Year 2


P.E in Class 2

Class 2 have been learning how to balance on different body parts and have been working in teams to make unusual balancing shapes. Have a look at our photographs! 

 

 

 

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 13 February 2019

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Dive into a good book!

We took 'Under the Sea' pictures of ourselves in a snorkel mask for our reading corner showing us reading a book. We love them and find them very funny! We have written book reviews of our favourite books from home and thought carefully about what we liked about the story, the content of the…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 13 February 2019

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Our S.I.T.E project!

Year two designed and made some amazing bird feeders for our wildlife area. In our S.I.T.E lessons we combine science, innovation, technology and engineering to learn in depth about how to design and produce a usable product. The children love S.I.T.E and have very much enjoyed the process…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 13 February 2019

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Australia Day

Class Two had a WONDERFUL time dressing up for Australia Day. Please have a look through the photographs to see the fabulous activities that they did! The children made chocolate and coconut Lamingtons which is a traditional Australian dessert, painted some fantastic aboriginal artwork and…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 13 February 2019

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Harvest Festival

Class Two performed the story of 'The Enormous Turnip' as part of the Harvest Festival assembly in the hall. We had some super actors and actresses who played the parts of the farmer, the farmer's wife, the daughter, the son, the dog, the cat and the mouse! We all helped to papermache the turnip -…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 15 October 2018

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Baby Rosie's Christening

To enhance our learning in RE, Reverend Anslow kindly welcomed us to All Saint's Parish church for a mock Christening service.

The children chose to name the baby doll Rosie, after the Yorkshire rose flower. We chose parents, Godparents and Grandparents for the baby. We all wore our special…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 15 October 2018

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R.E in Class 2

In R.E this term our aims are to recall and name different beliefs and practices, including festivals, worship, rituals and ways of life, in order to find out about the meanings behind them. We are gaining understanding and recognising different ways that people express beliefs and values. 

The…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 2 October 2018

Our new classroom

Class Two have really enjoyed helping to set up their new classroom. We have got an under the sea reading corner and lots of dinosaur things to look at linking to our class topic, We are feeling very grown up as our classroom is now up the stairs and we have a special responsibility of keeping our…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 20 September 2018

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Fantastic Start

Class Two have had a fantastic first couple of days and a wonderful start to their school year. The children were all thrilled to find that they had a new classroom upstairs and were using the 'grown up' cloak room lockers and have settled into their new class extremely well. Our topic this half…

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 13 September 2018

Welcome to Class 2

My name is Miss Wilson and you will find me teaching in year two at Bramham Primary School. I have been teaching for eight years and love everything about being in the classroom! Before joining the Bramham team, I worked at Shadwell Primary School so I know the expectations, the staff and the…

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 12 September 2018

When we were in Class 1.............

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 1 September 2018

Computing

This half term the children have been developing their digital literacy skills whilst using the laptops to create an e-book. Our book is all about the seaside so the children have been using software to create digital art and will type a short sentence on each page. 

 

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Posted by Miss Camm on 2 July 2018