Caroline Haslett Primary School

Nil satis nisi optimum. Nothing but the best is good enough

We are outstanding

Year 2

A few pictures from the Roald Dahl Museum trip.

We had a healthy eating lesson.

Rutherford Class Assembly

Parents of children in Rutherford class were invited to watch their assembly on Thursday 28th March. The children did a great job and we hope the families enjoyed it as much as the children enjoyed putting it together.

 

Volta Class Assembly

Well done to Volta class who performed their class assembly on Thursday 21st March; everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. You did a brilliant job and thank you to all the families who came along to watch.

 

India Day

On Tuesday 19th March, our year 2 classes had “India Day”. They dressed in traditional Indian clothing and some of the parents kindly made and brought in some Indian Food. Ira and her mum put on a beautiful dance demonstration too. Thank you to the parents who cooked and came along to help on the day. The children really enjoyed it and the food was absolutely delicious.

 

Year 2 Robot Making

On Wednesday 6th February, parents of children in Year 2 came in to help with the robot building afternoon. Everyone had great fun and some absolutely fantastic robots were produced. Thanks to parents for giving up their time and well done to the children for their brilliant work.

 

Bug Hotel

Using what they have discovered in Science about microhabitats, Year 2 have made 'bug hotels'. They learnt how to safely drill and saw wood, and then added twigs, pine cones, compost and straw to provide a safe and cosy home for a variety of minibeasts. A big thank you to The Friends of Caroline Haslett for providing the terracotta pots and balsa wood. 

 

On Thursday 15th March Rutherford Class performed their class assembly. They did a fantastic job so congratulations on all their hard work.

On Thursday 8th March Volta held their class assembly.They worked so hard and putting in lots of practise. Well done to all of them.

 

India Day

On Thursday 22nd February , children in Year 2 had an India Day. They wore traditional dress and colours, ate Indian food and learned about the culture, music and dance. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and thank you to the parents who came in to help and who made some fantastic food for the children to sample.