Most young kids of class 2 enjoy the task of essay writing as they do not have to mug up any answers and can write it on their own. At this level of junior school, kids are taught how to put meaningful sentences into paragraphs for essay writing. Vedantu has come up with easy-to-understand sample essays for these young kids of junior school to make essay writing even more fun for them. You can find the essay on ‘My School’ for class 2, on the website of Vedantu.
Vedantu’s experts aim to not only make learning accessible for everyone but also make it fun. The days of rote learning are long over and new methods of teaching have to be implemented now. With smart classes and daily quizzes, Vedantu’s teachers make English for class 2 easy and interesting for students. Let us take a look at a sample essay for ‘My School’, which is an essay-writing topic in class 2.
The name of my school is St. Xavier School and it is located in the area of Electronic City, in Bengaluru. Our school was established by Mr. Collins and Mrs. Flavia Albuquerque in the year 2010. Our school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education and has classes from Lower Kindergarten to 12th.
Our school campus houses classroom buildings and playgrounds. Our school building is white. All the students of our school have to go to the auditorium for our morning prayer assembly before our classes start for the day. All the students stand in straight lines and sing the prayer song in chorus. Some of the students are half asleep on most of the days, during the morning assembly. Their eyes seem to be closed for the latter part of the morning prayer and they sing the prayer in a sleepy voice. After the morning assembly, all the students go to their respective classrooms and wait for their teachers to come.
There are many classrooms on every floor of our school building and there is a long corridor just outside the classrooms. Some boys play in the corridor when no teacher is there in their classrooms. There is a big room in our school building, where our Principal sits and also there is a room where all our teachers sit. Some teachers are very friendly and loving while some teachers are strict. Most of the teachers ask for the previous day’s homework before starting the class. Few teachers give us homework only for the weekends.
I study in section-A of class 2 and there are 36 students in our section. Our class teacher changes the sitting arrangement every week so that everyone can get a chance to sit in the front row. The desks and benches smell of fresh paints every year when the school reopens for the new session. Whenever there is no teacher in our class, we play tic-tac-toe on the desks with pencils.
Our school has computer laboratories where we are taken by our computer teacher twice a week. We have to make groups of two or three before we get to type on a computer keyboard. Every week, there is a period for games, during which we can play games like cricket, football, etc. Some vendors sell potato chips, jellies, and toffees just outside our school premises. My friends and I love to have the jellies they sell.
There are huge playgrounds on our school premises and we all play over there during lunchtime. I have many friends at school and some of them are from other sections. We all play together during the lunch break. I love going to school every day, as I can learn a lot of new things in the class and I can play with my friends. Is this page helpful?
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Unit 2 - Counting in Groups
Unit 3 - How Much Can You Carry
Unit 4 - Counting in Tens
Unit 5 - Patterns
Unit 6 - Footprints
Unit 7 - Jugs and Mugs
Unit 8 - Tens and Ones
Unit 9 - My Funday
Unit 10 - Add our Points
Unit 11 - Lines and Lines
Unit 12 - Give and Take
Unit 13 - The Longest Step
Unit 14 - Birds Come, Birds Go
Unit 15 - How Many Ponytails
Unit 3 - The Wind and the Sun
Unit 4 - Storm in the Garden
Unit 5 - Funny Bunny
Unit 6 - Curlylocks and the Three Bears
Unit 7 - Make it Shorter
Unit 8 - The Mumbai Musicians
Unit 9 - The Magic Porridge Pot
Unit 10 - The Grasshopper and the Ant
Unit 3 (Poem) - A Smile
Unit 4 (Poem) - Rain
Unit 6 (Poem) - Mr. Nobody
Unit 7 (Poem) - On My Blackboard I can Draw
Unit 8 (Poem) - I am the Music Man
Unit 9 (Poem) - Granny Granny Please Comb my Hair
Unit 10 (Poem) - Strange Talk
Unit 1 - Action Song (Poem)
Unit 2 - Our Day
Unit 3 - My Family
Unit 4 - What's Going On
Unit 1 - Aunt Chala
Unit 2 - Bhalu Ne Kheli Football
Unit 3 - Miyaun Miyaun
Unit 4 - Adhik Balwan Kaun
Unit 5 - Dost Ki Madad
Unit 6 - Bahut Hua
Unit 7 - Meri Kitaab
Unit 8 - Titali Aur Kali
Unit 9 - Bulbul
Unit 10 - Meethi Sarangi
Unit 11 - Test Raja Beech Bazaar
Unit 12 - Bus Ke Niche Bagh
Unit 13 - Suraj Zaldi Aana Ji
Unit 14 - Natkhat Chuha
Unit 15 - Ekki Dokki
1. How to write an easy essay on ‘my school’ for class 2?
The kids of class 2 are too young to know things like the founders’ names of their school and to which board their school is affiliated. So these key points have to be taught to them beforehand so that they can write them in their essays for ‘My School’. The very basic things that come to their minds when they think of their school, such as the colour of their school building, the classrooms, the playgrounds, and so on, are to be written in this essay.
2. What are the Points to be written about in an essay on ‘my Sschool’ for class 2?
The following points will help you understand what exactly you have to write about in your essay on ‘My School’. It is an essay-writing topic that is frequently asked in the English exam for students of class 2. Once you are aware of the points you should mention in your essay, you can write a basic layout of the essay just for practice. This will help you to prepare for the main day of the examination.
The name of your school.
The location of your school.
What do your school premises look like?
What are the things that you all do in your school, every day?
Is there anything that you like specifically about your school premises? It can be the playground, it can be the corridors, or it can be the auditorium.
Why do you love your school?
3. What is the CBSE syllabus for class 2 english?
Two books are part of the English curriculum in class 2 for CBSE students. These books are Marigold and Raindrops. Each Unit and poem contains a message that helps shape the moral character of a young child. The importance of developing good habits is highlighted. The first poem in the book Marigold is all about a child’s first day in school. Through other topics like Smile and I Want that have been given towards the end of the book, children learn the importance of a smile and how we must all learn to be satisfied with what we have been blessed with.
4. What are some of the topics covered in the book raindrop?
Raindrop is the 2nd English textbook that is part of the Class 2 CBSE curriculum. A basic introduction to topics like family, festivals, national symbols, and colours is provided via this textbook. A variety of human emotions are touched upon and students are familiarised with concepts that can prove useful to them in their daily life. All this is done beautifully with the help of a few stanzas in a poem or an eloquently written chapter. The book encourages students to explore the world around them and take an interest in their surroundings. Fun exercises given at the end of each chapter help young students evaluate themselves all while keeping them interested.
5. Where can students download the NCERT solutions for class 2?
NCERT Solutions for Class 2 English can be downloaded in seconds from Vedantu’s website or the link provided here. Most of the questions asked in examinations for the junior school are from the exercises given at the back of each chapter. Since experts curate the NCERT Solutions according to the CBSE pattern, you can trust these solutions without a second thought. They will help you prepare for your upcoming exams and make learning interesting. In case of any doubts, you can always ask Vedantu’s teachers for help.