Striving for excellence..... Learning for life
We are all looking forward to starting back on Thursday 30th August and hope you're having a lovely holiday.
2AF - Miss Farnsworth's door is near the Year 5 mobile.
2CJ - Miss Coull and Miss Jackson's door is staff entrance by the staff car park. Please take care and use the paths when walking to this entrance.
Please follow our Twitter page to see more updates about our current learning and other important information. If you use the #sherrierstoryselfie you can see other children's recommendations. We would love to see the books you're reading at home.
On each of the year group pages, you'll see the books the teachers have been reading. If you're still following @sherriery1, you'll see the books some of the books we have been reading so far! The photos above are just few of them.
You could use www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/bookfinder to help you choose books to read at home.
During the year, you could help at home by…
Finding out about the topics
Read a range of books with your child
Read and spell the common exception words
Learn the addition and subtraction facts
Learn to recognise the different coins and use them to make different totals
Tell the time (the nearest 15 and 5 minutes)
Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum! Arrr... me hearties, - it's a sailor's life for me¬
Get your sea legs on, it's time to sail the salty seas. Navigate, investigate and explore the world - just like Captain Blackbeard.
Our topic will take us on a journey around the world focusing on the routes of famous explorers such as Captain Cook and Christopher Columbus. We will be finding out what life was like on board a ship and making applications to join Captain Blackbeard's crew!
Our topic will cover a variety of objectives including:
Until August 28th there is an exhibition at the British Library, London all about Captain Cook www.bl.uk/events/james-cook-the-voyages
If there are any local events related to our topic, we would love to know.
Similarly, if you are an expect about any part of our topic, please contact us.
During May, all children in Year Two will be required to sit statutory assessment tests. To help you understand more about this process and the standard required by the end of Year Two, we will organise an information session during the Autumn Term.
There are currently no events.
Book bag (currently at school if your child brought it in during the last week of Year 1)
P.E kit (please leave in school)
Homework information will be updated soon
Children in Year Two are eligible for free school meals and are provided with a healthy snack for break times.
*At the start and end of the day if you wish to speak to us in person. We can always arrange a longer meeting if required.
*Written messages can also be sent in to school with your child as long as they remember to give them to us!
*Email via email@example.com
Children in Year Two are responsible for choosing and changing their own books under the supervision of an adult. In order to do this they must put their book bag in the correct box in the classroom. Please ensure that you fill out the reading record so we know they can change their book.
Please ensure your child has a full PE kit in school everyday but will update this page when the days for PE are confirmed.
There will be indoor and outdoor PE so please make sure your child has appropriate kit for both. When the weather gets colder, this should include trousers and a long-sleeved top like a sweatshirt.
For PE lessons, hair must be tied back and earrings removed. Alternatively, you could send your child with micropore tape to cover their earrings.
Watch this space for updates!.