Year 2

Mrs Thornber assisted by Mrs Nevin



Our Class Blog

Violin Lessons in Year 2

We have been learning to play the violin with Mr Lee. We are starting to read musical notation and can already play some brilliant tunes.

Year 2 Assembly

Ahoy, me Hearties! For those of you who didn't manage to jump aboard the captain's ship  on Tuesday 14 th February. Without going overboard, shiver me timbers, it was a great show!  Can you guess what the  Year 2 assembly was about ? If you guessed Pirates, you are...

Christmas Nativity Year 2

The story of the humble donkey was the focus of the performance led by Year 2. The donkey had been concerned about getting a new owner who might not be kind to her, but Mary and Joseph proved to be that and more. The classic Christmas song, ‘Little Donkey’ was always...

Poetry Day Year 2 Poem

    This week the children of Fellside celebrated National Poetry Day. We took part in a whole school recital of poetry and thoroughly enjoyed listening to the poems that each year group had spent the week practising. Watch the videos and see if you can name...

Visit to Souter Lighthouse

      On Tuesday 5th July Year 1 and Year 2 visited Souter Lighthouse as part of their ‘Oh I do like to be beside the seaside’ topic. In the morning we made model lighthouses with a bulb on the top which actually lit up! Later we looked around the...

Science Day

On the 8th July, Fellside took a break from our normal timetable and we had one day dedicated to Science.  The children moved up to their next class and investigated the wildlife we can find in our school. Laura Tedstone, from Durham Wildlife Trust, came into school...

Year 2 – Seaside Assembly

We enjoyed working with Year One to produce our joint assembly on 28th June 2016.We had great fun performing the dance, singing the songs and reciting the poem. The Victorians made visiting the seaside popular and watched ‘Punch and Judy’ plays on the beach. We tried...

Water Walk Challenge – Year 2

Another afternoon of fun as Year 2 together with Year 4 took part in the ‘Water Walk Challenge’. Once again the children were great sports and did a super job carrying their water containers. The House Captains were on hand to measure the amount of spillage at the end...


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