Welcome to Year 2
You will find some information about this half term here.
We are looking forward to returning to school this half term and being back to our year 2 bubble. If you have any queries continue to use class dojo to contact Mrs Walker and Mrs Bareham or call school and we will call you back.
In topic this half term we are continuing our Explorers topic, where we will learn about Neil Armstrong and space exploration.
In Science we will be learning about plants. We will learn what plants need to grow well and the different parts of a flower.
In P.E. we will be playing lots of games and developing throwing and catching skills. P.E. is on WEDNESDAY. Children can come to school in their P.E. kit on this day. This includes wearing jogging bottoms/leggings on colder days however they MUST wear their school jumper.
Our Literacy work will link to our topic work with a story called 'Man on the Moon a day in the life of Bob' followed by a story linked to our plants topic.
In maths we will be doing some recap of topics covered during home learning followed by some work on fractions.
Reading: Children will be reading either the Read Write Inc books or the Accelerated Reading books as their class/home reading book. Your child will come out with a number called a ZPD on Accelerated Reader which tells us which books are at the right level for reading and comprehension skills. Children are expected to read shorter books twice (at least once to an adult at home) before completing a quiz on the book in school. If they score above 85% on a quiz for that level of books 3 times then they will move up to the next number within the ZPD.
Homework: Continue to use Spelling Shed and Numbots/TT Rockstars to link to our weekly spellings and times tables. Log in information will be found at the start of your child's reading journal.
We will share information on here and Class Dojo over the coming weeks so keep an eye out.
Mrs Walker and Mrs Bareham
We had a wonderful time at The Museum of Military Life. Take a look at our photographs.