Year Two and their learning adventures

We get up to all sorts of amazing things here at St. Louis Academy. Click one of our recent learning adventures below to read it in full.

An Eggsellent Week

An Eggsellent Week

Being great scientists and explorers, one piece of major eggcitement in Oak Class this week was thinking about materials we could use to protect an egg.  We worked in groups to think about the materials and layers we would use to create eggsellent protection for our...

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Working in His Creation

Working in His Creation

October is dedicated to the month of the Holy Rosary.  This week has seen us beginning to learn to pray the Rosary with the rest of the school.  Isn't it wonderful that technology can bring us together whilst we stay in our bubbles.  Oak Class prayed their decades...

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Wild Things!

Wild Things!

No, not us! We're Oak Class! We have been learning about Max and wild things in Where The Wild Things Are.  Creep through our vines and come and take a look!     In maths we have been comparing and ordering numbers to 100.  Today we saw how our times tables facts are...

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From the very beginning…

From the very beginning…

"God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. 4 And God saw that the light was good" Welcome back everyone, welcome to Year 2! I always say it, but we have been very busy.  We are making new friends, doing new learning - recalling learning from before - and...

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The Battle of Hastings

The Battle of Hastings

In Oak we have been learning about 'The Normans and Castles'. The children have found out about the Norman invasion of England in 1066. They have enjoyed learning about the events leading up to the Battle of Hastings. They were surprised to find out that when King...

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Horizontal Stripes

Horizontal Stripes

In Oak we have created our own collages in response to the work of Patrick Heron.   Patrick Heron is a British painter and art critic. He was born in Yorkshire but moved to Cornwall when he was five. He was influenced by artists such as Henri Matisse and Paul...

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