I can’t quite believe it but this is the final week of school and tomorrow would have been our last day all together in 2T. It is such a shame that we cannot all celebrate the end of term together in the normal way. Well done to all of you for working hard at home over the last couple of months. I know it’s not easy and it hasn’t been the same as working in the classroom. Your perseverance and determination have made me feel very proud.
We have really missed each and every one of you. You are all amazing, funny, creative and kind children. We absolutely loved teaching you from September until March and we wish we could have carried on till the end of the year. Your new teacher, Miss Simpson, is very lucky to be having you all as a class next year. You are going to have such a great time in Year 3 and I will still be in the classroom off the library so we can all wave and say hello to each other.
We have put together a little collection of some of our favourite memories of the year. I hope you enjoy looking at the photos. I think if we had the chance to perform our class assembly that would have been one of our best memories too.
Thanks for being such a great class and making me smile everyday.
We hope you all have a wonderful summer holiday and get the chance to relax and have lots of fun. Take care of yourselves and we look forward to seeing you all back in September.
Welcome to the final sharing assembly of the year. We just want to to say thank you very much to everyone who has taken the time to send in a photo over the past 14 weeks. We wouldn’t have been able to have this special sharing time each week without you.
Well done to everyone who has worked hard at home during these very different and sometimes challenging times. We appreciate that it is not always easy to do school work at home but we want to say well done to everyone who has tried their best and worked hard.
This week we are going to start with looking at some pictures of what some of the children that have been in school in the Year 2 bubble have been getting up to.
Welcome back to the last week of the year! I can’t believe it is the final week of our time together in Year Two.
As this week is the last week of term, if you are someone that has not sent in a picture yet, it would be fantastic if you could send in a picture for our final sharing assembly. It would be great to celebrate as many of you as possible on the blog. If you would like to send a picture in this week please could you send it to the usual email address by 12pm on Thursday 16th July.
With the holidays in mind, our final week of work has a seaside theme. We hope you enjoy them. As always, please do email if you have any questions.
Welcome back to our last week of maths which will be about money. This week you will be recapping what you learnt about earlier on in the year. You will be identifying and adding coins, finding different coin combinations
Monday – Look at the PowerPoint and then choose a game to play.
We would like to take this opportunity to say well done to everyone for continuing to read at home over the past couple of months. Whether you have been reading school books, books at home, books from the library or books on bug club. Reading is so important, it helps you learn about the world, about people, places and it helps to improve your language and vocabulary. So please don’t forget to do some reading, even in the summer holidays.
This week the comprehension is all about the seaside. Don’t forget there are three different versions with the answers. We would recommend that you just choose one.
Welcome back to another sharing assembly. I can’t quite believe we are already at the end of our penultimate week of the school year. Time seems to be flying by at the moment.
Thanks to everyone for sending in photos of what the children have been getting up, we really appreciate it. Well done to all of you working hard at home, you should all feel very proud of yourselves.
As next week is the last week of term, if you are someone that has not sent in a picture yet, it would be fantastic if you could send in a picture for our final sharing assembly. It would be great to celebrate as many of you as possible on the blog. If you would like to send a picture in next week please could you send it to the usual email address by 12pm on Thursday 16th July.
Back to this week. Let’s see what you have been getting up to.
** I would like to ask the person who emailed me some photos, just before 12 today, to please email me back and let me know who the photos have been sent it from. Unfortunately there was no name of a child or adult with the email. Thanks, Miss Townsend.
Thanks again to everyone who sent in a picture, we hope you all have a lovely weekend.
We are delighted to announce the winners of our ‘Black Lives Matter poster competition. Please see the letter below for results and the judges comments.
Congratulations to Samir, Aaliyah and Charlie – all worthy winners. Will you three now choose a book each from the selection below? Add your choice in the comments section or send your choice to your class email.
We will add a book plate to commemorate your win and make sure your chosen book reaches you next week.
Samir’s poster will be framed and placed in the entrance area of our school, sending a clear message to all our visitors.
Once again, thank you to all our Holbeach artists who entered the competition. Plans are underway to display all your entries in our school in September. 🙂
Please join us in congratulating the following children who have been chosen as finalists in their year group.
Samuel (RW), Luna (1B), Autumn (2T), Sapphire (3K), Charlie (4s), Samir (5A) and Aaliya (6L).
Photographs of their posters have now been sent to the Young Mayor’s office for the very difficult job of choosing an overall winner. The winner will be announced here soon.
Thank you to all of you who entered our competition. You never cease to amaze us with your creativity and your talent. We are hoping to display all of your powerful posters in school in September so be sure to look out for yours then 🙂
Welcome to our virtual gallery! We are delighted to announce we have had over 70 sensational entries for our ‘Black Lives Matter’ poster competition. We weren’t planning to share all of them but they are simply too wonderful not to. All entries have organised into year groups so finding your entry should be easy.
Why don’t you spend some time looking at all of the entries? The Young Mayor and his advisors are going to have a very difficult job choosing their favourite. Which poster would you choose (apart from yours!) ? 😀
Once again, thank you for creating and sending your poster. We feel very proud to have a school packed with such talented, compassionate children.
The winning entry will be announced next week. Good Luck! 🙂
Sadly, as I sure you are aware, we were not able to have sports day this year at the sports ground. I certainly missed going to the Ladywell arena and watching you all take part in lots of different activities. Hopefully, during your time at home, you have all had the opportunity to get out and about on your bikes, scooters, roller skates, skateboards or maybe you were just walking. If you did something special during the last couple of months, like learning to ride your bike, then well done to you.
The comprehension this week is all about Sports Day. Choose one of the reading sheets below to complete.