News & Events in Year 2

Year 2 enjoy many learning activities throughout the year - enjoy taking a look through just some of the children's experiences.
  • KS1 E-Safety Workshops – Captain Digi!

    Published on Wednesday 20th June 2018

    We were delighted to welcome Steve from One Day Creative to run some e-safety sessions with us. The session focused on how to stay safe when playing games online.

  • This week's Golden Bookers!

    Published on Wednesday 13th June 2018

    Here are the amazing Year 1s and 2s that have wowed us this week!

  • KS1 Sports Day

    Published on Monday 28th May 2018

    KS1 pupils at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy had ‘pots’ of fun at their allotment themed sports day on Tuesday the 22nd May.

  • Year 2 Take Care Homework

    Published on Tuesday 6th February 2018

    This term we were challenged to create a tudor house at home.


  • We are delighted that Bourne Abbey have won a very special reading award.


    Published on Monday 29th January 2018

    Artsmark Gold is a prestigious award given to schools who can demonstrate excellence in Arts provision throughout the school in: art, dance, drama and music.  

  • KS1 Christmas Service

    Published on Monday 11th December 2017
    It's that time of year when the children of Bourne Abbey remember the true story of Christmas.
  • Christmas Tree Festival

    Published on Sunday 3rd December 2017

    On Friday the 1st of December the KS2 collective worship council visited the Methodist Church in Bourne for the annual Christmas Tree Festival. 

  • New News Story

    Published on Monday 27th November 2017
    The annual Open Art and Poetry Competition presentation evening has taken place at the Willoughby Memorial Trust Gallery, Corby Glen on Friday 24th November 2017.  
  • Friendship Week

    Published on Monday 27th November 2017

    From 13th - 17th November all the children at Bourne Abbey took part in our annual Friendship Week.

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