Year 2

13Sep

Year 2 Criod city

Today all the students in Year Two built a city out of their houses. There was a lot of cooperation, adaptability, inquiry and resilience involved. The students tried, thought, re-tried, made roads etc. When they were happy with the city, we moved it to a science experiment site in the art garden. The buildings will stay there over the weekend and on Monday we shall see which building was waterproof and had good strong foundations. ...

06Sep

WORKSHOP ON BUILDINGS

This week on Tuesday, we had a fantastic workshop on buildings by Mr. Anosh also known as Nahia and Aroha’s dad. Children experienced an opportunity to learn how buildings are formed and got to ask a number of questions…                          ...

29Aug

Entry Point- Buildings

Year 2s were super excited during their entry point on Buildings.    In groups they were asked to construct any type of building.  After selecting a variety of materials their creativity, problem solving and cooperation skills all came into play.  Throughout the rest of week we have been talking about how to improve the strength of their buildings.  A big thank you to Liam’s parents, Mr & Mrs. Glasson, and a thank you in advance to Aroha and Nahia’s dad,...

23Aug

Brain challenge!

  This week in year 2, we have learnt about the brain, it’s different parts and functions. Then  the children were given a challenge of  setting up their own obstacle course. It was amazingly fun!  T ...

19May

STEM OLYMPIAD at KCIPrimary

 We had a very interesting morning visiting KCIPrimary for science investigations. The children enjoyed boat building, mini Olympics, mystery architecture, making balloon rockets, puff mobiles and above all interacting with children from other schools. Thank you KCIPrimary for organising everything!  ...

02Apr

Workshop Clowning

Today we had an amazing Clown workshop by Jessica Haines, better known as Mummy Olivia and Juliet. Jess is a South African actress. She frequently works in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Nairobi and Kampala. She is married to Richard Ancrum Walker, they have three children. After living in North Africa, Tunisia, for two years they then moved to Nairobi, Kenya, where they lived for 8 years. They are now based in Kampala, Uganda. In the workshop we have been finding our inner clown, discovering...

22Mar

The Circus is Coming to Town – Entry Point

   Have you heard the saying laughter is the best medicine? Laughing and having fun are such important part of our lives. We all love being entertained and enjoying ourselves. Juggling, movement, entertainment, pushes, pulls, soft toys, balls and costumes! ...

14Mar

School trip- The Uganda Wildlife Education Center Zoo

A guide took us around the Uganda wildlife Conservation Education Centre (UWEC). We met the big cats, Lions, Serval and Leopards. The Hyenas, Impalas, African Buffaloes, hogs and Bushbucks roam around the short grass and are easy to be spotted. We have seen the African big 5 members, giraffes, elephants and White Rhinos, before they dip their heads back into enjoying their vegetarian meal. Next to that we have seen snakes in the glass, seals, crocodiles and turtles in the water....

05Feb

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR !!

Chinese New Year is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. The festival is usually referred to as the Spring Festival in mainland China, and is one of several Lunar New Years in Asia. This year it’s the year of the pig. Happy New Year Everyone! Enjoy our pictures 🙂   ...

31Jan

Open Morning

Many thanks to parents who were able to join us for our open morning today. We value your time and your involvement in our learning! ...

31Jan

Movement through dance – Unit 2

In Year 2, we have just completed our dance unit. This was an exciting adventure where we learnt the reasons why people dance as well as different forms of dance. Children got the opportunity of choreographing their own dance and called it the Jungle dance. As a way of celebrate the children’s learning, children performed this dance at the Friday assembly in front of their parents, teachers and fellow students. We are now turning the wheels of learning to mini football...

11Jan

Entry point – I’m Alive!

Today our year twos were celebrating our new IPC unit entry point – I’m Alive! We all brought a plastic container, a handful of stones and potting compost to school. It was a very exciting morning for the children and teachers. We all planted our own fruit tree ( we used our senses to find out which fruit tree we planted). We will take care of our trees everyday and look out for any changes . We will later on bring them...