Striving for excellence..... Learning for life
Here you will be able to stay up to date with all the latest news and information from Year Two. Keep checking back to see their amazing work and achievements throughout the school year!
When on the school site, please use the paths round the car park rather than walking through it.
Please follow our Twitter page to see more updates about our current learning and other important information. Thank you for using #sherrierstoryselfie and #rayontour. These show your book recommendations and the mathematical adventures of Ray!
If you'd like book suggestions, 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
Discuss unfamiliar vocabulary with your child
Read and spell the common exception words
Learn the addition and subtraction facts
See the castles ahead? Ger ready to invade its mighty walls! Shoot a projectile with an archer's aim! Head across the drawbridge, over the moat and up to the top of the tower.
Our topic will cover a variety of objectives including:
If there are any local events related to our topic, we would love to know.
Similarly, if you are an expert about any part of our topic, please contact us.
Our reading focus this term is predicting and making links between different texts. After completing our book series Meet the Twitches, Year 2 will now be working on various texts linking to our new topic. One of these will be Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Please help your child develop these skills by asking questions about tricky language in their school book.
Below is an example of the types of questions your child will be answering in class as part of our DERIC reading sessions.
During our Summer Term, Year 2 will be focusing on writing a narrative about a defeating a dragon, using adjectives and powerful vocabulary to create imagery for the reader.
Year 2 will continue to practice their grammar, handwriting and punctuation within our English lessons.
Summer Term: Check out Unit 12 and 13
We will be covering lots of different topics this half term. The main focus is how to solve problems and use efficient methods. Please help us by teaching your child to tell the time.
This year we will be teaching Maths through a scheme called Power Maths. As we start a new unit, we will update this page with the essential vocabulary, learning objectives and key questions that we will be discussing. Use the drop down boxes below to find out more about each unit.
There are currently no events.
P.E kit (please leave in school)
Homework folder - this only needs to come in on Tuesday and goes home on Wednesday
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Miss Farnsworth teaches every day
Miss Jackson teaches Monday and Tuesday
On a Wednesday, it will either be Miss Jackson or Miss Coull
Miss Coull teaches on Thursday and Friday
Mrs Tucker, Mrs L Green, Mrs Bobat and Mr Sanders all support in Year 2
Please ensure your child has a full PE kit in school everyday. Year 2 PE days are Monday and Wednesday every week.
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.
These folders contain X-Factor sheets for your child to fill in at home. You will see that there are new rounds this year. Last year, Year 1 worked so well through the addition and subtraction, we felt it would be beneficial for children in KS1 to learn all the addition and subtraction facts before the multiplication and division facts.
. Once your child reaches the end of the new rounds, they will go back to the times tables round they were on last year. Once you have completed the X Factor example please mark it with your children. They will then receive a merit in school when they hand it in. If you have any questions then please ask. We hope that learning new facts and earning more certificates will really help them all.
This week Year 2 have received vocabulary homework in the form of fridge words. We ask that the children discuss the meanings of these words and how they link to our topic.
Homework this week: