Welcome to Class 2
NSPCC visits our school.
All children have the right to:
- speak out and be heard
- be safe
- get help when they need to
Active Ted helps Bishopton stay active!
Class 2 have been chosen to begin Active Ted's diary. Each day one lucky child takes Active Ted home and aims to do at least 30 minutes of exercise.
What have we found in the school grounds?
The children have been gathering information about minibeasts in a variety of places.
Our school had a visit from the Dog's Trust to show us how to be safe around animals.
Class 2 displays their topic work and homework on the Great Fire of London.
Parents come to look at the wonderful work!
Great Fire of London art work using a computer paint program.
Fantastic pictures created using a variety of tools. Well done Class 2!
Class 2 enters a Lucy Pittaway Competition
The children's artwork was inspired by the Cycling World Championships taking place in North Yorkshire.
Class 2 painted in the style of Lucy Pittaway.
Autumn 2018 - Summer 2019
The Dog's Trust visits Bishopton!
Class 2 have been learning about how to stay safe around dogs.
Well done to Class 2 for completing your homework tasks.
Bishopton performs: A Miracle in Town!
Class Two Topic Homework
The children created amazing lighthouses using lots of materials.
Many of the lighthouses even lit up!
The children designed and made their own lighthouses with the help of their parents and grandparents. A great morning was had by all!
Class 2 came dressed in something spotty to support Children in Need!
An author visits Bishopton!
Chris Connaughton joined Class 2 for a story telling session.
To raise awareness for anti-bullying week, Class 2 wore Odd Socks for the day!
The children in Class 2 were given a variety of homework tasks to choose from linked to their Grace Darling topic.
Their achievements were celebrated in assembly and all children received a certificate.
What a great day out! The children learnt lots about living things and their habitats.
Year 2 have enjoyed Outdoor Science this week. They have been using scientific equipment to observe living things more closely in the local environment.
Sally Scott, a Commonwealth Bronze Medal Winner, visited our school. She shared her experiences about becoming a pole vaulter and explained what hurdles she overcame to climb to the top.
The whole school took part in a special Harvest Festival where by many gifts were donated and sent to a local food bank.
What an eventful afternoon we have had searching for minibeasts! Class 2 have used new Science equipment to observe a variety of insects in lots of different places around the school grounds.
Class 2 have had a successful Egyptian themed Egg Day!
Class Two took part in African Drumming playing the Djembes!