2W

Welcome to 2W.

The Class Teacher is Miss Warner and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Eede.

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Happy Easter!

Well done to all those who created an Easter Bonnet, they all looked fabulous! The Easter Bonnet parade was a lovely way to spend our last morning at school together before the holidays.

Thank-you for all your continued hard work and support, the children have achieved a lot this term! Next term will be another exciting but busy term so please have a restful Easter break and come back refreshed ready to tackle the new term with energy and enthusiasm! 

Reverend Sue reads a story

This morning year 2 were lucky enough to have Reverend Sue come and talk to them in Collective Worship and a session afterwads. She read them a story about the Boston Mouse and discussed how the church is always a safe and welcoming place for anybody at any time. The children also had the opportunity to open up to Reverend Jane and ask her any questions thy wanted to know. 

World Book Day Take 2!

Today Year 2 had fun dressing up as their favourite book characters for World Book Day; I barely recognised some of them! As part of our whole school ‘where will reading take you?’ project we read books from other cultures. Our favourite was ‘We’re going on a Lion Hunt’ by David Axtell, which depicts the story of two young girls travelling through Africa to try and find a Lion. The children enjoyed acting it out and comparing it to we’re going on a bear hunt. What a fun day! 

Who did it!?

Today, during break time, Year 2 had an intruder! There were broken chairs, Miss Warner's chair was stolen, there were 3 bowls and cups, doors were left wide open and there was lots of porridge....Year 2 had to work out who the culprit was and why they decided to break in to St Thomas'. Watch this space for some of amazing newspaper reports!

Reverend Jane visits year 2

 

This afternoon year 2 had the privilege of having an RE session with Rev. Jane. They discussed the importance of Lent and Easter and the significance of Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent. Rev Jane also brought in some ashes to show the children and demonstrated how they put crosses on people's heads during the Ash Wednesday Service. Rev. Jane also helped the children think about their spiritiuality and all of the different ways they can communicate with God. At the end of the session the children also got to ask Rev. Jane some questions and they really enjoyed testing her knowledge and seeing what wisdom she could impart! 

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