Miss Hackett, Miss Begley, and Mrs Urban-Kestenov welcome you to Year Two.
We have an exciting year ahead of us, with themes such as 'A Green and Pleasant Land,' 'Grand Designs,' and 'Where on Earth?'
Year Two will lead the school's Harvest Festival service. The children would love it if you could join us in celebrating this special time of year.
This year, we will also be preparing the children for the end-of-year KS1 statutory assessments. To assist your child with this, we will upload current class learning to Seesaw on a regular basis, which can be used to supplement your child's learning at home. However, reading with your child as much as possible is the most beneficial support you can provide! In Year Two, our overall goal is for all children to become independent readers. Any reading done at home will help you achieve this. This can include comic books, magazines, poems, fiction, and nonfiction. Even the best readers must practise their fluency and comprehension by reading a variety of texts and genres. To secure good foundations in mathematics children should be encouraged at home, to practise the x2, x5 and x10 multiplication facts. Look for opportunities to use maths in real life situations including baking, experience with using money and telling the time to the nearest five minutes.
In the event of being required to complete remote learning, Class 2 pupils, should follow the remote learning timetable for the relevant week. Teachers will use Seesaw to communicate with your child about their learning and suggest suitable tasks, activities and links to supplement those outlined in the remote learning plan. Most tasks can be completed online or through the use of pencil and paper. For tasks where you may require a printer, but are unable to access one or you have problems getting online, feel free to ask us for further support by contacting the office. Remember to make sure you include time for looking after your health and wellbeing. Stay safe.
|Access Remote Learning|
Please login on to your Seesaw account to view, download and complete the activities for the week.
In your Seesaw class you will be able to access:
- the weekly timetable and announcements
- lesson content and resources which are scaffolded and modelled by the teachers
- links to supporting resources and interactive tools tailored to support you
- updates and messages from your teachers and teaching assistants
- tools to ask questions and receive feedback on your learning
- teacher guided opportunities to interact with peers
- materials to support wellbeing
I need support with my task
If you need more guidance or have a query regarding the learning tasks please send a message to the admin team via the contact form. We will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.