Year group

Year 2

 

Name of teachers: Mrs Sharon Wilson and Mrs Sally Darling
 
Names of support staff: Mrs Keay
 
PPA/NQT  cover staff: Mrs Keay and Mr Mountain
 

Council Members:

Collective councillors - Davey and Edward

School councillors - Emilia and Verity

Eco Warriors - Theodore, Conor, Henry and Sophia

Digital Leaders - Lily and Harry 

 

End of year expectations

Key Information

Reading

We ask that our children read to an adult daily. Please record your child’s daily reading in their reading diary so that we can see how they are getting on.

We welcome volunteers to listen to readers. Please contact your child’s class teacher if you would like to support us with this. 

Each day the children are able to move their names up on the reading chart to show that they are reading at home. 

It is important for the children to bring in their reading folder each day. 

PE 

Tuesday is OUTDOOR PE for 2W and 2D

Wednesday is INDOOR PE for 2D

Thursday is INDOOR PE for 2W

 

Children will require a PE kit for both indoors and outdoors. If possible a tracksuit or jogging bottoms will be useful when we are outdoors. Plimsoles are suitable for indoor PE and if possible trainers are suitable for outdoor PE. Thank you.

Term 1 - we have a PE coach coming in each Tuesday to support the children with running techniques. 

 

Homework
 
Each term the children will bring home homework related to the current topic. We include Maths and English as a focus. Homework is a fun extension of what we are covering throughout the term in class. Homework should be returned to school by the end of the term. We share homework and celebrate the lovely work that has been achieved.
 
Class Dojo
 
Every child has a class dojo. This is a super way to keep in touch with the class teacher and allows you to see the rewards your child is receiving in school. If you would like more information on how to sign up for Class Dojo, please speak to your child's class teacher and they will be happy to help you.
 
Term 1 - Land Ahoy.
 
 Wow day this term involved the children dressing up as pirates and learning how to speak like a pirate! Shiver me timbers! The children also took part in creating their own Jolly Rogers flags as well as participating in pirate-themed PE games. We also sang sea shanties and stained paper ready for our creative writing later on in the term. 
Over the next 7 weeks, some of the things the children will be doing include; drawing pirate boats in art, writing pirate related stories in English and finding out about famous sea explores in History. Savvy!
 
Term 1 - School Church Value - Respect
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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