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Year Two

Year 2 information for returning to school.

Hi everyone, it has been lovely meeting you over the last week, and I am really looking forward to seeing you on Monday with big smiles all over your faces. Don't forget to wear your wellies to school and bring some indoor shoes in a named carrier bag, and a coat hanger to hang your rain suit on. i have put the information sheet with everything that you need to know on here and on the class dojo page. Have a lovely weekend and I will see you all very soon!
Mrs Chapman

Hello Year 2,

Welcome to our class page. On here we will be adding lots of ideas for you to do at home with your grown ups. Miss Kay, Miss Allen, Mrs Ellis and Miss Sloman will be adding new plans and activity ideas weekly.

Below, you will find lots of activity ideas and resources. You will also find a suggested timetable, teaching and learning ideas and links to different websites.

We hope you are doing lots of lovely things at home, learning lots and smiling lots.

We miss you all very much.

Stay safe.


VE Day learning ideas

The Parts of a Plant (song for kids about flower/stem/leaves/roots)

Can you learn the parts of a plant? Can you become parts of a plant like the children in the video?

Home learning guide - teaching phonics

Phonics guidance for online lessons if your child did not pass the phonic screening check in year 1.

A letter to Class 2

Maths ideas w/c 30.3.20

English and reading ideas w/c 30.3.20

Things to do indoors

Things to do outdoors

A suggested timetable

Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your teacher know! 
Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites! 

Action happiness calendar for May - Can you do some of the things on the happiness calendar?

Information from Mrs Chapman re phonics

Words for year 2 to learn to spell. Take a few words a day. Get your child to read them and spell them. Hide them around your house, play games with them and have fun!