Congratulations Year 2!
I wonder what your treat will be?
Last week, Year 2 performed Croak as part of their class assembly. All of the children sang beautifully and said their words clearly. It was amazing!
It was very exciting at school today because our eggs began hatching, a day early!
At the end of the school day, we had three new chicks and three more hatched by 5.30 so we have six.
They are amazing and we can’t wait to hold them, once they have rested and dried out. It also looks like we will have more chicks by tomorrow as our last four eggs have all started cracking too.
On Tuesday 4th June, Year 2 visited The Word in South Shields as part of their topic work on transport. When we were there, we worked on computers, with 2Create a Superstory, and used coding to make an electronic transport book with moving pictures. We became engineers with Lego Wedo and made moving boats and aeroplanes. Finally, we were filmed in front of the green screen talking and singing about different forms of transport. This was then edited together and special effects added and the result was amazing! We look forward to sharing our film with friends and family at our class assembly on Friday 14th June.
What a great day we had!
Key Stage One had a brilliant morning doing their sponsored ‘Move a Mile!’
We ran, skipped, hopped, crawled and danced our way around the track.
We were exhausted once we had finished!
Year 2 had a great time at the park for their 100% attendance treat.
Year 2 showed off their amazing talents, taking part in South Tyneside’s music festival at the Customs House. They performed Sleeping Beauty, along with four other schools, after singing their fabulous individual song ‘A Million Dreams’
It was all very exciting and there were lots of nerves but they were fantastic and I’m so proud of them all!
To celebrate Sign Language Week, Year 2, Reception and Nursery have been learning how to sign along while singing.
Let us know what you think of our amazing signing!
In Year 2 we have been learning about chocolate. We have explored where it comes from, how it is made today, and the history of it. We made and tasted the first Mayan ‘hot chocolate’ drink, chocolatl and thought it was very bitter! As a contrast, we made modern hot chocolate and this was delicious!