Year 2 Parrots and Woodpeckers
WELCOME TO YEAR 2!!
Woodpeckers and Parrots
Parrots Class Teacher
Woodpeckers Class Teacher
We have sent out a text message with this link on however we are also putting it on here so you can watch it as many times as you would like.
Mr Kettlewell, Miss Green, Miss Jackson and Miss Candice have created a video to say a massive goodbye to Parrots and Woodpeckers.
https://vimeo.com/438497415 - goodbye Parrots
https://vimeo.com/438242590 - goodbye Woodpeckers
We have all loved working with you during the last year and even though the end of the year has been very weird we are very proud of how mature everyone has been and taken on the role of independently learning at home.
We hope you have a lovely summer holidays and look forward to seeing you again in September as Year 3 children.
The email that you will now need to use is;
depending on what class you are in.
We welcome you to the Year 2 Information Page!
Throughout the Autumn Term we will be looking at a new context called 'Who Cares'
Within this context we will explore a variety of topics including creating 3D fruit sculptures, discovering how animals change as they grow and our basic human needs. We will also be investigating the Great Fire of London and the Plague. By the end of the term we will have created a healthy fruit based snack too.
Year 2 PE days are a Monday and Tuesday.
Please send your child in, in their PE kit.
Each week the children will receive spellings and times tables appropriate to their level. These will be in the children's homework books each week.
SPELLINGS: Your children will be given individualised Phonics group spellings. These will be stuck onto the homework sheet every week. If you require an additional copy of these, please speak to your class teacher.
The children must also participate in 30 minutes of online tasks via Reading Eggs or RM EasiMaths.
Please click on the links to reach both of these sites.
Additional learning at home
You can always carry on your learning, even when at home! Make sure you read for 10 minutes each day and then record it in your yellow reading record books to show your teachers!
Maths is also all around you! Can you count the steps in your house? Add together door numbers? Measure and weigh food/items when cooking?
Always practise your 2,5, and 10 times tables too!
COMMON EXCEPTION WORDS LIST
HIGH FREQUENCY WORD LIST