Category Archives: Year 2

Kick-boxing

As part of our Future Learning Partnership, four children from year two had a go at some kick-boxing today. They went up to BBEC and did lots of different warm up activities, learnt lots of different kicks, and then put some of the moves that they had learnt into combinations. Here are some pictures from the afternoon:

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Year 2 Class Assembly

Year 2 – Autumn term 2

Hi there,

This is what we will be learning over the next half-term.

  • English –¬† Poetry – Christmas, Fiction – Little Red Riding Hood, Non-fiction – Recounts
    Maths – Subtraction, Measurement, Multiplication and Division
    Science – Animals, including humans
    Topic – History-Great Fire of London, Geography-Four countries and the capital cities of the UK.
    PE – Dance
    RE – The 10 commandments – Christmas
    ICT – Using the internet for research

Dates to remember!
14.11.17 School photos
17.11.17 Children in need
23.11.17 Class assembly
1.12.17 Christmas Fair
11.12.17 Christmas dinner
13.12.17 Christmas party
14.12.17 Carol concert

Lots of learning and lots of fun.

Mrs T Smith

Florence Nightingale visits Year 2

Year 2 have been finding out about significant people from the past. As part of their research, they have been looking at Florence Nightingale. Luckily, she was able to visit us in school and share her achievements and what life was really like during her lifetime.

 

Florence brought in some items for us to touch and see. There was also some smells so that we could really imagine what it was like at the hospital in Scutari.

We also did some drama. The children could choose whether to be porters or nurses.

They had to:

  • Travel to Scutari on a boat for 2 weeks
  • Clean the hospital at Scutari
  • Remove all dirty bandages and bedding
  • Use clean¬†clothes and clean sheets
  • Get rid of all the rats
  • Make sure that any injured soldiers had clean bandages
  • Give the soldiers healthy food to eat
  • Empty bed pans!!!

 

Florence Nightingale was significant because she changed how people were looked after when they were ill. Her changes to nursing are still used today. She was known as the “Lady of the Lamp” because at night time¬†she would go and check on the soldiers with a small lamp in her hand.

Year 2 really enjoyed their visit from Florence Nightingale.

Mrs T Smith

Welcome back to Year 2

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Welcome back to school Year 2.

Over the next half-term we will be learning about:

English -Poetry Р Free verse РMonkeys eat bananas
Poetry Р  Fiction РCharacter descriptions
Maths РNumber and place value    Addition and subtraction
ICT – Internet safety
Science – Animals, including humans
Topic РNurturing Nurses
RE – God and Creation
Art – Guiseppe Abercrombie
PE – Fridays
Library – Thursdays

Thank you

Mrs T Smith

 

Welcome Back!!

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Welcome back to school everybody after the six week holidays we hope you had a good break. We have welcomed all the new reception children now and they seem to be settling in to their new class really well.

Year 6 digital leaders.

Year 2 Bridlington 2017

Transition Day

We hope everyone has had an amazing transition day and we welcome all the new children in reception and the new teachers.

We welcome back Miss Briggs back from maternity leave and our new cover supervisor, Mrs Rawlinson, who will be working with Year 6.

Hope you like our first blog post

Digital Leaders

 

Sports Day

On Friday morning, the whole school took part in Sport’s Day! Everyone had a great time and the overall winners were¬†JUPITER!¬†Well done to everyone who competed – especially the parents who ran in the race at the end! A big thanks to all the year six children who helped on the stations, and Mrs Kauser for providing refreshments. The video below contains the photos from the morning…

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E-Safety Coffee Morning (THIS FRIDAY)

As you are aware internet safety is a key issue for most parents and schools in this ever changing and technology driven world. The NSPCC state, 1 in 4 children¬†have experienced something upsetting on a social networking site” and 1 in 3 children¬†have been a victim of cyber-bullying”

We want to keep the children at St.Paul’s as safe as possible online.¬†On Friday, PCSO Luke Carson has been invited to present some information to parents and carers about children’s safety online. All parents and carers are welcome to come and hear ways in which we can keep children safe and also be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

The coffee morning will start at 8:45 and there will be refreshments. Please let us know if you would like to attend by returning the slip on the letter, phoning or calling in at the office or commenting below.

Thank you