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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2!

 

We have a fantastic team of dedicated staff in Year 2. Our team includes 4 class teachers, and 3 TA’s to support children in class.

 

Mrs Buckingham & Miss Barlow, the Year 2 double act, will continue to teach 2B, they are supported by Mrs Leach.

Ms Kaemena will continue to teach 2K supported by Mrs Sinclair.

Miss Holloway will continue to teach 2H supported by Miss Shaban.

 

We will all work tirelessly to be the best that we can be for your children.

Ask your child to name as many staff as they can. Can they describe what we look like too?

 

Important Information

1. Please clearly label every item of clothing that your child brings in to school, we can not return clothing which has not been labelled.

 

2. Classroom doors open at 8:50 am. Your child will be marked as late if they arrive after 9am. Your child should be collected from their classroom at 3:15pm.

 

3. Please ensure that your child is suitably dressed, this includes suitable shoes which are comfortable and keep their little feet warm and dry, and a warm and waterproof coat.

 

4.Please teach your child to tie their own laces and their own school tie. Whilst we will support them in this we can not tie 30 ties and 60 shoe laces each PE lesson!

 

Year 2- 2018

PE

In KS1 we teach PE twice a week, sometimes this is taught by Mr Connelly and sometimes it is taught by the class teacher. Although each class has specific PE days please can we encourage you to bring your child's P.E kit in to school on a Monday and leave it here for the full week, that way you don’t need to remember specific days and if additional events are planned your child will always have the correct clothing.

PE kits should include

· White t-shirt

· Black pumps for indoor P.E

· Trainers for outdoor P.E

· Black or navy short for indoor P.E

· Black or navy leggings or jogging bottoms for outdoor P.E

· A jumper or hooded top to wear outside if it is chilly.

PE days:

2B: Tuesday & Friday

2K: Wednesday & Thursday

2H: Monday & Thursday

 

 

Home Readers

Reading is crucial to the development of all children’s basic skills. Reading is taught well in KS1 and our daily phonics sessions help children to learn new sounds and practise their skills.

Children often feel more motivated to read when there is someone sitting with them, they feel like they can 'show off’ their reading skills while asking for help if they are stuck on a word. Did you know that reading aloud also helps to develop understanding of punctuation, develop use of expression and improve fluency. These are vital skills in reading development. Time spent between a child and their parent at home is invaluable. Therefore, in KS1 we expect that all children read for a minimum of 5-10 minutes at least 5 times a week.

 

In KS1 all of our children bring home a home reader book.

In Year 2 books are changed once a week. We encourage children to develop their confidence, expression and comprehension skills. Your child will need to read the same book 4-5 times in order to develop these skills effectively.

Night 1: Read the book and identify any new or tricky words.

Night 2: Rehearse reading the book aloud with confidence and expression.

Night3: Read the book with increased fluency and expression.

Night 4: Talk to you about the book, what they like or dislike and give a detailed reason.

Night 5: It would be really helpful if you could ask you child some questions about the book they have read, Can they answer the questions you have asked?

 

 

 

Spellings

Common Exception Words are words in which the English spelling code works in an unusual or uncommon way. They are not words for which phonics 'doesn't work', but they may be exceptions to spelling rules, or words which use a particular combination of letters to represent sound patterns in a rare or unique way.

Homework

 

Following the success of using study guides as homework books in year 2 last year, we are going to continue to use study guides as homework this year. These books are produced by CGP, a reputable study aid company and support the skills that your child needs.

 

The books are to be returned each Thursday when we will go through each task. Your child will then bring them home each Friday with a new selection of pages to complete.

Please remember: Only do the specific pages your child has been asked to complete, allow your child to work independently as much as possible and where your child has needed your support, please write S next to the activity.

Your child should work in pencil only.

 

Well done to KS1 in this year's Christmas Nativity Performance. You all worked so hard and it was a pleasure to watch.

Well done to KS1 in this year's Christmas Nativity Performance.  You all worked so hard and it was a pleasure to watch. 1

With all the snow at the weekend, we decided to investigate the following question in Science: Will a snowman melt faster or slower with a coat on and why?

With all the snow at the weekend, we decided to investigate the following question in Science:  Will a snowman melt faster or slower with a coat on and why?  1

In Year 2 we love our Royal Writing sessions, we work hard all week to plan our writing and come up with amazing ideas. Here is some of our fantastic work!

Having completed their SATs, our Year 2 pupils have been enjoying our Heroes and Sheroes topic. From solving superhero challenges in maths and creating our own superhero comics, to thinking about the real life heroes in our own lives, our Summer Term has been non stop!

Bob Dunbar from the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) came in to teach us all about heroes at sea. We learnt all about Grace Darling and her heroic actions as well as the service as it is today.

Bob Dunbar from the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) came in to teach us all about heroes at sea. We learnt all about Grace Darling and her heroic actions as well as the service as it is today.  1
Bob Dunbar from the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) came in to teach us all about heroes at sea. We learnt all about Grace Darling and her heroic actions as well as the service as it is today.  2

We were very excited when Greater Manchester Police came to visit!

Some children have been designing their own superhero costumes!

During our Manchester to Madagascar topic, we had a visit from The Ministry Of Chocolate! Yum, Yum! We learnt all about the history of chocolate, and even got to design our own delicious treats!

Last year our Year 2 pupils enjoyed learning about Space! We even witnessed a solar eclipse which was spectacular! Enjoy our facts about the first man to step foot on the moon.
 

We practise our phonics every day, it's great fun!

Astronauts Year 2

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In year 2 our new topic is all about space! We have also been learning about Neil Armstrong. We designed our own rockets and tested them to see how aerodynamic they were. We had great fun! Here are the pictures…

In Year 2 the children have been learning all about Nocturnal Animals. As part of their work they used  Pic Collage and Morfo apps to create this video.
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