It’s time to celebrate Diwali!

Along with the whole school, Year 2 children had the opportunity to take part in a professionally led dance workshop this week. This was intended to be an immersive event to start our PE focus on dance, to support and enhance our curriculum learning around RE and...

It’s time to celebrate Harvest Festival!

Year 2, along with the whole school, had a wonderful afternoon at St Luke’s church, celebrating and giving thanks for Harvest. We had to sing ‘Big Red Combine harvester’ as this has become a bit of a school tradition but also really enjoyed learning...

Our final R-time of this half term.

The activity this week was to ask our partners, ‘what has made you proud?’ and then to listen carefully to the response and share it (if it was OK with the person who gave it). What the children came up with certainly made us adults very...

Our Monday Morning R-time session

Our R-Time sessions are always a special moment in our week, but the one this Monday was particularly pleasing. To reflect our involvement in Harvest Festival, the partners were asked to find something that could agree they were both grateful for. Just have a look at...

Our Clay Day.

As part of our bespoke curriculum, we like to immerse the children in experiences which support deep, rich learning. Today was devoted to clay; its role in our town’s development through both a historical and geographical perspective as well as the uses of clay...

Archie’s 3.

One of our Home learning activities last week was to draw our digits and then turn them into a picture. Archie, the older brothers to one of our year 2s, helped his little brother out. He produced a number of pictures but was particularly proud of the three that he...