Oak learning Blog – Spring 2 Week 2

By Debbie Barlow on Saturday, March 11, 2017 in Year 2. No Comments


Hello everyone, Welcome to this weeks Oak Learning Blog! We have has another super week full of learning. In English, the children have continued their role as Fire Investigators and made some important Fire Safety leaflets advising people on how to be safe at home. Later in the week we became poets and studied the […]

Oak learning Blog – Spring term 1 week 5

By Debbie Barlow on Friday, February 3, 2017 in Year 2. 6 Comments


Hello everyone Welcome to this weeks Oak Learning Blog! Here is what we have been up to this week.. This week in English we had to draft and write our own riddle poetry. The children loved learning about this new style of poetry and writing tricky clues about a piece of fruit for other people […]

Oak learning Blog – Spring Term 1 Week 4

By Debbie Barlow on Friday, January 27, 2017 in Year 2. 4 Comments


Hello everyone Welcome to another Oak Learning Blog!  The children have had another busy week, with a few extra surprises! On Monday as soon as we entered school we changed into our PE kits for a visit from Tagtiv8. The children loved playing the maths games involving the tags, and it was great to see […]

Oak Learning Blog – Autumn 1Week 2

By Debbie Barlow on Sunday, September 18, 2016 in Year 2. 2 Comments


Hello everyone, Welcome to this weeks Oak Learning Blog! Our first full week has flown by. The children have done some fantastic learning and are settling into life in Year 2 really well. In English this week, we have been looking at poetry. On Monday, we read Moira Andrew’s ‘Portrait of a Dragon’, and were […]

Oak Class Learning Blog -9th to 13th November.

By Debbie Barlow on Sunday, November 15, 2015 in News, Year 2. 6 Comments


Well Oak class have had another super week and have made me very proud. They wrote some super reports showing all they have learnt so far about the First World War including paragraphs on the food, the uniforms and the weapons. They used fabulous openers, precise adjectives and a variety of conjunctions to explain to […]

Bournville Infant School is now on Twitter!

By Mr Hall on Thursday, October 8, 2015 in News. 1 Comment


Bournville Infant School is now on Twitter! You can follow us @bnvilleinfant to keep up to date with any school announcements and we will also be sharing children’s work and activities around school. A live Twitter feed has also been added to the home page of the school website and will update in real time. Today, we have some excerpts from […]