• Barclay Bike Update
    Barclay Bike and the Attendance Party - Update


    As you know, last year we introduced the Barclay Reading Bike Scheme - a child from each phase receiving a bike from a raffle of children who had read daily at home.  We were unable to give away bikes in the Summer Term due to the bikes not arriving in school on time.  Therefore, the draw for the bikes will happen in the new term!  (All tickets have been stored from last term!)

    The 100% attendance party is happening at the end of the second week in the Autumn Term.  We postponed this event due to staff being absent - apologies.  We can't wait to share our 100% children from last term in assembly.
    Posted 14 Aug 2017, 10:00 by Daniel-John Constable
  • Year 2 Tower of London Trip

    Year 2 Tower of London Trip


    This week Year 2 went to the Tower of London and a had a great time walking around the White Tower. The White Tower is one of the most famous castle keeps in the world. It was built, to awe, subdue and terrify Londoners and to deter foreign invaders. There were amazing things to see, like the armour and weapons kept in the White Tower keep. They also had the opportunity to visit the Crown Jewels and we were all very amazed to see all the lovely jewels. The children enjoyed a talk and tour of the Tower from a knight - a few children were even knighted themselves, so we have some lords and ladies in Year 2 now!  We are so grateful to all the parents who assisted on the trip - you were amazing and helped to ensure that the children had a safe and enjoyable time. Importantly, all the children were extremely well-behaved and a credit to Barclay Primary School.


    Posted 13 Mar 2017, 04:26 by Katelyn Wood
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    Posted 14 Aug 2017, 10:02 by Daniel-John Constable
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    Posted 14 Aug 2017, 10:02 by Daniel-John Constable
  • Knight and Castles Topic Entry Point - Year 2

    Year 2 Knights and Castle Topic Entry Point


    First day back, our Year 2 children looked lovely in their Knights, Princes, Princesses, dragon and wizard outfits. Throughout the day we were engaged in lots of fun activities. Some of which included;


    Fashion show

    Children walked down the aisle and showed off their lovely outfit.


    Designing our own Coat of Arms

    The children discussed about how having a coat of arms started, and that they came in different shapes and sizes as well as the meanings of the different charges. Below are a few examples of children’s designs;






    Making a repeated pattern mosaic with a knight or castle silhouette

    We took our time  to create our repeated pattern using different coloured squares and glued it together.




    A huge WELL DONE to our Year 2 children for all their efforts on Wednesday!


    Posted 5 Jan 2017, 09:13 by Katelyn Wood
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