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Year 2

 

Miss Rowell (Ducks) and Mr Newbold (Otters) welcome you to our Year 2 webpage. 

 

Here you will find out about our learning journey for the year and important dates for the diary. Please click on the links below to find out what we are learning this term and to see some of our fantastic work. 

Important information:

 

PE

In Year 2, P.E is on Tuesday and Thursday. Please ensure P.E. kits are in school every day as lesson times might change.

We have outdoor P.E. on Thursday so you must ensure your child has an outdoor P.E. kit for this day. Kit includes a plain shirt that is white or your team's colour, shorts/tracksuit bottoms and trainers. Can hair be tied back and any jewellery including earrings be removed for these days.

 

Home Readers

Children that are completing phonics will be issued with a reading book. This is to be returned everyday. Please encourage your children to read at home. If you need any help or advice please speak with the class teacher. The reading books children bring home are directly matched to their phonic ability. 

 

Our Curriculum Drivers

At Sacred Heart, our curriculum is rooted in skills that we believe will prepare our children for life beyond Year 6. Each and every lesson aims to develop children to become courageous, independent and resilient learners that can effectively communicate  with their peers. 

We are currently reading. . .

 

If you enjoyed this book, you might also like to read some of these:

  • Little Red and the Very Hungry Lion by Alex T. Smith
  • Little Red Hood by Marjolaine Leray
  • How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth by Michelle Robinson and Kate Hindley
  • How to Babysit a Grandad by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish

If you enjoyed this book you may like these stories written by the author Chris Judge:

  • The Brave Beast
  • The Great Explorer

Books we have read and enjoyed so far...

     

 

Remember to practise your times tables on TT  Rockstars.

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