I can’t believe we have already done three weeks in Year 2: it is flying by already! This week has been another busy one! We have been working hard on our place value knowledge and writing numbers to 100 in Maths and have been focusing on our sentence structure and punctuation in English. We have looked at the four countries that make up the UK in Geography and started our materials topic in Science. Perhaps our messiest lesson this week was our Art lesson, where we explored hot and cold colours – getting most of the paint on our hands by the looks of the pictures!
Well done to all our Superstars this week!
Well done to all of Reception for settling in so well!
Jaromir – for a fantastic attitude to learning this week, going above and beyond what has been asked for. Well done!
Lukas – for a fantastic attitude to learning this week, going above and beyond what has been asked for. Well done!
Thomas – for focusing well and trying hard in all areas of the curriculum.
Caitlin – for focusing well and trying hard in all areas of the curriculum.
Lottie – for excellent behaviour.
Jacob – for showing perseverance even when he finds work tricky.
Sara – for a fantastic effort in maths, answering questions during lessons.
Daniel T – for a fabulous effort during English lessons when writing his sentences.
Isla – for great engagement with the Genesis story of Creation.
Liam LJ – for persevering throughout a week of tricky maths lessons.
Gracie-May – for an accurately punctuated and emotive diary entry.
Niamh – for beautiful work in RE.
We thoroughly enjoyed our first Kurling session of the new season this morning. Our new recruits were shown the ropes by our experienced players and it wasn’t long before the first (highly competitive) games were underway. The Autumn term Kurling league will commence next week. Who will be crowned champion!
Year 2 started off their new Science topic today by searching for different materials, in and outside the classroom. They looked at different objects, the materials they were made from and considered reasons why this material suited its job. Here they are in action!
I’m super impressed with these wonderful puppets made by the children at Mrs Senyk’s craft club tonight.
Well done Maddie, Lily, Helena and Izzy. There are still places available, so if any more children would like to join, please have a chat with Mrs Senyk.
We joined the other Year 6 and 7 students and teachers from our unity cluster in the celebration of Mass today for the Feast Day of the Exhaltation of the Holy Cross.
It was a lovely way to end our week!
Thank you to all of our past and present Year 6’s who came to join us for pizza and chips tonight. It was great to see you all and hear how you are getting on in your secondary schools. Please, keep in touch!
We have had a wonderful week in Year One with some very busy bees!
We started by having our launch day on Monday for our new learning area WEATHER WATCH. We explored different seasons and what we would expect to find during each season. In the afternoon we went out to explore the environment around us in the local area, we looked for clues that showed what season it was. We all decided it was definitely Autumn as we found conkers, acorns and fallen leaves.
We have danced our week away making our hand muscles strong and flexible skills during Playdough disco.
We have formed our numbers and practised writing capital letters for writing in lots of different ways and are really trying to work on writing these correctly.
We finished the week learning even more about Liberty bear and her adventures. She got up to mischief in the classroom making a jigsaw and has gone for her first weekend away!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Well done to all our Superstars this week!
Hudson – for beautiful behaviour inside and outside the classroom.
Isabel – for joining in and asking questions when she is unsure.
Layla – for focusing well and trying her best in lessons.
Wiliam – for focusing well and trying his best in lessons.
Roman – for working hard with his 4 times tables, showing improvement.
Tessa – for lovely presentation in her work.
Elijah – for sharing his answers and contributing well to lessons.
Esme – for showing resilience in maths.
Laim G – for engaging fully in all subjects across the week.
Darragh – for pushing class discussion into new and fascinating areas.
Harry – for being a superb role model – always trying his hardest and making valuable contributions to lessons.
Lorcan – for showing great attention to detail in Geography when labelling a world map and sharing great general knowledge.