Mrs M Attrell
Year 2 Teacher
Miss E Daley
Mrs J Alexander
Special Support Assistant
Year 2 has been thinking of our hopes and fears for the coming year. We had some lovely discussions about worries we might have and what we can do about it.
Times Table Rock Stars
Thank you to all the parents who joined us for our launch of Times Tables Rock Star in school.
As part of Remembrance Day Year 2 made soldiers using wooden pegs.
Welcome to Year 2!
By Year 2 we have learned the importance of building strong friendships and treating others with respect so we can work on strengthening relationships and building resilience to ensure all children know their value as part of the class, wider school and community. In their final year of KS1, we expect children to be role models to the rest of the Key Stage, encouraging them to be polite, well-mannered and hard-working. This way they are always ‘Ready, Respectful and Safe’ aiming to be the best they can be at all times.
If your emotions feel all mixed up or you often have feelings that make you feel bad, talk to a trusted adult – they can help you find the right support. If your worried childline is there to listen: https://www.childline.org.uk/
Every fortnight on a Monday we will upload a Homework presentation on this class page. The presentation will include:
- Spellings to learn which will be tested on Friday.
- A times table to learn which will be tested on a Friday.
- Reading at home to be completed at least three times a week.
Also included on the presentation, will be suggested activities to help your child learn their spellings and times tables as well as links to phonics instructional videos for parents.
Please support your child in completing these homework tasks as best as they can. Many thanks in advance for your support.
I am sure you will agree that reading is a vital life skill!
Please can we actively encourage you to read with your child at least three times a week at home. When you have read with your child, please can you make a note of the date, title of the book and make a comment about your child’s reading too. This will help the adults in school maintain a regular dialogue with you about your child’s reading.
I am out on the playground every morning for a quick chat or you can also contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org