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Elder and Wingnut

Elder and Wingnut are Year 2 class bursting with energy and enthusiasm for learning. We are based in the new building and work closely with the Year 1 team.

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Would you like to see what we have been up to?  

Check out photos of our learning here.

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Make sure your child reads to you at least three times a week.

 

Don’t forget you can use Bug Cub as well -ask your child questions about what they are reading

 

Log on and explore TTRockstars with your child, it is so much fun!

 

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NEW! Which skills will my child be learning in Year 2?

Year 2 Key Skills Expectations

 

Click here for the school calendar and term dates.

 

You can also view the latest school newsletter and the lunch menu on the school website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

Please ensure you are still reading with your child at least 3 times each week. Remember you can also use Bug Club! (don’t worry if your child has read all of their allocated books, just reread them!

 

We are currently undertaking reading assessments so will be updating their books soon).

 

TT Rockstars 

Make sure you help your child to log on to TT Rockstars (we sent you their log in information last week via email) and create their own avatar. TT Rockstars with help them learn and remember their times tables.

 

Everyday: Please ensure your child brings a named coat and a water bottle for the classroom. If it is sunny don’t forget to pop some sun cream on.

 

Welly days! Elder – Tuesday and Friday

                    Wingnut – Monday and Wednesday

This week we have been…

 

· Consolidating our knowledge of greater than and less than symbols. > = <

 

· Polishing our Bug dance with Miss Murray!

 

· Having a go at using adjectives in our writing to help to paint a picture in the reader’s mind.

 

· Practising writing words using the sounds we have learnt.

 

· Reading see it, say it words.