Year Two

Miss Archibald
YEAR 2

 

Welcome to Year 2!

We are all raring to go and excited about a busy year ahead. Here you will find important information and what we have been up to.

So far we have been settling in well and getting used to the new routines.  We will be having lots of fun learning, new and exciting things happening throughout the year and of course producing some fantastic work!

The children will be given homework every Friday which is to be returned on a Wednesday. Spellings will be given out every Monday where they will be tested on the following Friday.

You will also find everything we will be learning this year on our class topic web, which is uploaded onto the school website. We will be beginning the year with Australia! G’day mate!

Don’t forget to check our class page regularly for updates, photographs and recounts of the activities we’ve enjoyed.

We have a busy year ahead of us and cannot wait to get started.

Miss Archibald and Miss Marsh

Year 2 School Council representatives are:

Year Two Multi-Skills

Year Two had a fantastic trip to Cardinal Hume where we took part in a range of different activities. We had a great time and can't wait to try them in our own PE...

Gymnastics in Year 2

In Year 2 we have been practicing our gymnastics skills. We have been learning to do forward rolls, handstands, round offs and cartwheels. It was quite tricky at first but we soon got the hang of it. Check out our fantastic...

Eating well in Year 2

In Year 2 we have been looking at healthy eating and what we need to do to stay healthy.  We have made a food journal and sorted food into categories. Look at our...

Mister Twisters

As a reward for their fantastic attendance during their time in Year One, the current Year Two children enjoyed a fun morning at Mister Twisters....

Year 2 – Aboriginal Artwork

In Year 2 our topic this term is Australia! We started the topic by reading some Aboriginal folk tales, we then found out facts about the Aboriginal people and came across some very interesting artwork!  Did you know that Aboriginal art has survived for thousands of...

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