Welcome to Percy Main Primary School

Welcome to Year 2

The staff you will meet in Year Two are Mrs Callaghan, Miss Brownrigg and Mrs Whittle. In the Summer Term we will be joined by Miss Jones.

In Year 2 we have lots of fun and believe in fostering a love of learning. During each of our topics we provide the children with a broad and diverse range of experiences, both inside and outside the classroom.

Our topics this year wil include:

  • The Wild West

  • Who's Afraid of the Dark?

  • Pole to Pole

  • Down at the Bottom of the Garden

  • Fee Fi Fo Fum!

  • Under the Canopy
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Fee Fi Fo Fum!

This half term, we will be 'super sizing' and learning about all things giant!

In Literacy we will be using texts such as 'The BFG' by Roald Dahl, 'Where the Wild Things Are' by Maurice Sendak, 'The Building Boy' by Ross Montgomery and different versions of 'Jack and the Beanstalk'.

In Maths we are going to be looking at measuring the height, length and width of 'giants', animals and objects around us. We will then move on to look at position and direction and visit Wallsend Park to undertake some orienteering and visit the 'Ginkgo Giants'.

In Art and Design Technology we will explore a range of 2D and 3D work, using clay, pastel and paint techniques to create our own fabulous work. We will find out about giant pieces of art and sculptures such as the Northumberlandia and the Angel of the North. We will also learn about the artist who created the Angel (Anthony Gormley).

We will investigate the history of giants such as the Yeti and Bigfoot and myths around landmarks such as The Giant's Causeway and Stonehenge.

In PE we will learn and performed the Haka, traditionally performed by the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team to scare and intimidate their opposition.

In Science we will learn about materials around us and in ICT we will find out about and used algorithms.

To support our learning in this topic we will be visiting Wallsend Park, Northumberlandia, the Angel of the North and Forbidden Corner.

For more information please click on the links below:
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Down at The Bottom of the Garden

Spring Term 2:

Down at the Bottom of the Garden
This half term, we learnt all about the wildlife and plants that can be found 'down at the bottom of our garden'. We used learning outside the classroom opportunities to explore the area around us.

In Literacy we read stories such as 'Frog Belly Rat  Bone' and learnt all about William Shakespeare when we studied the film 'Gnomeo and Juliet'. This tied in with 'Shakespeare Week'. We then use these stories as a basis for our own narrative writing.

In Maths we use 'The Rabbit Problem' by Emily Gravett to develop our understanding of addition and subtraction, statistics and place value.

In Art and Design Technology we explored a range of 2D and 3D work and used clay, pastel and sewing techniques to create our own fabulous work. These included images of hares, toads, fungi and Gnomeo and Juliet characters.

As part of this topic we visited Chopwell Woods and used the facilities at Norham High School to do some baking.

For more information please click on the links below:

Homework

Please click on the link below to download a copy of the homework tasks for this half term:
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Artist of the Week

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Our Philosophy

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In Year Two we are encouraged to be

Evicted fairies move in!

Oh no! We were very sad to read a news report about a group of fairies who had been evicted from their homes in Wayford Woods, Somerset. We thought this was terrible news so we wrote to the fairies inviting them to come and live in the beautiful gardens of Percy Main Primary School.

The very next day we received a letter from the fairies thanking us for their offer and explaining how they had moved in! We didn't quite believe it so we went and had a look around the garden! We were amazed at what we saw! We left them notes to welcome them!

Visit our Gallery page to see more images:
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Visit to Chopwell Woods

As part of our 'Down at the Bottom of the garden' topic, we had an exciting time exploring Chopwell Woods.

The morning started with a walk through the woods looking for, and identifying, flora and fauna working from some Nature Detective spotter sheets. As it is still early in the growing season the woods were sparse of many leaves and flowers. We looked for evidence of mini-beasts as we walked through the woods and then created a habitat for them.

