Year 2

Pirate Adventure

Pirate Adventure

Year 2 had a brilliant day out at the Royal Navy Museum in Hartlepool. Children started the day with a small parade showcasing their fantastic pirate costumes. The children visited the historic 18th century seaport, toured the HMS Trincomalee, visited the exhibition of the HMS Prosperity and much more!

Growing plants

Growing plants

Year 2 children have produced some wonderful work in science and have been focusing on the needs of a plant. We looked at temperature, light and water. Children focused on a glossary of new words to add and enhance their scientific writing. This included: nutrients, temperature, energy, survive. Children were asked to produce a piece… Continue Reading

Year 2 – Design and Build a Pirate Ship

Year 2 – Design and Build a Pirate Ship

Year 2 have had a brilliant but messy week in class building their pirate ships. Children used plastic bottles, glitter, card, glue, plant canes, paint, rice (to stabilise the bottle) to make their ship. Children also produced lost treasure maps and wanted posters which they then inserted into the bottles. Continue Reading

Year 2 – Homophones

Year 2 – Homophones

Year 2 children tested their knowledge of homophones today and wrote sentences using: their, there and they’re; as well as two, to, and too. Children had to decide which was the correct word based on the context within the sentence that was read to them.   Continue Reading

Year 2 shape

Year 2 shape

Year 2 children have been working really hard in numeracy this week and focused on two very different yet challenging objectives: exploring the similarities and differences of 3-D shapes; and 2-Step word problems. In geometry, children focused on comparing the properties of 3-D shapes by looking at faces, edges and vertices or vertex of a shape.… Continue Reading