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- 26th MarPlayground Zones
This Monday saw the launch of our long-awaited Playground Zones during the lunch break. In a break with tradition, the children are no longer bound to a particular playground depending on which year they are in.
- 26th MarCertificates Assembly & John's Story performance
As we approach the end of term, we would like to remind parents of the arrangements for the last week.
- 9th MarReading Week
This week, the children have had an incredible, reading-inspired week.
- 9th MarCONVO
- 6th MarWorld Book Day Parade
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Year 2 Staff
Miss Molloy - Class Teacher
Mrs Wilson - Teaching Assistant
Current Topic (Autumn 2)
Let’s tiptoe through the tulips together and discover the sights, sounds and smells of the garden. This half term, we’ll visit a florist’s shop or a garden centre. We’ll find out how to look after plants, ask the experts questions and appreciate the flowers. We’ll write an information book about plants, follow instructions, enjoy the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and write stories of our own. Discovering our green fingers will be fun when we plant and tend a pizza garden of herbs. We’ll also learn about the different parts of a plant and create our own ‘planting and growing’ action rhyme. Our senses will help us describe and sort a range of smells and we’ll make beautifully scented products. We’ll look closely at a wide variety of plants, create detailed, observational drawings and press real flowers to use in collages.
Towers, Tunnels and Turrets
Climbing the battlements or tunnelling in the ground, there’s a whole world of adventure and fun to be found! This term, we will visit The Tower of London to explore the towers, battlements and maybe a secret tunnel or two! We’ll learn all about the different parts of a castle and describe how they have changed over time. Using a wide range of materials, we’ll build models of castles and test the strength of our structures. We’ll read ‘The Tunnel’ written by Anthony Browne and create our own mysterious stories with lots of descriptive language. Maps and photographs will help us learn about the tallest buildings and the longest tunnels in the world. We’ll find out about the amazing Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and improve our PE skills by playing attacking and defending games.
Spring Term Assembly Songs
Dancing in the Moonlight
Ging Gang Goolie
Stand by Me
Click on the correct date below to download the home learning pack for that week.
Topics covered this term: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
Children in Year 2 will become secure with the place value of 2-digit numbers.
It is also vital the children are practising their times-tables!
By the end of Year 2, children need to be secure in their recall of the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
The Gardener by Sarah Stewart, illustrated by David Small
'The Owl who was afraid of the Dark' by Jill Tomlinson
'The Tunnel' by Anthony Browne
'The true story of the Three Little Pigs'
You can find this week's spellings on the Homework cover sheet
If you enjoy reading the Wednesday Word with your child, why not check out the Wednesday Word Kids' Area, where there are games and activities to support their scriptural education
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