Year 2


Our Reading Champiosns visited Waterstones in the Metro Centre yesterday to meet Liam, the Children’s  book expert. He was very impressed with their book reviews and was keen to hear their thoughts about the books they had read. Then he helped them to choose a new book. It was a lovely visit and


Today we conducted our own experiment! We tested the ground around school to see what was healthier-the field or planters. The healthier the ground the more worms you should find. As us what we found out.  


In STEM week Year 2 looked at the work of the world famous chef Heston Blumenthal. We write character descriptions about him and found out so many interesting things about him. 2M sent some some of their work to his restaurant and guess what???? He read them, this is the email we got from his public


On Friday we were lucky enough to have a visit from Nissan. They brought with them the Leaf electric car. We were able to hear it when it was started and compare it to other cars we have been in. We learnt about the impact the Leaf car has on the environment compared to non electric cars.


We’ve started gymnastics sessions again in year 2 and it is very clear how all the practise since reception class is helping our skills to develop. We are stronger at holding positions, balancing for longer and more stable, better at rolling and our confidence in general gymnastics is better.  


STEM week in year two has been so busy! We have: – made, tested and reviewed shoe box cars – learned about the grips on our shoes with a STEM ambassador called Anne – learned how to program ozobots – learned about the jobs some of our parents do – had an assembly with a female engineer from Nissan –