PLEASE REMEMBER THAT YEAR 2 CHILDREN WILL TAKE THE STATUTORY SAT TESTS DURING MAY 2019 SO IT IS VITAL THAT ALL CHILDREN ATTEND SCHOOL THIS MONTH, UNLESS UNWELL.
Welcome to Year 2. Mrs Thompson (Class Teacher), Mrs Roberts (Teaching Assistant) look forward to working with you.
Mrs Carter will also teach the children on a Wednesday afternoon.
Please see see any of the Year 2 team with any questions you may have. We are always happy to help.
Our themes this year are:
Term 2: Tell me a Story
Term 3: The Titanic
Term 4: Under the Sea
Term 5: Animal Kingdom
Click on the current Term above to view the Theme Plan or visit the Our Curriculum Page on the website.
Here is a fantastic website to help children with maths skills.
Please visit and encourage your child to play the games. The games work on laptops and ipads.
Homework will consist of weekly spellings, multiplication facts and reading. Any additional work that is sent home will be tailored to the individual needs of your child.
PE kits need to be in school everyday and we will send it home when it needs washing. Children will have PE on a Tuesday and Thursday. This term we will focus on gymnastics and archery.
We always encourage the children drink plenty of water throughout the day, please can you make sure your child has a named water bottle in school.
Children are able to change their reading book everyday within school time.
Each term, the children will be given a date to show and share a piece of home learning. More details will be given on this in the new school year.
Reading in unusual places activity
To inspire enjoyment for reading, we are encouraging children to send in a photograph of them reading in unusual places. This will then be displayed in our reading area within the classroom and a competition will be held to see which is the first class to have a photograph from each child. Please send your photographs to email@example.com
We look forward to seeing them.
Please click the link below for a copy of the Year 2 recommended reading list if you would like any ideas about what books your child could read.