Category: year2


Year 2 had a brilliant time at the disco. A big thank you to all the parents that helped to organise such fantastic afternoon.

Leavers Show

A special thank you to Mrs Spenceley for filming and producing this year’s Leaver Show, we hope you all enjoy it…..

Sponsored Slide

We lots of fun today taking part in a Sponsored Slide.   Thank you to the wonderful Friends of Merry Hill for arranging it.

Roald Dahl Day

Year 2 have had a wonderful Roald Dahl Day today. The day began with ENORMOUS crocodile making. Followed by the creation of a WONDERCRUMP dream jar. Then a SPLENDIFEROUS workshop by The Roald Dahl Museum (as featured on our Blog on 24th June). Then a SCRUMDIDDLY-UMPTIOUS picnic on the field. And finally we created a …

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During our Mindful Monday sessions we have been learning about kites. At the  beginning of the topic we looked at kites to find out how they were made and the different designs. Then we experimented with different ways to attach the spine and spar together as we had noticed that they needed to be strong …

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Science – Animals

In science we have been learning to describe how a habitat meets the basic needs of an animal. We made our own Tops Trumps Cards for the animals deciding upon a score out of 10 for habitat, diet and speed of the chosen animal. Here we are making and playing with the cards. The National …

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Year 2 Sports Day

With some wonderful Year 6 helpers we had a fun filled Sports Day on Thursday. Here are some photos of us competing in the activities.

Roald Dahl

We are huge fans of Roald Dahl stories in Year 2.  Over the year we have enjoyed listening to them during our snack times and some of the children are reading them themselves. This week in English, each table received an envelope containing the clues to a Roald Dahl character. The children worked together to …

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This half term in design and technology we are learning about kites. We have started our topic by looking at kites and identifying the different parts and how they are made. We plan to use what we have found out to help us make our own kites. We even had a go at flying kites …

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Calligrams, or shape poems as they are otherwise known, are poems written in the shape of the subject. We have spent the past two weeks in English lessons looking at some examples where the poem is a single word, some where the poem’s shape is made with the words and some where the words fill …

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