What we will be learning…with top learning tips
Maths….Addition and subtraction, multiplication and division along with developing reasoning skills to help us solve simple worded problems involving all 4 operations.
Learning Top Tip – Use the maths tool kits and resources to support your learning and help you become a more independent learner.
Reading…Whole class guided reading to develop comprehension skills (understanding of the text) and improve fluency and word recognition. Being able to ask and answer questions about the books and texts we have read.
Learning Top Tip – Read questions carefully and look for clues within the text. Copy words and phrases carefully from the text when answering questions.
Writing….. Instructions linked to our science topic on habitats and newspaper reports linked to our history topic on flight. Our epic involving the fairies, Elvin and Blossom, also continues to be a theme running through the learning.
Learning Top Tip- Always read through your writing when you finish and check it makes sense. Check you have used the right punctuation and purple pen any mistakes.
GRAMMAR… This half term we will focus on the correct use of both familiar and new punctuation, including capital letters; full stops; commas in lists; question marks and exclamation marks. We will also explore different sentence types (statements, commands, questions and exclamations).
Science – A science day is planned for this half term to continue looking at different habitats around the world and why animals are suited to their environments.
Art– Creations using paint, collage and sculpture inspired by the theme of robots.
History– World’s first flight focusing on the Wright brothers and their invention of the aeroplane.
RE– Christianity- Why did God give Jesus to the world?
PE- Outdoor games developing ball skills and team work on a Wednesday afternoon and swimming continues on Friday until the end of term.
To find out all about what we will be learning about this half term, and all about school life, please open our current Year 2 learning letter.
Please make sure that all school uniform and PE kit is clearly labelled. We advise kits to be in school throughout the week as classes have PE on different days throughout the week. Please include joggers and a sweatshirt for outdoor PE.
We do PE on: Wednesday and Friday.
Please let the school and the teacher know if your child has any allergies (that we do not already know about) or needs to take any medication.
Please remind your child to bring a coat every day in the winter months.
Click here to view an information video aimed at parents outlining the new National Curriculum tests for KS1.
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