Welcome to Year 2
Good Morning Year Two 6.7.20
How are you all? I hope you have enjoyed a nice weekend.
Below is your home learning for this week. Thank you again for all your lovely emails and photos. I really enjoyed your messages this week. You are all doing great home learning and making fabulous progress!
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel very welcome to contact us.
Good Morning Year Two,
I hope you have all had a lovely weekend.
Please scroll down past the gallery to find this week's home learning planner.
Please note a big change to your Education City. In your homework section, you will find some end of year assessments. Please work through these at your own pace. Each time an assessment is completed, games will be generated in your revision folder that will practice the skills you need to be ready for Year Three.
I hope you all have a great week. As always, feel very welcome to email me if you have any questions. Please also keep sending in your fantastic work photos.
Hello Year Two!
Wow! Some of you were extremely busy last week. Thank you for all your emails and photos. I saw lots of you managed to do quizzes on Accelerated Reader which is fantastic! A very big well done to those who are completing the games on Education City too. Please see the pictures below to be inspired by your friend's learning.
This week, please remember to complete your self portrait for your end-of-year school report. Please email me a photo of it to the class email.
You are all doing so well. I hope you have another great week of learning and plenty of outdoor fun!
Please feel welcome to contact me on the class email if you have any questions or things you would like to share.
Hello Year Two,
How are you all and how was your half term? I hope you enjoyed the beautiful sunny weather.
Here is this week's home learning. You are all doing really well and we are very proud of you. We know it is sometimes tricky but we encourage you to keep going as everything you do will help you stay ready to come back to school.
Thank you for all your messages and photos. I love receiving them and seeing the great work you are doing at home.
Please feel welcome to contact me on the class email if you have any questions about home learning.
Happy Half Term Year Two
Wow! It's the end of Week 6 and time for a home learning break!
A very big thank you for all the emails, messages and photos you have been sending in. I am so proud of all the Year Twos and the wonderful work they have been doing, at home in such strange times.
Year Two pupils, please go and give your family a big hug and say a big thank you for looking after you while school is closed.
I hpe you all have a lovely week. No home learning will be set for half term. I hope the weather is nice for you all.
We miss you all very much.
Take care and Stay Safe,
Good Morning Year Two!
I can't believe this is week 6. Thank you for all your emails and photos last week. I am so impressed by your dedication and the fantastic work you are all doing.
I hope you enjoy this week. It's the last week of the Magic Teaching Box writing project. I look forward to reading your Magic Box poems.
Remember to keep reading, keep fit, keep safe and have fun!
Good Morning Year Two,
I hope everyone is well and happy. Here is the home learning for this week.
Thank you for all your emails and photos. It is so great to hear from you all. It sounds like there is some fabulous home learning happening. We understand it is sometimes tricky but every bit of learning and reading you do will benefit your future. You and your parents are doing really well. We are very proud of you!
It's just a four day week this week as it is a special bank holiday on Friday. Friday is VE day. Maybe you can find out about what this means. There may even be some socially-distanced celebrations happening near you.
Have a great week Year Two.
Stay safe, happy, fit and well.
Hello Year Two!
How are you all doing?
Thank you so much for all the photos and emails you have been sending. It's so great to see the wonderful home learnig that is happening.
I have just uploaded the home learning chart for this week. Our theme is 'Space'.
I look forward to hearing about and seeing photos of all the fantastic work you do this week.
Have a great week, learning lots, having fun, keeping fit and most importantly staying safe.
PS Look below for a document I have made for you with lots of places online where you can listen to books being read out loud- for free.
Hello Year Two,
It's Mrs Wilson here writing to check you are all well and happy.
Thank you so much for all the photos and messages telling me about your home learning. You have all been very busy and doing some fabulous projects!
A lot of you have been asking about Mrs Etherton. She is well and we will definitely organise a proper goodbye celebration for her when everything gets back to normal.
Well, I better get back to learning my Body Combat moves and finding some more fun learning projects for next week.
Please stay safe and well
Hello Year Two,
I hope you are all well, learning lots and having fun!
I have attached above the Beat That Maths master sheets which can be printed out. I am really sorry, it is a bit fiddly to print as all the year groups are mixed together. If I can eventually find a better way, I will.
Happy Easter Holidays Year Two!
I hope you are all happy and staying healthy!
There is no school home learning for the next two weeks as it is supposed to be your Easter Holiday break. But, we thought you might like to do an Easter challenge.
Mrs Wilson's Egg-cellent Bingo Challenge is attached below.
