In maths, year 2 children learned how to make the same amount of money with different values of coin today.
Children looked at (£) pound and (p) and used coins to help with their addition.
Group 2 children led a beautiful liturgy in class this morning based on the theme of opportunities. Children prepared by setting a small alter with a cross, candle and bible. The children then asked their peers to walk to the carpet and sit silently in a group circle around the alter. Children sat and made… Continue Reading
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
Two Mini Vinnies joined in the Good Shepherd Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral on Thursday 23rd May. During the Mass, the children were invited up to the altar to hand over their donation as well as the artwork they had made. The children handed in a cheque for two hundred pounds… Continue Reading
Year 2 children have had a busy week and have planned and wrote another original story. Children used their senses to help them produce a wonderful plan to help them structure their narrative. In class we focused on expanded noun phrases, using commas to separate items in a list and speech to help create the… Continue Reading
In literacy today, Year 2 were busy writing their Amazing Pebble Story. The children put lots of work into their plans and focused on characters, descriptions, settings, a problem and a solution. The theme was pirates! Children focused on a magical pebble that magically transported their character to a period when pirates ruled the seas!… Continue Reading
Dear parents, The following information is intended to answer any questions you may have on the Year 2 SATs for 2019, as well as to provide useful links to previous SAT papers. What are SATs? SATs are national tests that children take twice during their primary school life. Firstly, at the end of Key Stage 1 (KS1) in Year… Continue Reading
Today in R.E., children learned about how the Holy Spirit can help Christians in their everyday lives. Children had plenty of wonderful ideas which included: giving me the strength to be brave, giving me confidence to make new friends, making me want to be the best I can be… The children wrote a short… Continue Reading
During Lent, children were made aware of two charities that we would be supporting as part of our work around social justice. The children were encouraged to ‘Give It Up’ as part of the CAFOD campaign to support their work overseas in countries effected by poverty. Children listened to the story of Rabiul from Bangladesh… Continue Reading
Year 2 continued their super work in Microsoft Office applications today by learning how to use power point to make a presentation on Neil Armstrong. The children learned how to create and save a document, use transitions and animations, and how to create multiple slides about different topics. Continue Reading