Hello Class 2!
Welcome back to Summer 2 term! I hope you have had a relaxing May half term and enjoyed the amazing sunshine. Home learning tasks are as per the previous terms and we now have the bonus of outdoor learning activities for you, created by our forest school teacher Mrs Swayne!
Please make sure you take a look at our class page I continue to upload new times table and spelling activities, emotional support and online safety resources. Ensure you are completing your Daily Do's activities by reading for a minimum of fifteen minutes everyday and recording this using your VIPERS bookmark questions in your reading record, handwriting practice, spelling application sheet and don't forget to practice your times tables on Time Table Rockstars!!
Keep smiling, you're doing amazing!
Welcome back to our swell class!
The new school year promises to be jam packed full of exciting learning and memory making!
Please remember that my door is always open for any concerns or compliments !
Please can you ensure that your child has their labelled PE kit in school every day, as we will be making the most of any good weather (!) and going to the field as often as we can. PE kits should contain a blue PE t-shirt, shorts, joggers, a jumper, socks and appropriate footwear.
Monday: Spelling spree
Tuesday: Mega Maths
Wednesday: Creative Cursive
Thursday: Mindful Maths
Friday: Mindful Colouring and ‘What Stuck?’
Please join us in our class room on Friday mornings from 8:45 – 9:00 and explore our classroom. Class 2 enjoy new displays throughout the year and the children love to show off their work!
Homework will alternate between Maths and English and will be set on a Friday to be returned the following Friday. Spellings will be sent home every Friday and tested the following Friday.
Please ensure that your child reads for at least 15 minutes every day, either to somebody else or independently. Reading records will be checked throughout the week to monitor progress.
Each member of Class 2 is given a ‘Daily Do’s’ folder in which to keep their Spelling book, reading record and reading book. These need to be brought into school every morning and return home with children at the end of the school day.