Science Investigations

The children were scientists exploring different ways to sort everyday objects. Take a look 👀

Mental Health Week

Last week was Children’s Mental Health Week so we started the week with Circle Time which gave every child the opportunity to express their thought, their feelings and a time to share their likes and dislikes. They really enjoyed the session. We had a lot of fun.

The children also had a celebration assembly and another free book was given out to a child that has read at least three times a week for ten weeks. Well done to you all for another fabulous week.

What an Incredible Week!

The beginning of this week the children worked really hard in English creating a bank of adjectives to describe a character. The work was beautifully presented.

Two of the children received a free book for reading three times a week for 10 weeks. Congratulations to you both.

On Thursday, we had a reading inspire workshop. Thank you to all the parents that attended! It was an incredible turnout and the children loved working with you.

Finally, we had such a fabulous day today. Ros Ingram, an amazing artist, helped the children to create a Shakespearean sculpture made from clay. The children really enjoyed themselves and their work will be displayed during Shakespeare week in March.

Congratulations and a special Shakespeare treat

Last Friday we had a fantastic day. The morning began with our special congratulations assembly. We are all so proud of all the hard work the children achieve.

In the afternoon, John Edgar, a wonderful story teller, actor and musician treated 2BH to a Shakespearean story. The children were totally engaged in learning the history of William Shakespeare and about his amazing work. Thank you to Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and to John for such a lovely experience.