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Year Two

1-Corinthians-1614(27)

Welcome to Year 2

Welcome to Year 2. This webpage is full of useful information about school and your child.

The Year 2 Team

Year 2 is taught by Mr Browning, Mrs Latimer and Mrs Kilshaw.  If you have any queries or need any assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.  You can leave messages for us at the school office or on Class Dojo, talk to us at home time and you can also write in your child’s reading diary.

Useful Information

To help your child be organised we provide the following information.

PE Kits: PE will be taught on Wednesday and Friday.  PE kits should be sent to school as soon as possible and we will send them home to be washed at half term.  Kits and pumps should be named.  Details of all kit and uniform is on the website.  Children may take part in extra PE sessions or they may happen on a different day so it is important that kit is available at all times.

Reading: Year 2 children are expected to read independently AT LEAST  3 times each week and will need their planners signed by an adult. Also, please write what page your child is up to and also if they have finished the book. Books will be changed on a Monday and a Friday but only if they're finished.

Reading Diaries are required in school every day. 

Outdoor Coat: Please ensure your child has a warm and preferably waterproof coat to wear at break and lunchtimes.

Homework will be given out on a Friday and needs to be returned by the following Wednesday. Spellings will be sent out on a Friday and need to be practised daily, not just the night before the test. The test will be on the following Friday.

 

Curriculum information booklet - Autumn

Curriculum information booklet - Spring

Curriculum information booklet - Summer

End of Year Expectations - Year 2

We have planted our own sunflower seeds and are going to look after them by providing them with: water, light, air, nutrients and by ensuring they are kept in a warm place. At different stages of their growth we will produce observational drawings of them and write about how they are changing. When they are big enough we will plant them into a larger pot, and use this oppertunity to observe how the roots grow and learn about their function. We have also planted other sunflower seeds but taken away one of their key needs for survival. One seed is deprived of water, another of light, a third of air, a fourth of nutrients and finally, the last one will be kept at a cold temperature. We will observe how or if they grow.

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