Welcome to Year 2
I will be posting weekly news and updates on this page so please check regularly. We also have a Year 2 class blog that is updated each week with what we have been learning in school. Please read and share this with your child!
Monday 21st January: Topic event in school
Tuesday 12th February: Online Safety Day
Friday 15th February: Break up for Half Term
Monday 25th February: Back to School
Monday 4th March: Parent's Evening
Tuesday 5th March: Parent's Evening
Thursday 7th March: World Book Day
Thursday 21st March: SATS Meeting 6.30pm- Please attend if you can!
Friday 29th March: Mothering Sunday concert & Mums are invited into school
Friday 12th April: Easter Parade & Concert. Break up for Easter!
Our topic is... Space!
Take a look at the medium term planning here...
PE will be taught every Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. Please ensure your child's PE kit follows our school uniform and remains in school throughout the week. Children may wear jogging bottoms as part of their kit during the winter months.
Reading Comprehension: What used to be SPAG folders in the Autumn Term will now become reading comprehension folders. Your child will recieve a short "cold" text with a series of questions afterwards. Please answer the questions using the information in the text. A letter detailing this further was handed out at the beginning of the Spring Term.
Maths: Children are to complete one double page of their Maths booklets each week to be handed in on Thursday. It would be really helpful if these were marked at home so your child can fix mistakes and receive feedback at the time of completion.
Reading: Your child has been set the "Read-a-thon" challenge to read at least 5 times a week. We aim for children to see reading as part of their daily routine. Please record when your child has read in their reading diary as we check this daily and one teampoint will be awarded for each time they read. They could read their Guided Reading book, a home reader or a book from home. The key is to read little and often. Please question your child when reading to develop their comprehension skills.
Thank you for your support. It really makes a huge difference and is vital in Year 2.
Our Gold award is given to children who have been recognised for their persistent effort and positive mindset.
Our Platinum award recognises children who display exemplary behaviour and Christian values every day.
Gold - Who will it be?
Platinum - Who will it be?
Reader of the Week: Who will it be?
Well done and congratulations to you!