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Year 2's amazing Underwater Street Trip on Friday 31st March 

Year 2 homework this week:

Week commencing:  08.05.17

Spellings 

 

 

As we come to the crucial stage of Year 2, here is what you can do at home to consolidate learning we are doing at school during the next few weeks.

Reading: Get the children to read anything they can find. Magazine pages, newspaper articles, cereal boxes, road signs, leaflets, etc. Anything at all will help!

Writing: Spelling quiz', spelling hunts, correct the spellings, etc. hs

 

Maths: Partitioning of numbers to add-

37 + 25 = 

Step 1: add the ten's (30 + 20) 

Step 2: add the one's (7 + 5)

Step 3: add the ten's and one's together (50 + 12) 

Step 4: write the answer in 

 

Here are some useful materials to support you.

Thank you for your continued support

Miss Stokes 

 

Year 2 Parent SAT's meeting information:

Please find a copy of the presentation, suggested websites and games and assessment expectations from Year 2's parent SAT's information meeting. Hope you find it useful and informative. 

Here is a link to SAT sample questions: 

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum-assessments-practice-materials#key-stage-1-sample-materials 

A useful YouTube clip that explains the KS1 SAT's:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVlrdqh_J6Y 

 

Any questions please feel free to come and see me.

Miss Stokes 

Welcome To Y2S

 

Summer 1 

Our current topic for SUMMER 1 in Year 2 is 'Map Masters'

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

Friday 12th May: Stay and participate afternoon 1.30pm-2.30pm A fun,friendly afternoon where the children teach the adults SAT's!

 

Monday 15th May - SAT's assessment week with FUN afternoons! 

 

Friday 26th May- Year 2 Party celebrations (non uniform)

 

 

 

 Multi Faith week in Year 2

Our selected religion to study in Year 2 is Islam. Over the week we have been busy learning about the Islamic faith and traditions. 

 

On Wednesday 28th February we had a visit from a Muslim man who came into school to tell us all about Islam. We explained the Quran and Arabic writing to us.  We had the opportunity to try on some traditional Muslim clothes too. 

 

 

 

 

Our Routines

 

 

Our school day starts at 9:00am. In order to gain further independence we encourage children to come into class on their own and remember to hand in any planners, homework books, notes or snack money.  Snack money is 50p for the week. This will provide the children with a piece of toast for Mon-Fri. Our morning break is at 10.15am, lunch time is 11.45 and afternoon break is 2.00pm.

We have daily English and Maths sessions, including guided reading and phonics. We implement a creative curriculum through the DREAM Curriculum as well as Computing, PE twice a week and music.

 

 

PE

PE will be on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We cannot stress enough the importance of having your child’s name clearly marked on the PE kit, PE bag and the rest of their uniform. Your child’s PE kit should consist of a white t-shirt, black shorts and pumps. Earrings are not to be worn.

 

Homework

Homework will be sent out every Friday. This will consist of a piece of English or Maths  and spellings. Homework must be returned to school by the following Wednesday and spelling tests will take place each Friday.

We expect the children to read their reading book at least three times a week. All children who do, will win the weekly Reading Challenge. This means they will receive a sticker in their planner. Once they gain 4 stickers they will be allowed to choose a prize from the class prize tin.

Reading books will be changed on a regular basis. It is essential that you record in the planners each time your child reads to you. We will not change the books unless they have been read at home and you have recorded it in the planner.

Bug Club

Once again we will be using Bug Club this year to support and enhance the children’s reading experiences. The details of this will be sent out to you very shortly. All that we ask is that if you read a book, with your child on Bug Club, please record it in their planners.

Class Dojo

Regular communication will be made through the online behaviour management system ‘Class Dojo’. Teachers will post messages, reminders and current updates on life in Year 2S. It is important to sign up as soon as possible to receive regular updates.

Any questions, queries or concerns please feel free to either speak to Miss Stokes after school or make an appointment for a convenient time if not possible.