World Book Day!

We all loved spending an entire day reading books and making resources for special story sacks for the school library. Take a look at some of the things we made and our fantastic outfits!  

Space Homework Projects – Lifeboats

Our space homework projects were literally out of this world! Thank you to all of the children and families for your incredible hard work in making these projects come to life.

Computing – Space Presentations

In computing sessions this half term, we have been creating PowerPoint presentations based on what we have been learning about space and our sun in particular. We have been researching what makes our solar system so special and how the earth relies on the sun in order for life to exist by using books from… More

Clay Sculptures Based on Joan Miro

This half term we have been studying the surrealist artist Joan Miro. Miro was a Spanish painter, sculptor and potter who was born in Barcelona in 1893. A lot of Miro’s artwork involved him warping real life objects by changing their size, shape or by putting them in unusual places. Using these ideas as inspiration,… More

Reading Booster Club

Our Year 2 Booster Clubs are now up and running. Our first session with our groups was fantastic! Everyone who attended worked hard, listened to their teacher’s advice, helped each other and, most importantly, had fun. Before we started, we all got the chance to go to the library and pick a book for home…. More

Welcome Back – Spring Term

Everyone in the year group has came back to school settled and with a fantastic attitude this week and what a busy week it has been! In literacy, we started a new class story book ‘Man on the Moon (a day in the life of Bob)’. It is brilliant story about a fascinating, if not… More

Year 2 Multi-Skills Competition

On Thursday, half of the year group, who didn’t go in year one, got the chance to go to Blyth Sports Centre to take part in a Multi-Skills event. We had an incredible time and throughout the afternoon adults from the Blyth and Bedlington School Sports Partnership commented on our excellent behaviour. The focus of… More

Den Building

What a fantastic day we had on Tuesday with Chris the den building man! He brought lots of special equipment with him and we listened carefully to his instructions so that we could work safely as part of a team. We thought carefully about what our den structure was going to look like before we… More

Key Stage One Trip to Beamish

This week, on Wednesday, we were lucky enough to be able to visit Beamish Museum in County Durham as part of our houses and homes history topic. Our day was littered with memorable experiences and learning opportunities which really brought the past to life. When we first arrived, some of us waited patiently at the… More

The Dark

This week we started a new class novel called ‘The Dark’ by Lemony Snicket. The children have loved predicting what the story might be about and have produced some amazing art work, dances and poems based on their interpretations of the dark as it is described at the start of the book. We were really… More