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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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  • 04/07/21

    Sports Day 2021!

    On Wednesday we were all set and excited for Sports Day. It did rain, however we didn't let that stop us having fun and a fantastic day!
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  • 11/06/21

    Printing Patterns

    As part of art this week we used polystyrene tiles, paint and paper to create wallpaper patterns in the style of William Morris.  
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  • 20/05/21

    Practise Makes Perfect

    This term we have been learning all about how our brain works. Imagine that you have just learnt to ride a bike.  ​When we learn something new, like riding a bike, our neurons create a new connection. In order to make those connections stronger we can practice! If we practice for...
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  • 11/05/21

    How do we learn?

    In topic this week, Year 2 set out to understand how our brains help us to learn. We began by exploring what our brains look like and where we can find them in our bodies. " Our brain look soft and squishy, but its surface is bumpy.” Mila " Our brains are re...
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  • 17/03/21

    Colour Run Flowers

    On Wednesday Year 2 were leaning about absorption.  We made paper flowers  and coloured them in with markers.  We placed the flowers on wooden stems and put them into water. We discussed that when you spray the folded blossoms with water, the fibres of wood (papers are made from wo...
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  • 12/02/21

    Will your boat float?

    This term Year 2 have become scientists and investigated materials and their properties. We began by finding out what a scientist is. We had so many inquisitive questions to ask such as;            “ What does a scientist investigate?”, “ Do th...
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  • 02/02/21

    A sandwich fit for the Queen.

    This term, Year 2 have been reading Halibut Jackson by David Lucas. We have had so much fun learning all about camouflage (we even tried to camouflage ourselves), materials and designing lots of different outfits for Halibut Jackson to wear.  Hollie designed a traditional dress for Ha...
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  • 25/01/21

    Trying to blend in!

    In year 2, we have started looking at a new book called 'Halibut Jackson'. In the book, Halibut is extremely shy and likes to camouflage himself into different scenes. We spent one of our English sessions looking at how we could camouflage ourselves into different patterns. Take a look at ou...
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  • 16/12/20

    Look at them glow!

    This week in Kingfishers and Nightingales Christmas has arrived! After getting into the Christmas spirit by decorating our classrooms and singing Christmas songs, we used our artistic talents to create our very own Christmas lights. We even used our knowledge of value to make them glow! First, we...
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  • 09/10/20

    We are artists!

    This week has been another action-packed week for Kingfishers and Nightingales. During our maths lessons we have worked super hard to become masters of the column method. We used our dienes to help us explore how we can add 2-digit numbers together. Can you remember what we need to add first...
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  • 29/09/20

    Instructions for Success!

    This term, we have been looking at democracy and what it means for our country. We have also been looking at how laws create a safe and fair country for us to live in. Laws are like instructions to make sure everyone is successful. In order to prove that instructions can help you accomplish somet...
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  • 24/09/20

    Welcome to Year 2!

    This week Kingfishers and Nightingales have been extremely busy settling into their new classes and learning lots of new and exciting things. It has been so lovely to see the classrooms filled with all of the children’s smiles and laughter again.   This term Year 2 will be focusing...
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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