Year 2 2021 - 2022
Welcome to Year 2
In Year 2 children continue to develop skills, knowledge and experiences from Year 1 and work towards their end of Key Stage 1 tests. The children will have a more formal learning environment compared to Year 1 through daily Maths, Guided Reading and English lessons but they will continue to learn through exciting topics so that they remain motivated, enthused and eager learners. The children are expected to become more independent readers and writers as the year advances so that they are ready to start the next phase of their learning in Key Stage 2.
In Year 2 we continue to welcome and encourage parent partnership working and hold a number of parent workshops which enables parents to take part in their child's learning.
Importance of Year 2
Year 2 is a vital year for your child’s education! It is the final year of Key Stage 1 and the children’s attainment will be measured against National Standards for Age Related Expectations (ARE). They will be assessed in Writing, Reading and Mathematics.
At school, we are able to provide targeted support for the children. However, your support is equally as important to your child’s education. They should be in school on time EVERY DAY. They need to read daily at home. They also need to complete homework and tasks on time and to the best of their ability.
Some Year 2 Events
Conisbrough Castle Trip - Children learnt all about how people used to live in medieval times and why castles were built.
Pirate Day - In the role of pirates, the children immersed into the world of pirates before learning all about Captian James Cook.
Children got to experience using different materiails so they could observe changes taking place.
Homework / PE
Homework is set on a Friday. It should be returned by Monday morning.
Your child will receive an English and a maths task. On occasion, homework may be set online.
Homework gives your child the opportunity to consolidate their classroom learning.
The children will receive 2 lessons of P.E. a week, one outdoor and one indoor session. Please ensure a P.E. kit is in school at all times. PE Kit inclues:
- Black shorts, jogging bottoms or leggings
- White T-Shirt
- Black pumps
- A warm jumper
Please ensure your child brings a water bottle to school every day. It is their responsibility to take it home and we expect parents to clean the bottle and provide fresh water every day.
It is vital that book bags are brought to and from school every day. Your child will bring home two books, a reading practice book and a library book. We ask that you read with your child for ten to fifteen minutes each evening, and add comments to their Reading Record Book.
School Visits and Special Events
Every half-term, we will have memorable experiences for yuor child to take part in.
|Autumn 2||Conisborough Castle|
|Spring 2||Family Celebration|
|Summer 1||Local Area Walk|
|Summer 2||Visit to Beaumont Park|