Welcome to Year 2's Webpage
Teacher Miss Parker
TA: Ms Hackett
Teacher Ms McKail
See what we are learning about this term by reading our termly newsletter.
Indoor PE: For the first half of the autumn term both classes will have indoor PE on Fridays. After the autumn half term break both classes will have indoor PE on Thursdays.
Outdoor PE: Both classes will have outdoor PE on Tuesdays.
Your child will need navy shorts, a white, round neck t-shirt and trainers or plimsolls. Plain navy tracksuit bottoms are required for outdoor PE. Shorts must be plain and above the knee (no buckles or zips). No items of denim or vests are allowed.
We recommend PE kits are brought in to school and kept in school for the half term.
Please click here to access some Take Away Tasks for your child to work on at home. The activities are all related to this term's topic. Children can bring them back in to school to share with their teacher and their class mates!
View and print letters that have been sent home to parents / carers by visiting our letters home page.
What did you do at school today?
Thank you for your support with the children’s home learning so far, it really makes a difference!
There are lots of different ways you could support your child in their learning at home. Here are just a few ways;
Spelling & Grammar: each week your child will receive a a piece of a spelling or grammar homework activity to consolidate their learning for that week.
Reading: please continue to support your child to read daily for at least 10 minutes. Either you or your child should be filling in the reading journal with the name of the book and the number of pages read, and the adult should sign it. The summer reading journals contain many activities that link to our learning in class, the stories we read and the authors who we focus on (David McKee and Lauren Child). We ask that your child completes one of these activities per week.
Maths: mathletics home learning activities will continue to be be set weekly, usually on a Monday evening. Please support your child to complete these tasks by the following Sunday.
Children can log onto Mathletics via the following link:
If your child does not have access to a computer or the internet at home, please let us know so we can make arrangements for them to complete the home learning at school.
Encourage you child to have a go at the Maths challenge that is published in the Eliot Bank weekly and here.