Year 2 have made a fantastic start to the year.We began with a lovely day at Cannon Hall Farm. In school we have met many superheroes, spending time with Traction Man and Scrubbing Brush, finding out about the first superhero and how Superman has changed over time. We will now be focussing on special skills needed to be a superhero so we can create an obstacle course. We will be inviting Y1 children to come and train with us.
Year 2 blogSchool Council at Proove Pizza
Our school council have been working really hard so far this year and have made so many improvements to Bankwood Primary Community School. As a special treat, they visited Proove Pizza to learn how to make a fresh pizza. They discovered that pizza originated from Greece and that years ago, cheese was often considered too… Read more…Armistice Day 2018
Many thanks to everyone for bringing in plastic bottles; we received over 300!. We have created our Bankwood tribute to the many soldiers that fought and those who did not return home after World War One. Another well done to the children for their maturity during the special assemblies held this week.Sent into Space
Last half-term, the school took part in ‘Classtronauts’ where an object is sent, videoed and tracked on its journey into the stratosphere. The y2 children built the astronaut and the y6 children are currently examining the data received. Current findings tell us that the balloon, and its contents, reached an altitude of around 32,280 m… Read more…Fortnite: a parents’ guide
Fortnite: Battle Royale, has received a lot of media coverage recently due to growing popularity amongst children – and also emerging safety concerns across the media. Over the last few months in school, we have seen the game’s continuing popularity grow; children from Year 1 to Year 6 tell us they play the game, despite… Read more…Skipping Competition 2018
Skipping Competition On Tuesday 12th June, Year 2 pupils competed in the first ever Sheffield Skipping School Festival at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre. Twenty three Bankwood students attended, after working extremely hard during lunch time and after school clubs. There were six schools that participated, coming from across the whole city. The Events… Read more…