2nd Class

Welcome to Second Class!


16th May 2019


Easter 2019

Today we said goodbye to Miss Harlin who has been teaching us throughout 2nd Class.  After Easter, Mrs Sweeney will be back from her maternity leave to take us for the rest of the year.

Goodbye Miss Harlin, we will miss you and we wish you the best in your new job.  Thank you for looking after us so well.  Here’s the poem we put on her card…

01 April 2019

The following letter and Registration Forms were sent home today for the new BE ACTIVE ASAP course for 2nd Class which will commence after the Easter Holidays on Wednesdays from 2.40-3.30pm.  This is FREE of charge and an excellent opportunity for pupils to get fit in a structured and fun way.


March 2019

Children in 2nd Class were introduced to the world of computer code, and the child-friendly coding application Scratch.  They worked in pairs to create a Cat Animation, a Game of Tip, On-screen Art and they even tried out the Video Sensing features, Sound Recording and Editing (a big hit with the whole class!).  There was so much enthusiasm from the boys and girls in 2nd class, and they all thoroughly enjoyed their coding classes each week.  The children were all presented with a certificate from Joan McCann of The Code Lab, to recognise their achievements.  Well done 2nd class!


10th December 2018

Just a quick reminder to everyone that the School Nativity and Concert is on next Monday 17th December at 7pm in the School Hall.

As the Communion Class, it usually falls on 2nd Class pupils to present the main Nativity play for the school.  All pupils have been working hard practising their lines in recent weeks and we are looking forward to performing to parents next Monday.

Pupils need to be in school by 6.30pm.  As regards costumes, we have a new class set of of costumes so parents need not worry about making costumes.  The angels need to wear white tights and a white long sleeved top to go under their costumes.  All other pupils to wear dark trousers or tights and dark long sleeved top.

Many thanks

Miss Harlin