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Summer Holidays here we come!We can't believe how quickly this year has flown by! We're now in our final and busiest half term. Sports days, productions, reports and so much more!
In 2 months and 1 day we say goodbye to our current teachers!
This means we are 0 % of the way to the summer holidays!
Category Archives: Year 2
Last Monday, Year 2 were lucky enough to have 3 flying visitors come to see them in their classrooms! The feathered birdsRead the Rest »
To mark the end of our Castle, Knights and Dragons topic, Year 2 celebrated with a Castle themed day. The children cameRead the Rest »
To start our ‘Castle’ topic off with a bang, Year 2 were lucky enough to visit our local castle! We walked all the wayRead the Rest »
Somerford school have started a new club for enthusiastic model makers. We are open to Key Stage 1 and have had aRead the Rest »
Last Friday Year 2 had a wonderful trip into Christchurch as part of our ‘Christchurch’ topic this half term. We were allRead the Rest »
On Monday 15th October Mr Stone came into school and carried out a drama workshop where Year 2 acted out The Great Fire of London!Read the Rest »
During the summer break we saw the arrival of new dining tables for our younger children. The new tables look great, areRead the Rest »
Year Two’s first topic of the year is The Great Fire of London! The children have been reading Samuel Pepys’ diary andRead the Rest »
Last Monday, the rain managed to hold off for one day so that KS1 and FS2 could have their sports day! It was the firstRead the Rest »
Last Friday, the 24 children from years 1, 2 and 3 who received the highest amount of mini olympic points in theRead the Rest »
On Wednesday 30th May Amethyst class challenged Ruby class to play the maths games they had created during Numeracy. The children were given theRead the Rest »