Oakley Vale Primary School

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Educating the next generation of inspirational adults

Year 2 news

Year 2 news

A selection of news stories from Year 2
  • Students in Year 2 explore nature

    Published on Wednesday 24th January 2018

    Students in Year 2 have been learning how to be photographers as part of their ICT lessons and experimented by taking their own nature themed photos using the LearnPads.

  • Year 2 ‘Lady with the Lamp’ assembly

    Published on Tuesday 28th November 2017

    To celebrate the end of their topic ‘The Lady with the Lamp’ Year 2 invited parents and carers into assembly to tell the story of Florence Nightingale and her incredible work during the Crimean War. 

  • Year 2 launch their new topic

    Published on Wednesday 8th November 2017

    To celebrate the launch of their new topic, ‘Florence Nightingale – The Lady with the Lamp, ‘students in Year 2 came to school dressed as doctors and nurses and spent the day learning and discovering about Florence Nightingale and how she invented modern day nursing.

  • Year 2 European Stay and Cook afternoon

    Published on Wednesday 1st November 2017

    To compliment their learning about ‘Our Continent’ Year 2 invited parents and carers into school to join in an afternoon of cooking and activities related to Europe. 

  • Year 2 explore Oakley Vale

    Published on Wednesday 13th September 2017

    As part of their new topic  ‘My Continent and I’ students in Year 2 invited parents and carers into school to join them on a local walk around Oakley Vale to help with their writing and map work.

     

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