Welcome to Year 2 - Hello everybody! A very warm welcome to Year 2. The best class in school!
Miss Gregory is the main class teacher.
Miss Hynes and Miss Naylor are our hard-working, helpful and caring Teaching Assistants in Y2.
In Year 2 we have lunch at 11.30-12.30. A playtime in the morning, during which we enjoy school fruit and an afternoon break too, during which the children can munch on some fruit from home. We try and be flexible with our playtimes and fit them in when it's best for our learning and well-being.
We love P.E. in Year 2. Our P.E. specialist teacher who will do PE with Year 2 on Thursdays. Remember to wear your P.E. kits to school on P.E. days.
This year, for the first time your children will start M.F.L. We are looking forward to Miss Hynes teaching us some Spanish every Tuesday afternoon :-)
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are now using Little Wandle (Letters and Sounds Revised) as our Systematic, Synthetic Phonics Programme (S.S.P.) In Year 2 we build on the sounds we've already learnt and focus on SPELLING. We look at all the different graphemes for one sound (phoneme) and try hard to improve our spelling.
The children will be doing daily phonics in class and enjoying Reading Practice sessions which staff in school, using books linked to the sounds we've been learning in class. Children will continue to bring home Book Banded Reading for Pleasure Books to enjoy at home and class library books.
Our Class Dojo Page provides regular updates, information and is a great way of sharing our journey and getting involved in our learning. We hope you enjoy the ride this year!
The children learn facts about 'The Great Fire of London'
The children recreated St Pauls Cathedral and the homes that were burnt by the great fire. The children performed their play to Year 1 in the afternoon and were fantastic.
Bart Gee came to visit us in school to discuss his disability and to emphasise when something is difficult, hard or challenging it is still possible! The children completed a writing task holding their pencil in an unusual way to emphasise the struggles of a disability.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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