After all this exploring it was time for lunch then off again to explore another part of the woods. We used clay and natural materials from the woods to make Tree Guardians.

The weather held up and we had a great day!


Please visit our Gallery page to see more photos of the day.
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Stop Frame Animations

We worked with Neil Brown (School Improvenment Advisor for Computing) to create our very own animations! We began by collaborating to create the background and then some charcaters who would feature in our stories. We then used Macbooks and webcams to create stop frame animations.

We had to think carefully about the position and movements of our characters. Small, careful movements made our animations look really professional and we had to make sure that we had moved our hands out of the way before we took each frame.

We had great fun! Thank you to Mr Brown for a fantastic day!

Please click below to see watch our animations:
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Cooking at Norham!

As part our 'Down at the Bottom of the Garden' topic, we visited Norham High School to do some baking! We worked with Mrs Bowers (Head of Food and Textiles) to bake some fairy cakes.

We began by measuring out the flour, sugar, baking power and eggs and mixed them well ready to cook in the oven. We worked safely and sensibly with out 'oven buddies' when putting our cakes into the hot ovens.

Whilst they cooked and then cooled, we made the butter icing to go on the top. We mixed icing sugar, cocoa powder and a splash of milk.

Finally we decorated our cakes using the icing, rabbit jellies, sugar carrots and foam fungi! Yum yum!!

Thank you very much to Norham and Mrs Bowers. We had a fantastic morning!

Please visit our Gallery page to see more photos.
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Musical Masterpiece

'Down at the Bottom of the Garden' Display Gallery

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Homework Gallery

Below is just a taster of some of the amazing 'Down at the Bottom of the Garden' homework tasks completed:
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Spring 1:

Pole to Pole


During this half term we learnt all about the Arctic and Antarctic.


We read and discussed a number of texts including 'Lost and Found' by Oliver Jeffers, 'Dear Polar Bear' by Barry Ablett, 'Immi' by Karin Littlewood and 'Missuk's Geese' by Anne Renauldand. We used these stories to support and inspire our own narrative writing that wowed and amazed the readers!

We located the Arctic Circle on a map and found out which countries are part of the Arctic Circle. We also learnt about the weather and climate of these areas and learnt about the plants and animals that are indigenous to these areas. We looked at physical features of polar countries and compared the town of Sisimuit with the UK city of London.

We also learnt about the Inuit people who inhabitat the polar regions, as well as discovering how explorers such as Shackleton and Fiennes have explored these areas.

We looked at both 2D and 3D art by a number of different artists and illustrators including Beth Sheffield.

To find out more, click on the links below:

Homework

Please click on the link below to download a copy of the homework tasks for this half term:

Inukshuks

Inukshuk means "in the likeness of a human" in the Inuit language. They are monuments made of unworked stones that are used by the Inuit for communication and survival. The traditional meaning of the inukshuk is "Someone was here" or "You are on the right path."

We used stones to make our own. Getting them to balance was extremely tricky but we used our Building Learning Power Smurfs, Collaboration and Patience, and were all very successful in the end.

Visit our Gallery page to see more.

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Save Our Penguins!

We looked at how we could stop our penguin ice blocks from melting! We investigated a range of different materials including cooton, wool, plastic, foil and feathers to see if we could keep our penguin in it's ice and stop it from turning into water.

We concluded that foil was the best at keeping the heat out.

Visit our Gallery page to see more photos.
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Edinburgh Zoo Web Page Design

Following a tweet, letter and text message, we designed our own web pages about polar animals for Edinburgh Zoo. We began by researching polar bears, penguins, walruses, orcas, caribou, Arctic foxes and Arctic wolves to find out all about each of the animals. We then organised our facts under the headings 'Diet', 'Habitat' and 'Interesting Facts'. We made sure that they were bursting with information, eye-catching and colourful. We collaborated with a partner to create these fantastic designs.
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Blubber Glove Experiment

Penguins, and other animals that live in cold climates, have layers of fat called blubber. We investigated the advantages of this layer of fat. We used lard to represent the blubber. We tested to see if it helped keep our hand warmer in cold water.
It felt really strange, but worked because the hand in the blubber didn't feel as cold!

