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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2

Penguin ClassPuffin ClassHummingbird Class

Mrs Sedge

Mrs Pattison

Miss Pullis

Miss Spencer

Miss Kiddle

Miss Bell

Mrs Luckhurst

 Miss Edwards and Mrs Voisey - support

Here is a poem that Penguin Class wrote as part of Book Week. Well done Penguin Class!



At the Seaside.


Fisherman, fisherman what do you see?

I see a kraken in the deep, dark sea.


Fisherman, fisherman, what do you hear?

I hear drunken pirates, drinking beer.


Fisherman, fisherman, what do you feel?

I feel a scaly, electric eel.


Fisherman, fisherman, what can you smell?

I smell a mermaid, mixing a spell.


By Penguin Class  

Olive and her sisters Daisy and Elsie took part in the 'Colour me purple' fund raising event for Macmillan in memory of their mum. Well done girls, we are very proud of you!

We were so proud of our Year 2 children for completing their SATs with so much optimism and resilience. They have taken it all in their stride and reminded their teachers how amazing they are. They had a well deserved treat afternoon on the field to end the week!

Year 2 had a brilliant Zoom call with some bee keepers from the Quince Honey Farm who are based in Devon. We were able to see inside the hives and learned some fantastic facts about bees!

Year 2 hearing tests

We have been asked to share this survey with you on behalf of Kent County Council who are reviewing the school entry hearing screening programme.


Children in Reception Year are offered a school entry hearing screen by the Kent School Health Service in school or clinic. This year (and also last year) the programme has been delivered differently as a result of Covid-19 and families have been given the opportunity to opt into the programme if they have concerns about their child’s hearing.

If your child is in Year 2 please complete our 10-minute survey by the 12th of March 2021, so that your views can be included in any future plans for the screening programme.’

Some Reminders


Please ensure that ALL your children’s clothing is named, including trousers, skirts and shirts. When the children get changed for PE it is hard for them to find the right white shirt if it is not named.

Please also ensure that the children have a named water bottle in school every day.

Check out our 'Forest School' web page.



Get in Touch

  • Halfway Houses Primary SchoolDanley Road, Sheerness, Isle of Sheppey,Kent, ME12 3AP

  • 01795 662875