Please email messages and pictures of how you get on with the challenge to firstname.lastname@example.org
I will email you a special certificate if you complete the challenge.
I hope that you are all managing to keep active and if possible get out into the sunshine. Here is a link for PE activities that you can try at home.
Keep smiling and keep moving!
Good morning Year 2!
Here are some things for your home learning this week. These are for you to use if you think they will be helpful. Having a timetable can really help you to organise your day - you can also design your own. Each day try to do plenty of different things and be as creative as you can.This might be a time to learn a new skill as well.
Take care and enjoy the sunshine,
Superheroes Past and Present
Spring Term 2019
Could a Penguin Ride a Bike?
Lost and Found Around the World
Castles, Knights and Dragons
Poetry in Motion
Shelter Building and Campfire fun at River Dart Country Park
We spent a fun-packed afternoon at River Dart building shelters in the woods. Our teamwork skills and creativity were put to the test. The result was four amazing shelters each with their own unique luxeries; outdoor showers, helicoptor landing pads, play parks, computers, stepping stones and fully carpeted floors! We ended the afternoon snuggled around the campfire singing some crazy action songs which have now been integrated into our DPA collection!
A Frosty Morning in Year 2
We arrived at school this morning to find everything coated in a beautiful frost. We decided to pop out onto the school field and investigate. We used magnifying glasses to observe the frosty crystals. It was lots of fun and helped us develop our scientific observation skills.
The Fire Service Visits Year 2
We had an exciting morning learning about how to keep safe in the event of a fire. Have a look at some of our work to see what we learnt!
International Detective Daniel Stone
visits Year 2
Year two have been working for International detective, Daniel Stone since September. We've been helping him solve mysteries and sending him letters and information to support his top secret, undercover investigations. Until now we hadn't met him as he was away in India, Antarctica and then The Arctic Circle. Today that all changed when he popped in to visit us and collect the blue diamond ring we have been looking after for him. He will be returning it to its rightful owner when he visits her in Edinborough later this week.
While he was here, he told us stories of his adventutes in India, where he saw a real tiger. He also explained what it was like to live in the Arctic.
Thank you Daniel Stone! See you again soon!
Year Two 2017-18
Autumn Term B
Year 2 Writing December 2017
We really enjoyed reading the book 'Could a Penguin Ride a Bycycle'. We wrote our own versions based on the patterns of this text but using our favourite animals.
Autumnal Adventures at River Dart Country Park
Year Two had a fantasticly adventurous time at River Dart Country Park today. Zooming down the zip wire, balancing along obsticle courses, flying down curly, whirly slides and most importantly building confidence to 'have-a-go'. Many children proved themselves as supportive team members too!
Autumn Term A
Lost and Found Around the World
This week's Year Two writers
This week we have been working building stamina in writing. We have been putting a single line through mistakes. We have been reading our writing back with a 'lolly stick' and using our green editing pens to make corrections. Well done to Aiden and Emma for their letters to Daniel Stone who is feeling homesick.
Year Two visit the woods
This week Year Two received a letter from Daniel Stone who is currently solving a mystery in the jungle near to Chembakolli, in India. He is feeling homesick and missing the British woodlands. We decided to visit the woods on our school grounds and take some photos for him to make him feel better. We discovered lots of signs of Autumn and thanks to Vida we learnt about deciduous and evergreen trees.
Well done to Remeykah and Millie for their writing in Science. We like the way your sentences are clear, tou've had a good go at spellings and you have used punctuation.
Well done to Daniel for his letter to Mrs Lee-Gammage requesting permission for Danile Stone to have his office in our computer room. We like the way you have used your green pen to make corrections. Your letter worked! Mrs Lee-Gammage says "yes".
Year 2's Garden
We have been enjoying harvesting the fruits and vegetables from the Year 2 garden and the school field. We have been practising our science skills by observing and recording carefully.
Year 2 Jobs
Year 2 pupils applied for jobs around the classroom. We have Computer Technicians, Hydration Officers, a Director of Tidy Cloakroom, Book Distributors, Gardeners and more...
A visit from Josh's puppy
Thank you to Josh for bringing in his gorgeous puppy and answering questions from the class.
Summer Term Second Half 2017
Autumn Term (first half) Planner
Lost and Found
Year 2 Jobs
On arriving into Year 2, pupils applied for classroom jobs.
We have now appointed register monitors, furniture managers, hydration officers, botanists, pencil pot managers, resource distributors, date scribe, general helpers and a visual timetable monitor. So our classroom should work like clockwork now!