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St. Ann's Year 2 Class Page

Show proper respect to everyone: love the brotherhood of believers, fear God, honour the king. - 1 Peter 2:17

Who is in Year 2?

A warm welcome to our Year 2 class page.

Mrs Thompson and Mr Murrall are the class teachers in Year 2.  The teaching assistant is Miss Hilton.

Year 2 is a fun and exciting year group with lots to learn and fun to be had. We like our learning to be interesting and exciting! The Year 2 curriculum builds upon and extends the experiences that children have had in Year 1. Active learning is still a crucial aspect of the school day but this will be in a more formal manner than in Year 1 to slowly prepare the children for their move into Key Stage Two at the end of the year. This will hopefully ensure that the children are prepared for Key Stage One SATs but will still have a positive and eager attitude to learning.

 This term we are exploring Materials.

Watch and listen to this song about our new topic  - https://youtu.be/e5h5RgiagrU

Take a look at our Learning Guide to find out a little bit more about what we will be learning as part of our topic this term!


Welcome to Year 2.MOV

 What is happening in Year 2?

Find out more about what we are doing by looking at our Learning Guide and Curriculum.

How to help your child at home 

Reading - Please read at least 3 times each week (just a few pages) and discuss what you have read including words that you didn't understand with an adult.  Remember if you have a probe or words then please read those too.

Don't forget to read at least 3 times a week at home.

Maths - Use Numbots to practise your number facts! Can you practise your number knowledge by using the website three times a week?  Have a look at the documents attached for more ideas of how to help your child at home! 

Writing - It is important that you learn to spell the Y2 words by heart.  To help with this, please practise a few each night at home. Remember to keep working on your handwriting too. 

Use these documents to help your child with their spellings.

If you would like to contact us regarding your child's progress, please make an appointment with the class teacher by calling the school office or by email using the form on our contact page.

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