Category Archives: Primary 2

Family Learning Events Evaluation

On Tuesday at Parent’s Night, our Head and Depute boys and girls will be asking you for your views on or Family Learning Events. Please take time to complete the online evaluation with them. We are always trying to gather your views to help us plan for future events. Please see below for the QR Code and Web link.

Welcome to Fairyland!

Today we had our Fairyland open morning. The turn out was excellent and we would like to thank everyone for coming. The children enjoyed singing their song and showing family and friends all the hard work that they have been completing over the past few months. They also enjoyed working at all the tasks that were set up and sharing these with others.

We are putting Little Red Riding Hood into the right order. – James
I like working with mum. – Samuel
It was fun singing the song. – Lilymay
I matched the words to the pictures. I like the dragon. -Ula
I made a nice dress. – Maisie May
We used describing words to talk about the character.
It was fun working with mum and dad with Mrs Ellis. – Hannah

Health Week

What a busy Health Week we have had. On Monday we learned about the importance of our mental health and took part in emotion workshops and activities. On Tuesday we focused on our physical health and participated in yoga and even learned Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes in Spanish. Wednesday was our Sports Day and it was great to see so many of our families cheering us on. We will definitely need a rest over the long weekend!

We learned about our feelings. – Chanel
We talked about how Hansel and Gretel felt.- Shonnie
We made feeling hearts and used colours to show how we were feeling.-Olivia
This is Hansel saying no… we was scared.- Alicja
We are learning about some breathing exercises.
We are meditating.
I liked the tree yoga pose.- Shae
My favourite was the downward facing dog pose. – Rachel
We were learning about all the different body parts.
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes in Spanish.

The Bedtime Book Buddies

Thank you very much to all the families that have joined us over the past few weeks at The Bedtime Book Buddies. We have had lots of fun hearing stories about crayons, naughty cats, creepy monsters and magical unicorns. I hope you continue to share all your favourite stories both in school and at home.

Daisy- I knew all the different coloured crayons.

Daniel and Robbie planned their outfit designs together.

We discussed the three sharing all together in our reading circle.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

This week we went into class and found a story book and tubs of porridge. We knew that our focus fairy tale must be Goldilocks and the three bears. We have had lots of fun activities to help us develop our learning about the story. We even got to try some porridge and write instructions about how to make it.

The dragon left us another letter and porridge.- Shanice
This is yummy.- James
This is so tasty. – Shae
I’m building a house for the Three Bears.- Oliver
I’m baby bear.- Rachel
We are ordering the story.- Margaret
I am writing instructions on how to make porridge.- Alicja
We watched the story online.
We are acting out the story.
Who is sleeping in my bed?- Robbie
This is just right.- Amelia
Ouch… I broke the chair.- Hannah


Dragons and Castles

This morning primary 1 and 2 had another special delivery from Fairyland. We had some dragon books and puppets and we had some books about castles. The dragon has asked us to learn about dragons and life in a castle and of course he wants us to keep reading Fairytales.

This morning we had another special delivery from Fairyland.

The dragon left us some puppets, I cant wait to play with them! Mason
We have to learn about dragons so we watched some clips from How To Train Your Dragon – Robert Thomas
I am a big dragon – Aleksander
I am building a castle for Fairyland – James
We are making a BIG BIG dragon for Fairyland – Cecilia
The queen is beautiful – Lacey


We made a castle – Jackson & Shae
We got some new construction materials and we had a go at making some castles using straws.