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Welcome to Primary 2. We have 8 pupils in class this year. Our teacher is called Miss Tonge and we are supported by Miss Pryor (ETA), Miss Blagbrough (Nursery Nurse) Monday – Thursday and Mrs. Turnbull on a Friday.
In Primary 2 we follow a semi-formal learning approach, with lots of opportunities for hands-on exploration and play. We have themed topics every half term that we learn about, please see our planning page to find out what we are currently learning about. Parents can find out more through our Dojo class story where we will post photos about what we have been doing in class.
Our classroom provides us with lots of opportunities to work together in small groups and learn through exploring the world around us. We have our own outdoor area which supports our physical and social development, as well as being great fun! We love to learn outside, we have forest school sessions and spend lots of time cooking in our class mud kitchen. We also enjoy learning in the Sensory Room, ICT Suite, and The Zone from time to time.
On Monday we visit the Playgym- this helps to develop our confidence and gross motor skills (and its lots of fun!)
On Wednesday and Friday, we have PE in the dining hall where we work on gross motors skills, core strength, and balance.
On Thursday we have VLA. VLA is when another teacher teaches us a different skill.
Every Wednesday we have a weekly singing and signing assembly led by Mrs Briggs and Mrs. Caie, the Semi-formal curriculum classes join Primary for this assembly.
Every Friday we have a weekly Primary assembly. Each week a different class is responsible for leading them, and showcasing their fabulous work.
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