Half Term Message
Well done Year 2 for a brilliant first half term! We have really enjoyed teaching you and seeing you learn so many things each day.
Over half term, please remember to read regularly, rest and have fun!
We look forward to seeing your projects on our new topic ‘All Around the World’
Take care and stay safe,
Mr Beach, Miss Larkin and Mrs Pope
Please ensure your child hands in their homework each week (by Tuesday) and puts it in the homework box.
Over the coming weeks, we will be using some online resources and more information will follow. Any logins will be stuck in your child’s Reading record.
Reading 5 times per week for 20 minutes has a considerably positive impact on your child’s learning. Reading is the foundation for all learning!
World Mental Health Day
In Worship, we developed our awareness of World Mental Health Day! We understand that our mental well-being is just as important as our physical health.
We discussed the following strategies:-
•Book of Success
•Talking to friend or trusted adult
•Listening to music
•Completing the daily mile
What other ideas do you have?
Please share them with Mr Beach
Things to remember each day
Class 2 have been working hard to get as many ready to learn points as possible.
Here is a list of things we have discussed to remember each day at school:-
•Healthy snack (please no crisps, sweets, biscuits or chocolate)
•Reading folders (reading records and reading books)
•Correct uniform (named to avoid being lost)
Thank you for your support with this.
Here are the two Traditional Tales we will be exploring in September:
Can you find out what makes a story a ‘Traditional Tale’?
What traditional tales have you read?
Welcome to all of the new Year 2 pupils to our class page!
We are really looking forward to seeing you all on Monday 6th September!
Here is a challenge we would like you to complete over the next couple of weeks:-
Our new reading display says the following:- ‘Reading is like dreaming with your eyes open’
Can you bring in a photo or drawing of you reading your favourite book to add to our display?
We look forward to seeing them! See you soon!
Mr Beach and Ms Larkin