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Homework Gallery

Below is just a small sample of some of the fantastic 'Pole to Pole' homework from this half term.
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Pole to Pole Display Gallery

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Little Red Riding Hood S.T.E.M. Challenge

Oh no! Little Red Riding Hood has got items that she needs to take to Granma’s house, but she can’t find her basket! Can you help Little Red Riding Hood design and create a model out the materials provided, to help her carrier the items to her Grandma’s house?

As part of our whole school focus on creating modern versions of traditional fairytales, we worked collaboratively to solve this problem.

 

We discuss the need for our container  to be sturdy enough to carry the items though the forest and looked at the different materials provided (sugar paper, tape, stapler, glue sticks, rulers, scissors, string). We tested, evaluated and modified our designs until they were capable of carrying 50 multilink cubes 100 steps!

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Autumn Term 2:

Who's Afraid of the Dark?

During this half term we learnt all about nocturnal animals, night and day and light and dark.

We learnt all about nocturnal animals including bats, hedgehogs, and owls. We studied their habitats and looked at how these animals hunt and survive at night-time.

ICT was used to conduct research for all elements of this topic, as well as to present ideas and findings.

We then used these facts to write a non-chronological report about nocturnal animals. We looked at how to organise information into a report using sub-headings and paragraphs. We also practised using conjunctions, generalisers and adjectives to make our writing interesting and engaging.

We also had the opportunity to study and explore a range of non-fiction and fiction texts, looking at many aspects of night-time and darkness.

In Art and Design Technology, we studied and created a range of stunning 2D and 3D designs reflecting all aspects of the topic. These included painted and pastel images of bats and the night sky, pastel and feather images of owls, as well as creating a habitat for a hedgehog and sewing a cute furry bat!

We even have some very special visitors and an 'After Dark' nightime experience....we had an amazing time!

To find out more please click on the links below:

Homework

Please click on the link below to download a copy of the homework tasks for this half term:

#Mannequin Challenge

The Mannequin Challenge is a viral Internet video trend where people remain frozen in action like mannequins while a moving camera films them. The hashtag #MannequinChallenge was used on Twitter and Instagram. It is believed that the phenomenon was started by students in Jacksonville, Florida, in October 2016. It has been to bullet time scenes from science fiction films such as The Matrix, and X-Men.

The initial post has inspired works by other groups, especially professional athletes and sports teams, who have posted increasingly complex and elaborate videos...so we thought we would have a turn!

What do you think?

'After Dark' Experience

As part of our 'Who's Afraid of the Dark?' topic, we returned to  school at 6.00 for a fantastic ‘After Dark’ experience as the grand finale to their ‘Who’s Afraid of the Dark?’ topic.

Unfortunately as the weather was not very favourable part of the evening had to be spent inside but that did not spoil the event. We enjoyed making cute little owls out of stones, read stories in the dark about night time and nocturnal animals using only torch light, designed a garden that would attract nocturnal animals for our dolls house and painted a giant night time mural on huge rolls of paper.

We explored our outdoor areas by torchlight and searched for owl puppets, hunted for nocturnal animals and insects, listened to the sounds of the evening and shone torches high up to the sky to see how far the torch beams would travel.

Then to end the evening we gathered around an open fire to enjoy hot dogs and ‘Smores’ (digestive biscuits sandwiched together with a toasted marshmallow squashed in the middle).

The children (and adults) all had a brilliant time and thoroughly enjoyed the evening.

Thanks must go to Mrs Callaghan, Miss Brownrigg, Mrs Whittle, Miss Bailey (our SCITT student teacher), Mr McQueen and Mrs Callaghan's daughter, Trinity, for giving up their Friday night to enhance our  learning experiences.

