On Friday afternoon, our Year 6’s led a change4life Fun Day as part of Health and Fitness Fortnight.Read More
Filtering by Category: Year 2
Year 2 visited the nature reserve at Fairburn Ings. We went pond dipping and found lots of creatures that we had never seen before. We looked for mini-beasts in the meadow and in the woodland area.
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On Monday, we attended the ACE dodgeball tournament. We had a fantastic time being active once again.
If your daughter would like to join this club, which begins Wednesday 15th May, then please click the link below. The club starts at 3:30pm (straight after school) and ends at 4:30pm.
Year 2 have been very busy learning to use the computer to create artwork in their Computing lessons.Read More
“If this is what the next generation are doing, there’s hope for us yet.”Read More
This week we have been taking part in the Sustrans Big PedalRead More
The Mathletics leader board is hotting up.Read More
Yangtze Class visited Skipton Castle to find out about life in medieval times.Read More
What a wet, muddy and bubbly time we had!Read More
“How did George Stephenson change lives?”Read More
The children are learning to compose short pieces of musicRead More
Yangtze class planted 140 trees in our school grounds!Read More
We took Paddington to the library to see an exhibition of Nick Sharratt’s illustrations.Read More
There were some fabulous costumesRead More
We had a great session learning some Judo moves!Read More
Today the children used the Beebot app on an iPad to practice writing programs.Read More
Check out the new leader board!Read More
We have been creating a list of instructions (a program) for a Beebot to follow.Read More
What a great event - thank you parents for coming along to support us. We have worked really hard this year to develop our physical skills (Agility, Balance, Coordination) and we put these skills to the test during our events. We used our strong hands and wrists for 'crawling' and holding tennis rackets. We also improved our sprinting speed by using the 'hips to lips' technique, concentrated hard to balance the tennis ball and our skipping was excellent!