Welcome to our Year Two page!
In Year Two this year, the team is Miss Bytheway, Miss McGlynn, Miss Edwards, and Mrs. Burns. We are looking forward to a fantastic year together! If your child is in Year Two, please familiarise yourself with this page as it will let you know the various activities the class is currently involved in.
This term, Class 2M will have P.E on Tuesday afternoons and 2B will have P.E on Thursday afternoon. Please ensure your children bring their P.E uniforms on this day and that earrings are removed.
Year Two SATs
In May of next year, your children will be tested on their knowledge and understanding of the Key Stage One curriculum in English and Mathematics. We will report a teacher assessment to yourselves and the Local Authority when these have been completed.
Children have been issued a reading record and a reading book which is to return back to school each morning. The children will have the chance to change their books daily. It is so important that children are reading at home as well as in school so the return of reading records will be monitored weekly.
Spellings and times tables:
Spellings and times tables will be given out each week for children to practice at home.
Autumn one (week 7)
Over the last 7 weeks, we have been exploring Pointillism in Computing, we have also looked at some artists who have used pointillism such as Van Gogh. This week we have attempted our own piece of pointillism related to
London and Paddington Bear. Some of us used the tools on Purplemash whilst others created theirs using felt tips. Look at some of our fantastic examples below! We are very proud of them.
Autumn one (week 8)
This week we have been very busy celebrating Diwali. We joined in on the celebrations by writing our own story of Rama and Sita and using puppets to retell the story.
Welcome back Year Two! We hope you had a fabulous rest over the holiday.
We have been extremely busy during our first week back as we start the beginning of lots of new topics in all of our different subjects. We were particularly excited when we were introduced to our new Humanities topic which is The Great Fire of London. In fact, we have been visited by one of the maids who was there! She retold events of the night and we were able to rein act the events with her. We were hooked! We have learned so much from our visitors and have produced some excellent work!