Visit our Gallery page to see more photos!
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Our Special Prickly Visitor

As part of our 'Who's Afraid of the Dark?' topic, we had another very special visitor...Timmy the hedgehog! Timmy is am African hedgehog and he was brought in by Amelia's mum.

We had a great time watching him use his snout to have a good sniff around and many of us took up the opportunity to hold him! He was very small and extremely cute!

Thank you very much to Mrs Nelson for taking the time to bring him in for us to see! We had a great time!


Please visit our gallery page to see more photos...
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Daft Bat!

We have been reading the story 'Daft Bat' by Jeanne Willis. All the other animals think Bat is mad. How can she say a tree has the trunk at the top and the leaves at the bottom? Until, that is, they consult wise Owl who suggests that if they just try looking at things from Bat's point of view, they might see thing very differently.... so that is exactly what we did!
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Baywings Visit

To support our new topic, 'Who's Afraid of the Dark?' we had some very special visitors! Gary from a company called Baywings came to show us some of his beautiful owls.

We met Pipp, the Little Owl, Fidget the Barn Owl, Snowy the Snowy Owl and a Bengali Eagle Owl (who, on arrival didn't have a name, but we later named Breeze).

We learnt all about what they eat, how they hunt for their prey, where they live and how they have adapted to become such good night hunters.

We even got to hold an owl too! It was a fantasic afternoon and will really help our learning.

Please click on our gallery page to see even more fantastic photos:

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Homework Gallery

Below is just a small sample of some of the fantastic 'Who's Afraid of the Dark?' homework from this half term.
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Who's Afraid of the Dark? Display Gallery

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Halloween

We have great fun celenrating Halloween at school this year! We came in dressed up as skeletons, vampires, witches, Frankenstein's Monster and even a zombie footballer!

We really enjoyed ourselves making marshmallow eyeballs, banana ghosts, mummies and designing our own pumpkins.

In the afternoon we had a fab time at the spooky Halloween disco with Year One and Reception.


Please visit our Gallery page to see more of our spectacular costumes!
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Autumn Term 1:

The Wild West


During this first half term we discovered who the Native American Indians are and find out about how they lived their lives. We learnt about th
e different tribes and what life was like living on the Great Plains.


We investigated how the Native American way of life was disrupted by new settlers and the railroad companies.

We found out who cowboys were and what they did, and learnt about the long drive and what a cowboy's job actually involved.

We explored the landscape and climate of the Great Plains and looked at the plants and creatures that can be found there.

For more detailed information please click on the links below:

Homework

Please click on the link below to download a copy of the homework tasks for this half term:
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Rootin' Tootin' Wild West Day

We had great fun recreating the Wild West in our school grounds to round off our fantasic 'Wild West' topic. We developed our bush craft skills and out throwing skills. We cooked cowboy grub (beans and corn) on the camp fire, lassoed 'cattle', built prairie schooners and practised our archery and throwing skills. We all came to school dressed as cowboys, cowgirls or Indians.Thank you very much to Mums, Dads and families for providing the amazing costumes! We all looked fab and had a fantastic day!

Check out our Gallery page for more photos!

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Panning for Gold

There's gold in them there hills!!

Eureka....we are rich! The children in Year Two have been panning for gold in their very own gold mine! As prospectors, we claimed our land, protected our mine and it's contents and panned for nuggets of gold in our river!

We were very successful and found many nuggets of gold. We had great fun!

Check out our gallery page for more photos!
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Wild West Display Gallery

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Homework Gallery

Below is just a small sample of some of the fantastic Wild West homework from this half term.
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  • Collaboration Smurf

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  • Thoughtful Smurf

  • Inquisitive Smurf

  • Perseverance Smurf

  • Adventurous Smurf

  • Patient Smurf

  • Creative Smurf

  • Tolerance Smurf


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