Welcome to Year 2 - Wordsworth

Welcome to Year 2 - Wordsworth Class!

What a fantastic start to Year 2!

My name is Miss Mullins and I am the Class Teacher in Wordsworth. I also work alongside Mrs O'Connor our wonderful teaching assistant.

English

This term we will be linking our learning to our topic 'The great fire of London'.

Maths

The term we will be looking at securing the foundations of the children's number work. This week we are looking at 2, 5 and 10 times tables.

PE

We have PE every Thursday and Friday. This half term we are lucky to have our PE coach Gemma which will be teaching the children Competitive Games and on the Friday sessions we will be doing Gymnastics.

Things you can do at home

Reading is a priority in year 2 and if you could read as often as possible with your child this will really help them move on.

Reader of the week:

Each child will receive a raffle ticket every time they read at home and will have the opportunity to win a book at the end of the week. Little and often is the key.

This weeks reader of the week is: Sherli :) Well done!!

This Week

Homework

Your child should be coming home with their reading book every night could you please read with them. Also could you please practice counting in twos, fives and tens with you child.

This Week

Autumn 2 - The Great Fire of London

This term year 2 are learning all about The Great fire of London! We will be learning about how life was back in 1666 and how Samuel Pepys is a significant individual for The Great Fire of London.

Image result for the great fire of london image

Why not explore some of these games and videos on rainy days when it's difficult to get outside:

http://www.fireoflondon.org.uk/game/

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks1history.html#fireoflondon

Homework

  • Reading at least 3 times a week recording in the correct place in the diaries
  • Revise 2, 5, 10 and 3 times tables

 

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