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Welcome to Year 2

Mrs Phillips
Miss Fletcher
Mrs Batchelor – Class Teacher
Mrs Ashcroft – Class Teacher
Mrs Connolly

Final Letter

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Transition Videos

Year 2 to Year 3

Parent Information

Mr Mason’s Welcome to Year 3

Mrs Miles Achievement Assembly 10th July 2020

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Achievement Assembly

13.07.2020 Learning from Home

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Learning Links and Worksheets 13.07.2020

Maths

Video

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Extra Challenge Nim-7

Answers Lesson 1

Answers Lesson 2

Answers Lesson 3

Answers Lesson 4

Literacy

Lesson 1: In the story, Lanky Len and Hefty Hugh tried to steal something that didn’t belong to them. Can you make a wanted poster for them, detailing their attempted crimes? Remember to describe each of the characters so that they can be found.

Lesson 2: The ladybird came up with a plan to stop the robbers from stealing the mermaid’s hair. What was that plan, and did it work?

Lesson 3: The story is written in rhyme, can you write a different rhyming ending?

Handwriting Challenge 

Link

Reading

Purple Mash

Phonics Play

Phonics

Hard

Harder

Phonics Play

Topic

B.Q: Where are the different climate zones?

Powerpoint

Worksheet

06.07.20 Learning from Home

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Learning Links and Worksheets 06.07.2020

Maths

Video

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Extra Challenge Sum Connect (4-9)

Answers Lesson 1

Answers Lesson 2

Answers Lesson 3

Answers Lesson 4

Literacy

 

Lesson 1: Write a fact file about yourself. It can include illustrations and facts about your family, your interests, favourite foods, even some fun facts. I have included an ‘All About Me’ booklet to give you some ideas, but you can design your own if you would rather.

Lesson 2: Write a letter to your new teacher to let them know what you are looking forward to, anything you might be unsure about, what you would like to achieve and any targets you have set yourself in Year 3

Handwriting Challenge 

Link

Reading

Purple Mash

Phonics Play

Phonics

Hard

Harder

Phonics Play

Science

B.Q. How can you change the size of a shadow?

Lesson 6

Virtual Sports Week Video and Results

Mr Mason and Miss Fletcher's Classroom Tour!

Computing

We have been using Rapid Router to develop our coding skills. We’ve used computing vocabulary such as debug and algorithm.

Science

We used marbles and ramps to investigate how we can make the marble change direction and stop.

Dragonology

We became dragonologists and researched and wrote non-chronological reports about dragons.

Dragon’s Eggs!

Year 2 were so excited – they followed clues around the school, which led them to three incredible dragon’s eggs.

Castle topic dress up day

To celebrate all the learning we have done about castles, Year 2 enjoyed dressing up for the day as queens, kings, knights, dragons and princesses.

We baked gingerbread men and enjoyed Elizabethan drama, dance and art.

Visit to Warwick Castle

Year 2 loved their trip to Warwick Castle. They watched the falcon show, had a guided tour, got lost in the maze and climbed the tower!

Investigating strong structures

Year 2 are investigating strong structures in science.

Equipment needed in class:

Reading record and colour-banded reading book in their book bag.

A PE kit should be left in school and can be taken home to be washed at the end of each half term.

A named water bottle containing water only.

A blue sweater for when we go out on trips.

Homework

Monday – fortnightly Home Learning Project in for the following Thursday.

Friday – the children have a spelling test every Friday.  They must have their yellow books in school on a Friday to receive their new spelling for the following week.  We recommend children use the look, say, cover, spell, check method to practise these.

Reading – children are expected to read at least 3 times a week with a parent or carer.

How to help your child

We ask you to support your child by hearing them read their individual levelled reading books at home. We would appreciate it if parents could sign and make a comment in the reading diaries at least three times a week. Helpers may also hear your child read their individual reading book in school, so it is important that this book is brought to school every day. Books are changed in school every week.

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