Welcome to Year 2!
In Year 2 we have two classes - Williams and Honeycrisp Class:
Class Teacher: Miss E Attwood
Teaching Assistant: Mrs S Ellis (all day)
Key Workers: Mrs L Simpson
Class Teacher: Mrs L Robinson (Mon/Tue) and Mrs J Hilden (Key Stage 1 Leader - Wed- Fri)
Teaching Assistants: Mrs K Willson (am) and Miss M Ford (pm)
Key Workers: Miss Parker
Thursday (Every other week) - PPA Time all day
Miss H Rootes - Williams Class
Mrs L Ingram - Honeycrisp Class
Tuesday Morning - Mrs J Hilden's Key Stage One Leader Release Time
Every other Monday Miss E Attwood will be out of class all day for her NQT Time
Term 4 2020:
Explorers: Columbus/ Pirates
This term we will be finding out about Ocean Explorers!
We will be learning:
Year 2 will be reading “The Troll ” as our class text in English. This story is a children's story about a troll and some pirates The troll in this story is based on the troll from the "Three Billy Goats Gruff” fairy tale. However, in this story, no goats ever cross the troll's bridge and he is forced to survive on fish that he catches from the river. Meanwhile, the pirate captain Hank Chief and his crew (Peg Polkadot, Ben Buckle, and Percy Patch) are searching for the treasure that is marked on their map, but are unable to locate the correct island.
Term 3 2020:
This term we will be exploring the incredible country India!
We will be learning to:
Year 2 will be reading “The Tiger Child” as our class text in English. This lively folk tale from Orissa, India, explains why tigers eat their food uncooked and why cats live with people. The tiger child is sent to fetch some more fire from the village, but on the way he gets distracted by his friends.
We will be using our class text to create a non-chronological report about Tigers.
We will be learning to:
Term 2 2019/2020:
A Royal Rumble... Queen Elizabeth I v Queen Elizabeth II
Term 1 2019/2020:
Where shall we live? Urban v Rural.
We will be reading the texts:
For Topic this term, we will be learning to locate the United Kingdom, its four countries and surrounding seas by using world maps, atlases and globes. We will be creating a large map for our topic display to help us with our learning! We will be reading the text, “Town Mouse and Country Mouse” to help us to recognise physical and human features of different places. Towards the end of the term, we will be learning to observe and use aerial photographs to help us identify similarities and differences between urban and rural places.
Can you use world maps, atlases or globes to find out the following:
What are the four countries of the United Kingdom?
Can you locate them on a map?
Can you name the capital cities for each country?
What are the names of the UK's surrounding seas?
Can you identify similarities and differences between urban and rural places?
Learning in Term 1:
We have created some lovely displays of our work!
Check your Times Tables knowledge...