Here in 2L we pride ourselves on working hard and always trying our best. Sometimes, however, it’s good to know when to stop and have a good, old fashioned snowball fight! Here are the pictures, as promised….

Safe to say, the children got their own back on the adults. Attack!

A Plea for Sponsorship – Half Marathon!

This Sunday, class 5M teacher, Mr McArthur and class 6JA teacher, Mr Jackson will be running a half marathon (The Big Half) in aid of ‘Children with Cancer UK.’

This wonderful charity is based in the Great Ormond Street Hospital and helps the children and their families through truly awful situations; John and I are very proud to be wearing their colourful Mr Men and Little Miss vests this weekend.

For more info on the charity, please see:

To sponsor, pleasefollow and

Please give generously!

Andy and John (Mr J and Mr M)

Year 2 Home Learning 1st March 2018

2 week project – due 12.3.18

Toys & Games

You know and play lots of different types of games:

  • Outdoor or active games like skipping, racing, chasing and ball games;
  • Party games like pass the parcel and musical statues;
  • Make-believe games like dressing-up, mummies and daddies, hospitals;
  • Card games, board games, etc … such as Snakes and Ladders, Chess, Guess Who, Hungry Hippos, Scrabble, Jenga and Marble Run;
  • Various toys like Lego, cars, dolls;

…. And lots, lots more!

  Could you be a game inventor?

This half term we want you to make up your own game for us to play. What sorts of games do you like playing most? Will that be the type of game that you want to invent?

The best games are

  • Simple (not complicated and fiddly)
  • Easy to learn
  • Fun and challenging (but not impossible)
  • Everyone can play and enjoy it

Try your game out at home and listen to other people’s opinions to make it even better!

You need to give your game a catchy name and write instructions for how to play it.  What else will you need to do so that we can play your game at school? Due back Monday 12th March


Year 2 Home Learning 22nd February 2018

Measuring Length due Monday 26.2.18

Choose 5 items or places in or around your home, e.g. the height of the door or the length of the path). Estimate how long or tall or wide it is in metres (to the nearest metre). Record what you measured, your estimate and the actual length in your book.

Look at your body, and estimate the length of:

  • your arm
  • your foot
  • the circumference of (or around) someone’s head (maybe your sister, or brother, Mum or Dad, etc).

Then use a tape measure to measure the actual measurements and record it in your book

  • How long are both arms together?
  • How long are both feet together?
  • How much longer is your arm than your foot?