to describe the different foods we tasted!

We wrote our own disgusting sandwich recipe and diary entry linked to the story. Look at some of our fantastic work.

In P.E we have been learning all about gymnastics. We have enjoyed practising some jumps, turns, leaps, rolls and balances! 

Some of the turns, jumps, leaps, rolls and balances we have practised are:

The stork leap, arabesque, 1/2 turn, full turn, cat leap, 3 point balance, 4 point balance and teddy bear roll.

Miss Spowart and Miss Roache are very proud of our fantastic gymnastic skills!

In Maths we have been learning all about division and the difference between groups of two and two equal groups. We have worked together in pairs to show our understanding of this. Well done everyone!

In Maths we have been learning all about grouping. We have used concrete objects such as cubes to practise grouping in twos, fives and tens. 

In R.E, we have been learning about why the Bible is special to Christians and what it teaches us about God. We listened to the story ' The Lost Son' and ordered it with a partner. Also, we talked about how God is a creator and learnt the creation story. Have a look at some of our work below.

 

As part of our India topic, we learnt about the different fruit that can grow in India and why Monsoon rain is important for farmers.

For Design and Technology, We practised our cutting skills and made our own fruit kebab. We followed the design brief and evaluated our kebabs after we had ate them!

In Computing we have been learning all about online safety. We have looked at and discussed how to stay safe online and have created some fantastic pieces of work related to online safety! Take a look at some of our work below.

In RSHE we have been learning lots about choices and good relationships. We have also discussed what bullying is and who we can go to for help/how we can help others. Also, we have worked very hard on thinking about how we can be kind to others and listening to others point of view.

 

As part of Local History Week, we learnt about The HMS Trincomalee

and talked about why it was important to Hartlepool.

Look below to see us working with our partner to order the voyages of the ship and to see some of the tasks we completed during this week.

 

In Art, we listened to the aboriginal story- The Rainbow Serpent. First, we drew 3 parts of the story and wrote sentences to match. Then, we drew The Rainbow Serpent and decided on a design for our painting. Finally, we made our own aboriginal dot painting. 

 

In Science, our new topic is 'Materials'. First, we sorted different materials based on their properties. We really enjoyed completing two different experiments- 'Which material is best for an umbrella?' and 'Which surface will a car travel the furthest?'

Miss Spowart and Miss Roache were very proud of how the children planned their experiments- we have some super scientists! :) 

For Remembrance Day we discussed that the poppy is a sign of remembrance, we then used paint and oil pastels to paint poppies. We had lots of fun painting the poppies! Take a look at some of our fantastic work!

If you require any additional information regarding our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher or a member of the Leadership Team.
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