A Note to our Class:
We have had a very, VERY busy term and have worked really hard. We are now understanding fractions, able to use a numberline to help us with our subtraction and can add two digit numbers with two digit numbers in our sleep! As for our English skills we are now able to use commas in a list, include some superb noun phrases and use exclamations correctly. What a clever class we are!
Welcome to Class: 2L.
Here is a photograph of our class:
SATs will be here before we know it. You will all be brilliant - try your best and I have every faith you will achieve. REMEMBER - believe in yourself.
Year 2 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar booklet
Year 2 Expectations Booklet for Parents
Every morning the children will be given a morning activity. It is REALLY important for your child to be in on time as if they are late they miss the input. The children have different tasks to complete and this is important as it helps us assess the children's understanding on previous targets.
Please bring your kit in on a Monday and take it home on a Friday.
Fruit - 20p for a piece of fruit £1.00 per week.
Homework - Will be given on a Friday and to be handed in on MONDAY. Unless it is a family project.
BOOKS - Bring your books on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
WATER - Water bottles to be brought in. NO juice!
Click here to access Topmarks maths website
Click here to access BBC bitesize maths
Click here to access Woodlands Junior Literacy games
Dates for the Diary:
Break up on Friday 31st March
Happy Easter - hope you have a lovely rest and remember to read your books in different places - cannot wait to see your photographs.
Child of the Week and Star of the day:
Keep working hard, it could be you!
Well done to all the children ... Keep reaching for those Stars!
I am going to plan a trip to Stockley Farm for the summer term ... We will be able to get up close to the animals and feed the lambs...We will have a fabulous time. Cannot wait!
Our topic this term is:
The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark
We will be learning about Plop, a little barn owl who is afraid of the dark.
We have some exciting work to complete and there will be opportunities to find out about different animals that are nocturnal.
A BIG thank you for all your support this term.