Here comes Santa Claus!

Key Stage 1 celebrated Jesus’ Birthday with a fantastic Christmas party. Games were played, we saw some wonderful dancing, food was eaten and then to cap it all guess who made an appearance? Santa Claus himself! The children were even convinced that they saw the reindeer disappearing into the clouds at home time. We hope you all have a lovely holiday, Merry Christmas!

Year 2 Multi-Skills at St.Thomas More.

Miss Blackie recently took a group of Year 2 super stars to a Key Stage 1 Multi-skills event at St.Thomas More School. The aim of the evening was to have lots of fun and everyone managed to do just that as well as compete in lots of fitness challenges. The children did so well at…Continue Reading

Arts Award Superstars

A big Corpus Christi congratulations to the children in Year 2 who have just received their Arts Award Discover certificates from Trinity College London. The children worked on their arts adventure throughout Year 1 and have now been recognised for their efforts. Arts Award  Discover is in three parts – Part A: Discover, where children…Continue Reading

Tour of Britain

On Tuesday 10th September, Year 2 went to see Stage 4 of the OVO Tour of Britain as they cycled along Durham Road. We enjoyed seeing world class cyclists as well as all of their team support vehicles. It was a great experience for everyone involved.  The children thoroughly enjoyed waving their banners, as well…Continue Reading

Our World

This half term in Year 2 we are learning about where we live and identifying the UK on a world map. We have been learning about the seven continents and enjoyed learning a song to help us remember them.Continue Reading

Orienteering and Sculpture making at Saltwell Park

Year 2 visited Saltwell Park to develop their mapping and orienteering skills. The children worked in groups to follow a route – it was timed and the children had great fun competing against each other. Whilst at the park, we took the opportunity to create sculptures using natural materials in the style of Andy Goldsworthy,…Continue Reading

Our Visit to Chiquitos

As part of our international learning, we had an  “international food tasting week” in school.  Year 2 were lucky enough to visit Chiquitos in the Metrocentre.  Jack and his team were very welcoming and made our visit to the Mexican restaurant an unforgettable experience!  They talked to the children about Mexican foods and the ingredients. …Continue Reading

Go Run for Fun!

On the last day of term Year 2,3 and 5 took part in the I ntu Metrocentre Go Run for Fun in Saltwell Park. It was a glorious day and the children were excellent!  We particularly enjoyed the warm up as Mrs Davison had already given us a sneak preview! Article 13 You have the right…Continue Reading