Welcome to Class P 2

Welcome to Class P2 

 We are a Key Stage 3 class of 14 pupils in Years 7, 8 and 9.

The staff are Ms White (teacher), Mrs Dickson (Monday – Wednesday), Mrs Stewart (Thursday and Friday) and Ms Farrington (teaching assistants).

In P2, some of the lessons are taught by different teachers but due to current circumstances lessons will be taught in our own classroom. We will be providing individual equipment packs and ask that pupils do not bring in pencil cases from home.

We will be having lunch in our own classrooms when we come back in September and break times will be staggered to ensure social distancing.

PE is on a Monday afternoon so that is the day that you will need to have your kit.

On Thursday there is a tuck shop and the children are welcome to bring in some money to buy confectionary.

Pupils are also welcome to bring a healthy snack to have at break time and we also recommend that they bring their own water bottle with fresh water every day. Pupils can bring in their own mug from home for our weekly cup of tea time linked to P.S.H.E. targets.

Each pupil in P2 is given a home-school book. This is a way of communicating any important messages and information.

English and Maths homework is sent out in a weekly basis and a list of spellings that there will be a test for each week.

We are looking forward to having a fun and exciting year!


Ms White and team.

Take a look below and see what we've been  up to!

Autumn Term
In Maths we have been working on thinking of our own question, collecting data and ways we could display our data in a chart or table.
We have also been working on addition and have used different strategies for addition, such as bar modelling, counting on and using concrete objects.
Autumn Term
We used key words to create interesting sentences as part of our spellings and phonics focus.
Spring Term

We loved doing Archery and all pupils made fantastic progress.

Spring Term

In Art, we have used everyday objects to produce pictures. Some of these are very imaginative. Great work!

Spring Term
For World Book Day, we decided to focus on stories that make us laugh. We watched a clip where Jeff Kinney described where his inspiration for the stories came from. We created our own funny diary stories in a similar style and added pictures.
Spring Term

We played a Spanish phrase game of snap and were able to choose the Spanish phrases that matched the English Phrases. These phrases were about feelings in Spanish and other conversational phrases.