Year 2 Classes
Welcome to Year 2
Our Year 2 is divided into 3 classes – Dolphins, Giraffes and Tigers.
Dolphin Class is taught by Mr Vickery, assisted by Mrs Cavanuagh and Mrs Dlugokecka
Giraffe Class is taught by Mrs Craven and Mrs Mayson, assisted by Mrs Moseley, Mrs Thompson and Mrs Neale
Tiger Class is taught by Miss White, assisted by Mrs Scanlan and Mrs Gunner
Topics for Year 2
Autumn 1 – Pesky Pirates! Autumn 2 – Celebrations and Commemorations
Spring 1 - Famous for More than Five Minutes Spring 2 – Home from Home
Summer 1 – Castles Summer 2 – Roald Dahl
In Maths we are going to be:
Consolidating pictorial and mental calculation strategies
Finding fractions of number
Developing problem solving strategies in: shape, measure, quantity and money
Continue to develop mental maths including times tables (2s, 5s, 10s, 3s)
In English we will be:
Further developing understanding of the grammar curriculum
Continuing to learn spelling rules and apply them in context
Learning and reciting poems
Experience the stories of Roald Dahl
Using known texts to create our own narratives
In Science we will be:
Learning about animals and their habitats
Learning about varieties of plants and what they need to grow including observation over time
We will visit a Castle
As part of our trip pupils will visit the Keep, Inner Gatehouse, Barbican, Armoury and Baron’s Hall. During the course of the tour each group will have a session in the Education Room, with a guide who will explain about life in a Medieval Castle. Pupils will be able to handle various artefacts including, clothes, weapons and armour and compare past from present lifestyles.
PEDALS - Cycle Training
The children in Giraffe class took part in a Surrey County Council scheme called Travel Smart in Surrey, this week.
Pedals is a practical road safety awareness course for pupils aged 5-7 in Years 1 or 2 at school. This is the age group for whom the road safety learning concept of 'stop look listen' is generally considered appropriate.
Pupils can participate on their bikes, even if they have tricycles, stabilizers, on their scooters, or on foot. The course lasts one hour. The aim is that by the end of the course trainees will be able to:
Achieve some of the simpler Level 1 outcomes – start, pedal and stop.
Explain how wearing a tabard and helmet can improve their safety.
Stop, look and listen before crossing the road in a simulated traffic environment.
All trainees receive a certificate of participation.
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