Welcome to Class 2!
Have a look at our photographs and see some of our learning.
Easter - March 2021
We have been busy decorating our classroom to help us celebrate Easter
Mothers' Day Cards - March 2021
We have made some Mothers' Day cards for all the important females in our lives. We think they will be really pleased to receive them (Miss Varley said they look better than real bunches of flowers!).
Christmas Bags - December 2020
Class 2 have designed and made Christmas gift bags. We practised our back stitch sewing skills to make a secret interior pocket. In addition we used decorative stitches to embellish our Christmas felt shapes.
Elves - November 2020
Our clay art topic was inspired by our class book the Magic Faraway Tree. We all created an elf figure head from a ball of clay, moulding and adding some features using clay slip.
Celebrating Harvest - October 2020
We have been busy making scarecrow cards to help us celebrate Harvest. We think they look really good. We made a few extra to deliver to members of the community and they were well received!
World Book Day - March 2020
We enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day - can you guess who we are?
LegoWeDo - February 2020
We rose to Mrs Clayton's challenge in Computing to learn how to code. We had to follow instructions to build a Lego model and then we used the iPads to write 'code' to make our models move. We had lots of fun and managed to make all them move!
Amazing Mathematicians! - February 2020
We have been practising our subtraction skills using tens and units apparatus. We solved lots of tricky calculations!
Stonehenge - January 2020
We have been learning about Stonehenge. We undertook some research and an 'archeological' dig and then we built our own mini Stonehenges!
Tree Measuring - Autumn 2019
As part of our 50th birthday celebrations we measured the height t and the circumference of the tree around the field. We then calculated their ages to see if any were older than the school.
Flower Delivery to Members of the Village Community Autumn 2019
Roman Shields - June 2019
Levers - May 2019
Musical Instruments - Autumn 2 2018
In Science, Mrs Clayton's challenged us to make an instrument that would produce a high pitched and a low pitched sound. We managed to complete her challenge. It was fun but noisy!
Celebrate with Wedding Cake! Autumn 2 2018
Our DT food project was to design and make a wedding cake for our school Autumn term wedding.
Our Trip to the Hands on History Museum Autumn 1 2018
STEM Challenge - Autumn 1 2018
Build the tallest tower you can using one apple and cocktail sticks.
Design Technology Bird Scarers - Summer 1 2018
How can we stop the birds eating the new pea shoots as they begin to grow?
Let's design and make a bird scarer to solve the problem!
Money Workshop - Spring 2 2018
Cave Paintings - Spring 2 2018
Inspired by our museum trip we learnt to use new colour wash skills and apply them to create cave paintings.
Our Visit to the Hull and East Riding Museum - Spring 1 2018
As part of our Stone Age topic we went to the museum to find out more about life in the Stone Age. We took part in a workshop to help us learn about what people ate and how they hunted for it. We made notes about the mammoth and used them to write a fact file when we returned to school.
Christingle Workshop and Service - Autumn 2 2017
We shared our learning about the symbolism of Christingles by running a workshop for the whole school and in leading our Christingle service.
Purim Celebration Day - Autumn 2 2017
As part of our Jewish festivals topic we celebrated with our own Purim Day. We used our measuring skills by weighing out the Hamantashen biscuits ingredients and scaling up the recipe for 60 people. We also measured out our masks with great care.
Children in Need Day 2017
The Big Ramble
One of our school farming families kindly agreed to let us ramble on their farm land as part of our Children in Need Day activities. We appreciated the drink and biscuits too! Thank you very much the Byass family.
Skipping Workshop November 2017
Our skipping workshop challenges included how many skips we could do in a minute, french skipping and partner long rope skipping.
Rangoli Pattern Maths Challenge November 2017
Trip to Hull - Autumn 1 2017
We had a fantastic day in Hull learning about how the city has changed over the last few hundred years.
We held a sale of African goods to raise money for Esther's School in Nairobi.
Our African Goods Shop
We practised buying and selling African items then...
Our African Inspired Woven Woolen Baskets
Celebrating the Passover Meal Together
Our Ancient Egypt Work
Class 2 School Council Voting