The Year Two team are made up of:
Edison class is located at the front of the school. In the morning, children can come in through the black gate by the Reception classrooms and turn immediately left. It will be the furthest classroom to the left. At the end of the day, parents can collect the children from outside the classroom and gain access to the school through the same gate.
Attenborough class is located at the back of the school near the rear entrance to the school office. In the morning, children can come in through the main gate by the bike racks. They will need to travel round the back of Hubble and Archimedes classrooms and then it is the fourth classroom along. At the end of the day, parents can collect the children from outside the classroom and gain access to the school through the same gate.
Bell class is located at the back of the school near the rear entrance to the school office. In the morning, children can come in through the main gate by the bike racks. They will need to travel round the back of Hubble and Archimedes classrooms and then it is the third classroom along. At the end of the day, parents can collect the children from outside the classroom and gain access to the school through the same gate.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to come and speak to one of us.
Our topics for the year are as follows:
Term 1 - Marvellous Me
English: key text - Paddington Bear. We will use this to inspire the children to write their own stories and sets of instructions.
Mathematics: We will be looking at place value as well as different methods for addition and subtraction
Term 2 - Time Travel
Term 3 - Time Travel
Term 4 - Intrepid Explorers
Term 5 -Intrepid Explorers
Term 6 - Minibeasts
If you would like to find out any more about the curriculum for any year group, please contact Miss Baker (Curriculum Leader and Deputy Headteacher) on firstname.lastname@example.org
Throughout Key Stage 1, the children will be asked to read every night for their homework. The school has a book scheme that is grouped into different stages. These books are from a number of different publishers and school book schemes to enable the children to develop a love of reading a wide range of texts. The children are encouraged to read every night for their homework. Once they complete the book scheme, they will become a 'Free Reader' and will be able to select books from the classroom to read at home, under the guidance of the class teacher or teaching assistant.
In Year 2, the children continue to develop their use of phonics and follow the final phase of 'Letters and Sounds'. The children will look at a variety of spelling rules for different phonemes as well as working on spelling the common exception words for Year 2.
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In Year Two, please remember to bring in the following items labelled with your child's name:
In Year Two, we will endeavour to look at the children's school reading books every day, therefore, please ensure your child brings in their reading book and record. As far as possible, books will be changed every day but please be aware that there will be times when this is not possible. We are aware that sometimes only a page or chapter is read. This is absolutely fine but please still bring in the reading record as we like to look at what reading has taken place.
We will continue to give maths homework in the form of Big Maths. We will hand out practise sheets as and when the children request them, we do not need the practise sheets to be handed back to us. Each week the children will be timed to see how many questions they can complete, their achievements will be celebrated and their sheet sent home so you can see their progress.
On this page there is a list of the Year 2 Common Exception Words. These are the words the children are expected to be able to read and spell correctly by the end of Year 2. Please spend time practising these words, reading and spelling them. We won't be testing the children on them but we will expect to see them being spelt correctly in their learning.
If you have any spare time (half an hour or an hour) and you would like to help in class by listening to children read, filing work or preparing displays, please speak to your child's class teacher as we would really LOVE to have as many helpers as possible.