Year 2 at The Children's Orchestra

Year 2 were very lucky to travel to Southampton on a huge coach to see The Children’s Orchestra.  The children were captivated by the talented musicians, the flamboyant conductor and the skilful magician who linked the performance together.

Emilia’s favourite part was the end because the children got to sing a song called ‘It’s an Ark’ and they had to keep singing BANG SAW THUMP CRASH. Barnaby liked the loud noises because he loves loud things.  They were amazing!  The last instrument that entered the concert hall was the tuba and it was the loudest.  Ava Mae liked it when all the violins were playing together because it was happy music and it made her feel happy.  Cameron and Myla liked the magician because he was funny and very clever.

Project 215

Come and see our Year 2 soldier at Vigo Road Recreation Ground on 10th November. He represents one of the 215 soldiers from Andover who were killed during World War 1. We decorated our soldier with pastel drawings of the trenches and labels showing the gifts the children would have sent to the soldiers.


Year 2 Roald Dahl Day

Year 2 enjoyed a special Roald Dahl day when they dressed up as their favourite Roald Dahl characters and took part in an Enormous Crocodile drama workshop. 

This then gave them some ideas for their puppet designs.  They worked very hard to plan their paper patterns for their puppets.