Miss Moran and Miss Stewart welcome you to our class page. We’re excited to inform what the class will be learning this half term, as well as showing you all the fun they are having on their learning journey.
Spellings are given out weekly and tested every Monday. Please ensure spelling booklets are in every Monday. It is important to practice spelling regularly at home with your child.
Please ensure that you listen to your child read at least 3 times a week and record it in their diary. Children who read 3 times a week will receive a gold star.
As part of our curriculum this half term, Year 2 will be revising and practicing their phonic sounds daily in school. Please could you use the pack given to you last year and practice these sounds at home with your child at least 3 times a week.
Homework and times tables is handed out every Friday and collected back in on the following Wednesday. Please ensure that only one page in each booklet is completed every week.
Please ensure that your child has access to a water bottle in school throughout the day.
Please check that all your child’s belongings have been labelled with their names. We are encouraging more responsibility and independence this term so this will help your child greatly.
Due to current circumstances, PE will be outdoors. On the day your child has PE please can you send them into school in their PE kit and trainers as well as their School Jumper and coat. Your child's PE day is on a Thursday.
This term's value and virtue is curious and active.
We are growing to be curious about everything and active in our engagement in the world, changing what we can for the better.
Our RE unit this term is the Old Testament. They will know that the Bible is made up of two parts and learn stories about the famous people in the Old Testament who built a friendship with God.
Our topic this term is
The Scented Garden
Tiptoe through the tulips as your senses discover the blooming foliage and enchanting fragrances of flowers and herbs. Round and round the mulberry bush we go, planting seeds and bulbs and then watch them grow beneath the sunshine and shadows.
Everything is coming up roses! Why not grow your own?
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