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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Year 2

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  • 16/03/20

    When books come to life!

    On Friday Kingfishers and Nightingales arrived at school prepared for what was set to be a very exciting day…… World Book Day. As we came into school our classrooms began to fill with all of our favourite book characters from Harry Potter, Elsa, The Little Princess, Matilda, Willy Wonk...
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  • 10/03/20

    Protectors of the Pumpkin

    This week in English, we have been continuing to explore our text ‘Pattan’s Pumpkin’. In the text, we have learnt so much about Pattan and his amazing farm. After reading the story, we discovered that suddenly a pumpkin plant arrived on his farm. Pattan desperately wanted to tak...
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  • 06/03/20

    Where does Easter fit into the big story of the Bible?

    This week in RE Kingfishers and Nightingales and have been answering the question “Where does Easter fit into the big story of the Bible?” To begin our lesson, we were tasked with discussing what a Hot Cross Bun, Easter egg and cross symbolises and why each of these symbols are important...
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  • 10/01/20

    Food for Thought

    Have you every wondered how you can keep your mind and your body healthy? This week year 2 have been learning how. On Friday we were extremely excited to take part in a very special workshop, Roots to food. We learnt all about how we can keep our bodies and our mi...
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  • 10/12/19

    How do you celebrate Christmas?

    This week Year 2 have taken a trip around the world to learn about how Christmas is celebrated in different countries. We began by discussing how we celebrate Christmas in our own families and if we have any special Christmas traditions. For example, Miss Hamilton explained that on Christmas day her...
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  • 03/12/19

    Picasso Painters

    This week we have been exploring Cubism. Cubism began between 1907 and 1911. Picasso is considered to be the inventor or Cubism. Picasso was a Spanish artist and is one of the most famous artists in the world. In Cubist artwork, an artist looks at an object and breaks it up, and represents it in...
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  • 25/11/19

    A very special delivery!

    This week year 2 received a very special postcard from Flora and her Grandad all the way from their holiday in scorching hot India (can you believe it!) We couldn’t contain our excitement to find out what amazing adventures they had been up to together...
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  • 12/11/19

    Watch out for that marshmallow!

    Last week, we learnt that there are three forces that make an object move: push, pull and twist. Today we took that learning one step further. We decided to discuss what would happen if you change the amount of force an object receives. For example if you push a ball very hard compared...
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  • 11/11/19

    The Lady of the lamp.

    As part of our new topic this term "People of the Past" this week Year 2 have been learning about Florence Nightingale and why she was significant. Firstly, we discussed what a timeline is and what key information it shows. After much discussion we discovered that a tim...
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  • 30/10/19

    Look... it's a flying fish!

    This week, we started our exciting new Science topic of 'Forces'. During our science lesson we explored the three different forces that make an object move. 'To open Henry's water bottle, you need to twist it' - Harry 'We push our chairs under the table' - Ekam...
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  • 26/10/19

    Celebrating Black History Month.

    In topic this term Year 2 have been celebrating Black History month. To begin our learning we explored why we celebrate Black History month and why this is important. We learnt that during Black History Month we celebrate the achievements, history, contributions and culture of black people...
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  • 16/10/19

    No pens day!

    This week in year 2 has been very exciting! On Tuesday we took part in No Pens day (can you believe it, no pens for the whole day!) In English this week we have been learning how to write outstanding sentences using full stops, capital letters and finger spaces. On Monday...
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  • The school’s Christian values of love, honesty and respect are well expressed through its caring atmosphere. This impacts positively on the strong sense of belonging and supporting relationships evident across the school.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Teachers inspire pupils to learn.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Teachers model skills effectively across the curriculum and instil a desire to succeed.

    Ofsted 2018

  • There us a culture of aspiration and improvement across the school.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Relationships are strong and pupils’ good behaviour is reflected in a happy and caring atmosphere, with attendance that is well above the national average.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Provision for pupils who speak English as an additional language is strong.

    Ofsted 2018