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Welcome to Year 2

Welcome to Year 2

We had a wonderful term up until Christmas welcoming the children back into school and getting our routines in place. We worked hard on revisiting phonics before completing the screening before Christmas. 

This year  we will be supporting the children in developing their independence in preparation for Lower Key Stage 2. 

In Year 2 we have:

2SC - Mrs Czyrko

2AP - Mrs Preece

We are lucky that Mrs Foster and Mrs Allen support us in the classroom. Mrs Mayne will also teach in Year 2 to cover PPA. 

Our outdoor P.E. day is Tuesday, we will come to school in our kits including trainers. Children will not need to bring uniform to change into. 

Our classrooms

Mrs Czyrko & Mrs Preece.m4v

In memory of Sir Tom Moore, complete the 100 challenge

This may be a challenge which will take some time to complete; there is no time limit! Chose an activity to do 100 times and then upload your personal tribute to Seesaw. 

Here are some ideas which you could do: 

Read 100 pages or books 

Listen to 100 songs 

Run 100 laps of your garden or a local park 

Cycle 100 metres 

Pick up 100 bits of litter to help keep your environment clean 

Draw 100 pictures 

Complete 100 calculations 

Spot 100 living things 

Walk for 100 minutes 

Complete an ‘obby’ (Roblox) with 100 levels 

Send or say a positive message each day for 100 days either to yourself, a family member or a friend 

Bake and decorate with 100 separate decorations 

Walk your dog 100 times 

Create a story using 100 words or lines 

Our Learning

We will be adopting a 'Mantle of the Expert' approach to our teaching and learning.  Within the context a story or dilemma, we become 'experts' providing the children with purposeful opportunities for learning.  This allows the children to learm across the curriculum in a fun, purposeful and imaginative way. 

World Book Day

Keep your eyes peeled for information relating to World Book Day on 4th March 2021. 

 Why not read your way around the world with the Oxford Owl Reading Miles Global Challenge!

Children can collect 500 reading miles for every 10 minutes they spend reading, either alone or with a parent, carer, teacher or brother or sister. They can even video call you or their relatives to read aloud to. This is a great opportunity to take advantage of the Oxford Owl online books for something new to read. 

Print out the reading miles passport below to begin the reading world tour - a whopping 33,000 miles (or 11 hours) in total! 

The challenge is split into seven journeys, each of which finishes in a ‘checkpoint city’. At each city, research the place they have arrived at and send a postcard back to school by uploading it to Seesaw. 

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