Welcome to Class 2's Page
Teacher: Mrs Brown
Support Staff: Mrs Arkless
Monday and Thursday
Your child needs to come dressed ready for PE
You will come home with a homework sheet every Thursday explaining what your homework will be for that week. It will mainly consist of reading and spelling but may have some activities which you can do with an adult at home. You do not need to hand any homework in, but please remember to learn your spellings ready for your spelling test the following Friday and to write in your reading diary every time you read.
Every time you read at home and write it in your diary you will achieve a sticker in school. For every three times you read in a week, you will move down a colour level on the reading rainbow heading towards the pot of gold (and a prize!) and earn yourself a raffle ticket for the termly prize draw!
You will all come home with a reading book matched to your phonics/reading level each week as well as a library book. You do not have to read a whole book each time you read, just a page or two will be great and it does not always need to be your school reading book; you could read a magazine, library book or a book you have at home. You could share a book with an adult at bedtime, read to a younger sibling or friend, read signs or posters whilst out and about with your family, anything!
Please ensure you have your reading book and diary in school every day.
Spring 1st Half Term
MATHS: Shape, Multiplication and Division, Measures
ENGLISH: Sylvia and Bird (Narrative), Seed to Sunflower (Non-Chronological Report)
OUR HISTORY TOPIC IS: The Great Fire of London (Theme: Clues from the Past)
SCIENCE: Everyday Materials
ART: Sculpture (Structures)
COMPUTING: Robot Algorithims
RE: Unit 1.1: God: What do Christians believe God is Like?
PE: Invasion Games
MUSIC: Playing: I Wanna Play in a Band
PSHE: Keeping Safe
Autumn 2nd Half Term
MATHS: Addition and Subtraction, Shape
ENGLISH: Chinese New Year (Non-Chronological Report), How to Catch Santa (Instructions)
OUR GEOGRAPHY TOPIC IS: Characteristics of Rivers (Theme: Fieldwork)
SCIENCE: Animals, including humans 2
DT: Food (Fruit)
COMPUTING: Creating Media: Digital Photography
RE: Unit 1.10: What does it mean to belong to a faith community?
MUSIC: Singing (Christmas Nativity Songs)
PSHE: Valuing Differences
Autumn 1st Half Term
MATHS: Number and Place Value, Addition and Subtraction
ENGLISH: Don't Spill the Milk (Narrative), I Love Bugs (Poetry)
OUR HISTORY TOPIC IS: Sir Francis Drake and the Spanish Armada and Christopher Columbus (Theme: Conflict)
SCIENCE: Animals, including humans
ART: Drawing (Picasso)
COMPUTING: Computing systems and networks; IT around us
RE: Unit 1.2 Creation: Who made the World?
PE: Ball Skills
MUSIC: Hey You! (Charanga)
PSHE: Me and My Relationships
Past Knowledge Organisers: