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Welcome to Class Two!

Here is some information about our class, which I hope you find useful.

 In class two we have children from years 2, 3 and 4. We are a hard working bunch who are always eager to learn and strive to do our best at all times. We work together as a team enjoying the hard work, but also the fun times that we share. We love to learn and find out new things about our topics. We are a kind, caring and polite class who are always willing to do things for others.  

Take a look around our page to find out more about Class Two!

Mrs Wallace

Class Teacher

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Who is in class two?

 

Mrs Wallace is our teacher, with Mrs Baines, Mrs Hall and Mrs O'Dwyer.

Miss Travis also teaches us in our class on a Wednesday morning.

What do i need to remember?

It is important that we all birng our reading record and book with us each day as we may need to read with a member of staff throughout the day.

Monday's- Celebration Assembly. If you have achieved anything out of school that you would look to share in assembly then please hand to Mrs Kenworthy or Mrs Wallace. Parents and families are always welcome to come and watch their child share these special achievements.

Recorders. Mrs O'Dwyer works with children on a two weekly cycle to practice playing recorder. Please ensure these are brought back in every Monday.

Tuesday- PE day. PE kits should be kept in school at all times. Remember PE kits are: white t-shirt, black shorts and black PE pumps.

Wednesday- Library day. Our volunteer librarian, Mrs De-Barkham, comes in to change our reading books. If you would like to change your book remember to bring it on a Wednesday.

Friday. PE day.

Although lessons can move around, here is a general timetable of what will be happening each week.

What can we do at home?

Whilst regular homework is not set, there are still lots of things you can do with your child to help them learn and develop further.

One of the most important things you can do at home to help your child is reading with them. Your child has access to many books in school and are also able to bring them home. If your child is unable to read all of the book then you can read together and talk about what is happening in the story. Please fill in the reading record book whenever you have shared a book together or listened to your child read. We have a list of the top 42 books to read before leaving Class Two which will be stuck in the front of your child's reading record.

Each half term KIRF's will be sent home for your child to practice. These are important for developing children's basic maths knowledge. You can find these attached below.

Every Friday your child will be given spellings to take home and learn. These are spellings that your child should know by the end of the year.

Below is a list of activities you may want to complete with your child at home, however these are not compulsory. If your child would like to bring in anything you have done together at home we will be hapy to show this in class.

Our Topic

This half term our Topic is 'What does it mean to be Royal?'

We are learning all about the Royal family, including looking at the family tree and the line of succession. We are doing a big focus on Queen Elizabeth II and will be completing lots of research about her in order to create a fact book.

In the upcoming weeks we will be planning and preparing for a 1950's coronation party! The children are really looking forward to organising such a special event in our school.

Please take a look at our curriculum newsletter below to find out more about what we will be covering.

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