Welcome to Year 2!
Our Teachers are Mrs Parsons on a Monday and Mrs Bolton for the rest of the week. Our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Palmer.
We have our Christmas lunch on Wednesday 4th December and our annual Decoration morning / Christmas jumper day on Friday 6th December 2019.
Week commencing – 2nd December 2019
We are learning to…
Maths: Number bonds to 100.
English: We are looking at different sentence types.
Science: We are looking at plants and what they need to grow.
Week commencing – 25th November 2019
We had a fab time at the pantomime this week. The children were brilliantly behaved and had a wonderful time.
Earlier in the half term:
We had a great time at Pizza Express.
We have had a busy week. We have been rehearsing for our Christmas play, thinking about our spelling – especially the Common Exception Words we have learned so far, adding and subtracting 10 in maths, thinking about dependency in Science and in History / Art we have started to make our planets.
We have thought about Guy Fawkes this week and the reason behind why we celebrate with fireworks.
We made some lovely world habitats in Science and were very creative ( and messy!)
We wrote some brilliant diary entries in English, imaging we worked on the moon. We did really well at remembering to write in first person too!
We had a brilliant day on Friday 1st November for our Lord’s Prayer Enrichment Day. We split into groups with children across the school and did a range of activities including learning a version of the Lord’s Prayer in song and sign language, made bread, wrote prayers, made an artistic representation of the Lord’s prayer and made things to hang in our school reflection area.
We have had a busy first week. The children have been identifying common and proper nouns in Literacy and we have started to look at the story ‘The man on the moon’, a text linked to our History topic.
In art and History, we finished our clay moon footprints by painting them.
We had a great first gym lesson with Tom on Tuesday. We loved using all of the equipment.
We also loved hockey later in the week.
Here you will find a useful website, should you be interested in finding more interesting texts for your children to read. You can browse by age so that you know they’re appropriate, as well as finding some above or beneath. Sharing stories with your children is such a powerful tool and can accelerate their reading, vocabulary, writing and general outlook.
Additional Home Resources
As part of Year 2 expectations, children should (by the end of the year) be able to read and write these words. Please find attached a copy for you to use at your leisure at home. We will be working towards these in our spelling sessions too.
For any of you who weren’t able to make our session about Ash Class, please see the presentation available in a PDF above.