I can’t quite believe that it’s that time again and we’ve all made it to the much anticipated summer holidays! On behalf of all of the staff who have had the pleasure of working with Year 2 this year, I just want to say a huge well done! Each and every one of you have faced your fears, overcome different challenges and have pushed yourselves in ways you never thought you could! You have all made bundles of progress and have grown into such kind, resilient and hard-working young human beings.
It is hard to believe that next week the children will be completing their final week in Year 2. Time really has flown by far too quickly. The class have really enjoyed reading to the end of Fantastic Mr Fox and are already looking for different Roald Dahl books to read and enjoy in the library.
This week has been another incredibly busy one and before we’ve had time to blink, we have reached Friday once again! We had a whole school Online Safety Day on Tuesday, where each class was asked to focus mainly on screen time and discuss how spending too much time online or gaming can effect both ourselves and our relationships with others.
This week, the children have had their first taste of the juniors as we have all got to grips with the junior timetable. With a few tummy grumbles after waiting until 1pm for lunch, the children have soon got to grips with sharing their play with different classes and completing different lessons at different times. I think the firm favourite change was ending the week with Art on a Friday morning!
What a great morning we had down at the Lifeboat Station today! The children learnt so much about lifeboats and how sea rescue has changed over the years. The volunteers even managed to squeeze in a little bit of beach safety for us too. We finished our trip with a delicious ice cream on the beach before making our way back to school.
Following the Athletic’s team success at the Lytham Cluster, the team headed off to Stanley Park on Tuesday to compete on behalf of Fylde and Wyre at the Lancashire Youth Games. Teams from all over the boroughs of Lancashire met at Stanley Park to compete against each other in a range of sports. New for this year was angling…who knew this was a sport at schools.