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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2

The class teachers are Ms Scaldwell (Monday – Wednesday) and Mrs Allan (Thursday & Friday). Mrs Shepherd is our Teaching Assistant.   

 
Ms Scaldwell                              Mrs Allan                                Mrs Shepherd

A-Z of Year 2
Allergies 
Please let a member of staff know if your child has an allergy, medical condition or specific diet

Groupings
Children are seated in mixed ability groups for afternoon lessons. 
Read Write Inc. – grouped by current reading ability. 
These groups regularly change. 
Maths – grouped by knowledge and understanding 
in number. However, these groups do change.

Handwriting
Please encourage your child to form their letters correctly, using the cursive style. 
‘Lead-ons’ should always start on the line and a ‘lead-off / flick’ should be used. 
Most children will be joining their handwriting by Easter.

Homework
Homework will be given on Wednesday to be returned by the following Monday. Some maths homework will be set and completed online. We will give you an Abacus log in and password when we first set this homework.

Key Stage 1
Key Stage 1 consists of Year 1 and Year 2. 
At the end of each Key Stage, children are formally assessed in reading, writing (inc. spelling and grammar), maths and science. 
Assessments are based on the teacher’s knowledge of the children and supported by KS1 tests (June 2018).

Forest School
Forest School takes place on Wednesday afternoons. Children will need boots and old and warm clothes. Waterproofs suits are provided by the school. 

Items required everyday
Indoor & outdoor shoes 
Water bottle 
Reading record bag (reading books, reading record, times table chart). 
Please name everything.

Parents' Evenings

Monday 16th October (not Tuesday) 
Thursday 19th October

















PE
Takes place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. PE Kit consists of dark coloured shorts, white T-shirt / polo-shirt, plimsolls and trainers. Please ensure your child's PE kit is on their peg.

Reading

Children will continue to bring home a colour banded reading book, which should be read as often as possible. Parents should complete the Reading Record book. They can change these when they need to. 
A RWI book will also be sent home. Children should read this every evening (where possible) to support their English work in class. 
Staff aim to hear every child read at least once a week, either individually, within their RWI group or in a guided reading group.

Topic Web
Our topic this term is ‘Heroes’.  For further details of all the curriculum subjects we will be studying this term please see the topic web. If you have any resources that may be useful to us for this term please bring them in.

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