World Book Day 2022

world Book Day

Thursday 3rd March is World Book Day.  We will be celebrating in school with lots of fun activities and competitions.

Instead of dressing up the children can come to school wearing pyjamas and they can bring their favourite book to share with their class.

There are lots of ideas and fun things for families to do on the World Book Day website.   Please have a look with your children.

This week in Primary 2/1 – 17th September 2021

We have had another very busy week in Primary 2/1.

We have been:

  • Learning the i sound and the sh phoneme
  • Using our magnetic boards to form our letters and building words with our phonemes.
  • Retelling the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
  • Counting objects up to 10 and working on addition strategies.
  • Learning about how we are all unique and our fingerprints.
  • Learning all about our heart and the important jobs it does.



Primary 2/1 – Settling In!

Primary 2/1 have settled in well at school.  We have been working very hard and having lots of fun.

We have been :

  • Counting on and back within 30.
  • Singing the alphabet song and learning some new sounds and phonemes.
  • Using the story of Elmer to create our class charter.
  • Enjoying free play and spending time with our friends.

We can’t wait for the rest of our learning this week.

Primary 2/1 Learning Overview – Term 2

We have had lots of fantastic learning experiences this term in Primary 2/1.  Attached is an overview of the things that we have learned in class.  Please also have a look at the school Twitter page to see some photographs of some of our learning.

We are looking forward to having lots of Festive Fun next week with our Christmas Mass, Online Panto, Christmas activity afternoon and Christmas movie day too.

Have a wonderful Christmas

Mrs Warner


P2/1 Learning Overview Term 2

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