Welcome to Year 2
Mrs Holland and Mrs Bowyer are really enjoying teaching Year 2. The children are becoming much more independent and are working much harder and are really enjoying their writing! Lots of stickers and rewards are being given out for great work and good behaviour.Here are our class rules
that we agreed together.
Below is lots of important information which we would appreciate your time to read.
There are also some links for the children to access to support their learning.
Firstly I would like to thank you all for all the support you give your children with their learning. I'm so pleased withe the progress they are making. We have had a very busy end of term culminating today with all your wonderful efforts in the Easter Bonnet parade. They were some very imaginative hats!!
It was lovely to see so many of you in church on Wednesday as ever the children were brilliant. Huge thanks to Issy, Mari and Annie who stepped in at the very last minute to read prayers.
I have sent home quite a lot of sheets to help prepare the children for SATS and also a project to do if they wish.
Finally enjoy your holiday and wishing you all a very Happy Easter. Mrs Holland
We have had a nother great week in year 2. The hi- lights have been going to Church for Ash Wednesday, World Book Day and starting our programming work on the Ipads. I'm putting a link below so the children can practise this on their Ipads ar home.
What a lovely week we have had! We have had so much fun doing drama about little Red Riding Hood and the children have written the most amazing stories and included exclamation sentences and questions.
Thank you for the great projects that you made with your children over half term about famous people. We have loved learning about different people from each other. the children have now decided who they want to learn more about in our topic work this half term.
I will be posting some photos in the next few days.
One World Week
We've had a fantastic week learning all about Indonesia. The children have learnt where Indonesia is in the World, tasted food brought from Indonesia for us, learnt how to count as well as starting our Indonesian batik work.
The children have been enjoying our topic on Extreme explorers and have been learning lots about Polar regions and explorers. There are lots of new links below. Next we will be learning about Space explorers.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Happy Christmas. Below is the Topic Web for next half of term. Take a look at all the exciting things we will be doing. Thanks for all your support.
This week we will be starting to learn about the Great Fire of London. Below are some links and our Fire Fire Topic web. I will be sending spellings home this week as discussed at parent's evening. We will also be working on money in maths so any discussion and looking at money adding up coins and finding change will really help.Thanks for your on going support.
We've been having a very exciting week this week. On Monday Mrs Davis came to talk to us about her work in the hospital. The children asked her some brilliant questions. On Wednesday we had a Pizza day. We the dough base from scratch and put on some toppings. We also designed and made small pizza boxes. See our photos below. Look out for the half term letter about a fun activity to do at home !!!!!!!
Have a great half term.
This week we've been learning about hospitals as part of our Healthy Humans topic. In English we're writing a leaflet for children going into hospital.
Below our some fun links.
10.10.18 We've been learning all about Florence Nightingale. below are some new links.
Also some new spelling games.
Have a look at the staying safe on line link.
|Autumn||Autumn2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
|Healthy humans||Fire, Fire!||
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|Worlds Apart||On the High Seas|
Computing - programming game
Children really enjoy these games- try them at home they will help them to be fluent in lots of basic maths skills.
Polar Region- Games/Information
Here are some games to help the children with their spellings in general.