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The teachers in Year 2 are Mrs. Levy and Mrs. Smith.
Our teaching assistants are Mrs. Campbell and Miss Hulse.
Welcome to Year 2.
In Year 2 your child will need to bring their reading book bag every day. They will be able to change their books on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, providing the reading record book has been signed. Please ensure they only bring their reading book, reading folder, and relevant homework in their books bags (NO KEYRINGS or TAGS), as it needs to fit in a small tray along with their indoor PE kit (white T- shirt, black shorts and black pumps — no bag needed). ALL PE KITS MUST BE LABELLED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME.
For outdoor PE your child will need to bring their PE kit (tracksuit, extra T-Shirt and Velcro trainers) in on the outdoor PE day only in a stringed sports bag. Due to both the limited cloakroom space and because PE kits can get wet, they will need to bring it home the same day.
All stationery will be provided by school and the children will not be allowed to bring pencil cases.
Year 2 staff.
On Friday 9th November, Year 2 will be having a Nick Butterworth day.
We will be asking the children to dress up as a character from their guided reading book.
Your child will bring home their guided reading book over the half term holiday to share with you. Please keep it safely in the folder provided and return it to school on Monday 29th October.
Year 2 staff
School timetable is due to be updated soon.
Please click on link to view what the children will be learning in Year 2 this Autumn Term.
Purple Mash is an award-winning website for primary school children. It enables the children to explore and enhance their knowledge in a fun and creative way. The children have been provided with an individual login to support topics that have been covered in class. Click on link below to access the site:-
To be updated.
We would appreciate it if your child could read each evening for around ten minutes. For a lot of the children now, discussion of the text is far more important than whether or not they can read the words (because probably they can!). So as a guidance it may be that you read 3 or 4 pages and then spend the rest of the time asking your child about what they have read. This will be discussed in some detail during our first Parents Meeting in October. Please note that as your child/ren progresses through the reading scheme the books become lengthier and it is therefore not expected for them to complete more than one a week.
As in Year 1 the children will be taught reading during Guided Reading sessions with their teacher. For this we use different books and monitor progression through separate record keeping. Therefore teachers will not hear the children read the books that they bring home. However we do have teaching assistants and helpers from the parish that come in to hear readers and so sometimes you may see a comment from one of these people in your child’s record.
Spellings will be sent home with your child on a Friday for you to practise at home together. We will then have a spelling test each Friday to assess progress made. We are very grateful for any support you can provide your child with in this area. The children have been given a spelling book to stick their spellings into. This is book is also for use at home when they children are practising their spellings. It must be brought in to school every Friday.
Your child is welcome to bring a water bottle to school each day to drink in class. It must however has a ‘sports lid’ that eliminates (well reduces the risk of spills). We encourage the children to take them home each evening, rinse them and bring them in full each day.
Here are some websites that we find useful in Y2:
There is a new resource for parents and carers about internet safety. “Video guides for the free ISP parental controls”. These guidelines have been produced by Safer internet who have been working with BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin Media, who have each made short video clips outlining where you can find their free parental controls, what they do and how you set them up.
These films are available on the UK Safer Internet Centre website and you can embed the films if you want to use them or download them. See http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and-resources/parents-and-carers/parental-controls . Do please make use of them and let people know about them. The ISPs have committed to keeping these films updated, and if you embed the films on your site, we are able to update them for you if they change