In Year 2 the team is Miss Bassett, Miss Downing, Mrs Reucroft and Mrs Tancell. We are looking forward to our final term together in Year 2!
Our Term 6 topic is called 'How Does Your Garden Grow?'
This will be a science-based topic. Please see below for our topic web and our knowledge organiser for this term.
This term Miss Bassett and Miss Downing will have their PPA (Planning, Preparation and Assessment for one half day a week. In term 6 this will be on a Friday morning, and will be covered by Mr Welti teaching PE and Ms. Moisey teaching maths.
Children in Key Stage 1 have a piece of fruit/vegetable every day at morning break. Children also have the option of having a carton of milk. If you would like your child to have milk, please see the school office. Children not having milk have access to their water bottles. We find that lots of our Year 2s have growing spurts and get extra hungry! If your child would prefer fruit/vegetable from home as a snack, then they may also bring that in to eat during this time.
In term 6 our PE days will be Tuesday (REAL PE) and Friday (Athletics) - if this changes we will let you know as soon as we can. Please wear your PE uniform on these days children! We will still be making the most of as much time being active as we can right across the week.
The children’s reading books are changed on a Monday and Thursday after they have read them at home with you. When you have shared the book with your child please write ‘finished’ in their reading record book, and then book will be changed. We ask the children to put their bookbag in the box on the carpet if it needs to be changed. As the rest of the school, we expect children to read at least 5 times per week, and to record this in their reading record diary.
We would normally be very grateful of offers to read with children in school but at this time we aren't able to accept any. We really appreciate your offers of help and will keep in touch if things change.
At the front and back of the children’s reading records there is a list of keywords. These are excellent lists to practise reading at home so that your child can recognise these common words instantly by sight. Once your child can confidently read them, it is then a fantastic list of words that you might like to practise spelling with your child too.