Welcome to our class, our class teacher is Miss Suthers.
We currently have 29 children in our class and are supported by Miss Stokes, Mrs Holden, Mrs Lee and Mrs Barrie.
On a Friday, your child will bring home a piece of Maths and/or English homework practising something from class and should be returned on Monday.
Home Readers and Free Readers are monitored every Monday and Thursday. Please make sure you are reading regularly and read the same book at least twice so children can develop fluency.
Your child will also bring home their Spelling Journal on a Tuesday and Thursday to practise the spellings they have been learning in class. Please remember to bring this back for the next day!
PE is on a Monday, please ensure your child has a full kit in school for their PE lessons.
Please remember to bring your book bag into school every day!
STEM Week Celebrations
Monday 28th June - Friday 2nd July
We have began STEM Week with
Friday 26th March
What a wonderful week we have had celebrating Easter! We have taken part in fun activities including hunting for Easter Eggs, making Easter Chocolate Nests and taking part in Forest School Easter challenges! Here are a few pictures:
5 Days of Xmas
This week, Year 2 have had a fun filled week with Christmas activities. We have learnt about Christians celebrate Christingle, baked salt dough decorations, made Christmas cards, decorated our Classroom door and even stitched our own star decorations using felt. See some of the pictures below to see what we got up to!
Letters to Santa
Making Salt Dough Decorations
DT Day- Sewing a Christmas Tree Decoration
Friday 4th December
What a day we have had today! We had some very special visitors come to Thorn Primary School today and we even had snow to make the day even more special. Year 2 also went to Thorn Primary Schools Christmas Market in the hall where we could buy magical reindeer food, sweets and lots more!
Autumn Celebrations October 2020
Year 2 have had a super day celebrating Autumn and Harvest. We have learnt how people in Africa celebrate Harvest! We learnt that a Yam (similar to a sweet potato) is a staple food native to Africa and Asia! We researched how they celebrate the Yam Festival and even made Yam Muffins! We also planted some Snowdrops in the raised beds, created our own Autumnal Wreaths and even decorated pumpkins!
Decorating a pumpkin
Baking Yam Muffins