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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2

"In all the work you are doing, work the best you can. Work like you are working for the Lord, not for the people"

Colossians 3:23

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Mrs Connell and Mrs Bonner would like to welcome you to our Year 2 class page for 2019-2020. Our aim is to keep you informed of things that are happening in our class.

Autumn Term


Dates for Your Autumn Diary


Autumn 1

  • Friday 18th September: Mass for Feast of St Robert Bellarmine
  • Wednesday 2nd October: Play in a Day - Liverpool the Pool of Life
  • Friday 4th October: Macmillan Coffee Morning
  • Friday 18th October: Non-uniform day (unwanted gifts)
  • Monday 21st October: Pupil progress meeting
  • Friday 25th October: Non-uniform day (wearing red or blue to say NO to racism)
  • Friday 25th October: School closes for half-term (3pm)


Autumn 2

  • Tuesday 5th November: School reopens
  • Friday 15th November: friendship assembly (parents of yrs 1,3&4 welcome to attend)
  • Wednesday 20th November: DT Day
  • Friday 22nd  November: non-uniform day
  • Friday 29th  November: non-uniform day (chocolates)
  • Friday 6th December: non-uniform day (bottles)
  • Wednesday 11th December: Yrs1&2 Christmas performance (pm)
  • Friday 13th December: Xmas Jumper day, Santa dash & Xmas fayre
  • Friday 20th December: Term finishes @ 1:30pm

Spanish - Seasonal foods

Year Two have enjoyed a morning making apple roses with our Spanish teacher. They learnt that lots of apples are grown in Northern Spain and people often uses these apples to make foods for festivals. This time of year is harvest time! We learnt the Spanish names for the ingredients - manzana (apple), holjaldre (pastry), limon (lemon) and huevo (egg).

History and English - The Pool of Life (Local history of Liverpool


Today we worked with a drama company called Altru to produce a play called The Pool of Life. This documented the local history of Liverpool from the ice age, King John, The Beatles, football and  history of important buildings! We loved having fun while learning historical facts and improving our speaking and listening skills. At the end of the day we performed our play to the rest of the school. Thank you so much Barry!

Art - Producing a Liverpool Skyline


We looked at the Liverpool skyline and broke it down into the shapes that could be used to recreate it. We then used crayon to create our own. We evaluated our artwork and checked to see if we could identify the famous buildings in our own pieces.

Art - Observing the skyline of Liverpool


We worked in art partners to look closely at the skyline of Liverpool. We researched the name of the buildings that we could see and named the shapes that we could use to draw the skyline ourselves. We recognised that we could recreate the skyline by breaking the buildings into the shapes.

British Values - Democracy

Today we went to the polls to vote for our new year two school councillors. All of the children who wanted to be considered for the job had to complete an application form saying why they would make a good school councillor and what they would like to do. These application forms were submitted and then shortlisted. Those children on the shortlist presented their ideas to the class before voting. Well done to our two new councillors!

Polling Stations

Well done to our new school councillors!

Well done to our new school councillors! 1

We also selected two sports leaders to work with Mrs Liggat this year. They will support and help organise any sporting activities.

Sports Leaders

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