Joke of the day!
Why did the banana go to the doctor?
Because it wasn't peeling well!
Good morning Year 2 (1.3.21)
I hope you all had a lovely weekend! I will see you on Zoom at 9am.
Enjoy the rest of your day!
Zoom Calls this week (same code for each call)
Monday 1st March - Whole Class 9am
Wednesday 3rd March - Group Sessions 9am, 9:20am and 9:40am (please see your email to find out which group you are in)
Friday 5th March- Whole Class- Dress up for World Book Day 9am
Please find below a suggested timetable for you to follow at home to complete your home learning. The order of these activities is similar to how we would do them in the classroom.
This may not suit everyone, so please adjust where you need.
Please find your daily phonics, maths and English work by clicking on the pencil icons below.
Your topic work is located in the section underneath this.
Welcome to Year 2
Our topic throughout the Spring term is Dinosaurs.
During topic lessons, we will be learning about what the world was like when dinosaurs roamed. We will also be learning about Mary Anning and how she became a famous paleontologist.
Class teacher- Miss Swallow
Class teacher (Thursdays) – Mrs Stotter
Class LSA- Mrs Farrell
Start and finish times
8:50am – 3:00 pm
Please do not arrive earlier than this time (unless arriving with younger siblings).
We will be having PE outside on a Monday and Wednesday and the children need to come into school wearing their PE kit on these days. They do not need to bring uniform to change into. Please make sure your child is appropriate dressed e.g. warm tracksuit or sweatshirt.
The children will be set weekly My Maths, spellings and reading homework. In addition to this, each term the children will receive topic based Nandos challenges. This homework is optional and does not need to be completed every week. You will find login details for My Maths in their homework folders.
Homework will be sent home on a Friday and must be returned for marking by the following Wednesday. Please note that if homework is handed in at a later date, it will not be marked.
Children will be sent home with two reading books on a Monday. They will keep these books for the week and then get two new books the following Monday. To encourage fluency, we suggest that children read their school books several times at home before changing them. The children have also got access to lots of online books to read at home on www.fictionexpress.co.uk. Their login details are stuck in the front page of their diary, along with information for TT rockstars.
The children in KS1 receive a healthy snack in the morning.
We are grateful for the £1 voluntary donations to put towards additional healthy snacks for afternoon break, cooking ingredients and any other creative resources. It would be helpful if this could be placed in a sealed envelope given the current situation.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on email@example.com
Year 2 team J