Welcome to 2N

Mr Nash – Year 2 Class Teacher

Mrs Whaley – Year 2 Teaching Assistant

Mrs Price – Year 2 Teaching Assistant

Mrs Binsley – Special Needs Assistant

 

Curriculum Overview

Welcome to Year 2. Throughout the year your children will learn through the topics;

• Africa
• The Royal Family
• Australia

Click the link below for more information including our exciting Topic Launches, Educational Visits and Finales.

 

You can also speak to Mr Nash for additional information regarding the National Curriculum for Year 2 or click on the link below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum

 

Our Topic – Autumn 2

This half term our topic is

“Africa”

We will be learning all about Africa.

 

 

Talk 4 Writing

 

Maths

 

Phonics

The phonics sounds for this week are:

Spelling

This week we are focusing on the suffix -y.

Handwriting

 

Times Table Rockstars

Children have their own log in and can access their times tables. In Year 2, we focus on 2,5s + 10s. Once you’ve mastered these, try your 3’s.

ttrockstars

 

White Rose Maths

Each maths lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

 

Things to Remember

PE Kit

Please wear your PE kit to school on Wednesday and Thursday.

Homework
Times tables and spellings will be handed out on a Monday.

Please return homework books on a Friday.

Milk

Milk is available to children every day on a morning.

School Dinners
If you are are wanting a school dinner, you can order them from the school grid app. KS1 are entitled to Universal Free School Meals.

 

Reading at Fairburn View Primary School

Phonics: Your child will learn to read following the ‘Sounds Write’ Programme. This programme is designed to support the rigorous and systematic approach to teaching synthetic phonics.  Our caring teaching staff plan exciting lessons to meet the needs of all individual children.

Reading:

There is a focus on reading across school and there is huge benefits to children reading at home. As part of school policy, we ask for children to read at least 3x at home and this is signed by a parent. You can help your children by hearing them read, but also checking their comprehension. Ask the questions about what they have just read, what they think will happen next and explain what they think of the books they are reading. It is important for children to read a range of texts as this makes them well rounded excellent readers.

Inside school, children have a daily guided reading session in which they have opportunity to have adult based and independent reading activities.

We appreciate your help and support in the matter.

 

Parent Partnerships

We welcome any opportunities for parents to share their skills and knowledge.
Please listen to your child read at home every day and record this in your child’s planner.

Thank you for your support.