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Year 2SK

Mrs Keane - Class Teacher

 

Miss Moore - PPA Cover

Mrs Haslam and Mrs Hughes - Teaching Assistants

Mr Stevenson - Sports Coach

Ms Heathfield - Reading Specialist Teacher

Miss Styan - Maths Specialist Teacher

Welcome

 

Year 2 Children are taught the same subjects, as in Year 1.  Although children no longer work in provision areas, they will consolidate their learning from previous years and be presented new challenges through several Learning Challenges throughout the year.  We hope everyone will work hard and have lots of fun.  

Our Learning Challenges are:

 

Eat, sleep, exercise.  Repeat?

Who first lived in Britain?

Can rocks tell us about anything?

How can we rediscover the wonders of Ancient Egypt?

 

 

 

 

2019

 

In Maths we are learning about fractions, after completing our work on measurement of length.

 

Our writing is currently based on the story book ‘Stone Age Boy’ as this links to our History studies of The Stone Age. We are looking forward to the Stone Age workshop as well as making our own cave paintings.

What is a Volcano?

Things To Remember...

 

Please ensure PE kits, water bottles, reading books and planners are in school every day.

 

Toast is served each morning (£1 per week, paid on a Monday)

A free piece of fruit is offered daily

 

Please do not hesitate to call into the class room at the end of a school day, if you have any questions or queries.

Important dates for Y2SK

Sharing Assembly 14th March at 10.00 am

Easter Celebration 4th April at 2.30 pm

 

We love to read!

 

Children enjoy Cracking Comprehension sessions where they can develop their reading and comprehension skills.

Children have their own reading books to take home.

We have a well resourced school library where the children are allowed to select a book. 

There is also a reading corner in the classroom.

 

We use these links in our classroom.

They will support learning at home.

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