Welcome to 2021 / 2022
Year 2 Key Information page
The class teachers in Year 2 are Mrs Kennedy, Mrs Hart and Miss Tiller.
Should you have any questions, please use the email addresses below to contact your child's class teacher. Remember, we are here to help and the pupils' well-being, safety and learning are our priorities.
Mrs Kennedy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Hart: email@example.com
Miss Tiller: firstname.lastname@example.org
PE Lessons – Please ensure your child has a full PE kit in school. PE kits should be brought in at the beginning of the Half Term and left in school. A list of the full PE kit can be found on the website under Parents > School Uniform.
Water bottles- Please ensure your child is bringing in a water bottle every day.
Reading Books - Reading books and records should be brought to school daily. We encourage children to read every night to support their phonics. Please ensure that once you have read a book, you comment and sign so we know if it has been read.
English - Our key texts for this Half Term are Meerkat Mail by Emily Gravett and The Lost Happy Endings by Carol Ann Duffy.
Maths - Children will be set a weekly Maths task on My Maths every Friday. Children will need to complete the task by the following Wednesday.
Reading - We encourage children to read every day at home to support their Phonics and reading fluency. Please comment on/ sign your child's reading record so we know the book has been read.
In the event of a school or bubble closure or self-isolation, we will set the children work on the Purple Mash and My Maths programmes, where children will be asked to complete a set of tasks. They will also be given activities to work on in a Maths and English workbook that will be sent home. Children will be notified of the tasks to complete via the school website. All children have been provided with the login details necessary to access these websites, however if you do need a reminder or any support with using them, please feel free to email your class teacher and we will be happy to help. Reading regularly is vital in practising phonics and early reading skills and should be continued as normal. Please feel free to read a range of books from school or home.