Year 2Miss Sutcliffe, Miss Megson and Miss Greenwell
Welcome to Year 2! Our teachers are Miss Sutcliffe, Miss Megson and Miss Greenwell. In Year 2 we are learning about Street Detectives and Remembrance. In Street Detectives we will be looking at our local area of Teams. We will be using aerial photographs to devise our own maps and plans, and will identify human and physical geographical features within Teams. In our Remembrance topic we will be learning about World War I and thinking carefully about how and why we remember those who died in this conflict. Please visit our page and see what we are up to.
Today in Year 2 our teachers from Shanghai came into class. At the beginning of the lesson Grace and Yo Yo taught us a song in Chinese. We will be learning more of the song over the next few weeks. We then learned about firecrackers. Grace and Yo Yo told us that...read more
We were very excited to attend the award ceremony for ‘The Places in Writing’ project last night at Kingsmeadow School. The whole school took part in the writing competition which focussed on the theme of ‘Place’ and our entries, along with those of other Gateshead...read more
Yesterday afternoon Year 2 walked to St Chad’s Church in Bensham to learn about the features of a Christian Church. Reverend Meg gave us a tour of the church, explaining what the objects and furniture are called and what they are for. Some of the things we found out...read more
As part of International Week, each class created a piece of artwork inspired by their country studied. We used a range of materials and art techniques to produce our fantastic artwork. On Friday afternoon, each class visited our whole school art exhibition to learn...read more
Year 2 have thoroughly enjoyed International Week and learnt ever so much about the history, geography, art and culture of the USA. We can't wait to share our learning with you in our Achievement Assembly on Monday! On Wednesday we took part in a workshop with Mel...read more
Years 4, 5 and 6 had a special assembly with the NSPCC where they discussed the importance of ‘Speak out. Stay safe.’ They learned how sharing a worry makes it much easier to cope with. The children also learned about the different types of abuse and what they mean....read more