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Year 1/2

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Autumn Term 2021


Armistice Day


On Thursday 11th November Yr1/2 walked with Yr 5/6 to the War Memorial at Rewe to lay wreaths and take part in the Armistice Day service.A Poppy Wreath was laid at the Memorial for The Staff and Pupils of Stoke Canon Primary School. If a child belonged to an organisation then they were allowed to wear their uniform into school for the day eg. Guides, Brownies, Rainbows, Cubs, Scouts, Beavers and Boys Brigade.




Trip to Dartmoor.


We went to Bellever Tor. We were learning how to make maps and we drew maps of where we walked. We were spotting geographical features to put on to our maps.We then looked at OS maps to compare them with the ones that we had made to see any differences. A good day enjoyed by all enjoying all the views.

Day of the Dead Masks


Day of the Dead is a celebration of life and not death.The celebration was started in Mexico and Central America. This celebration is not the same as Halloween.People eat sugar and chocolate skulls and play with brightly coloured skulls.

Spring Term 2022



Chinese New Year

Pancake Day


An assembly was held in the school hall and Mrs Bilton talked about Pancake Day and then the children in Yr 1/2 sampled pancakes. They were yummy! 

Later on the children were able to have pancake races and also had races in teams.



World Book Day


Each child has entered a competition organised by The Devon Library Service. The t shirt design was of your favourite book character. The pictures of t shirt are under "T shirt competition".

World Book Day in School

SCARF Workshops


SCARF stands for Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience and Friendship.

Coram Life Education & SCARF are the UK's leading Charity provider of PHSE and wellbeing education in primary schools. They visited the school and provided workshops for each class, really focusing on how we understand and react to our own feelings and of those around us.

Summer Term 2021.


The children have entered a Royal Mail Postage Stamp Competition. They had to design and draw a picture of the hero or heroes of the coronavirus pandemic that they would like to see on a postage stamp.

" Boo to a Goose" Production seen by Year 1/2 and Reception Class on Monday 5th July. Photographs show very excited and engrossed faces of children having a lovely time.

Journey to Japan. Our theme throughout the Summer Term was Japan and based on the Olympic Games. We had several activities which included-

Writing our names in Japanese.

School Games at the school field.

Working with a local artist to make our own Cherry Blossom tree.