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Welcome to Year Two - Spring

In Literacy this term we will be:

  • ‚ÄčIdentifying features of and writing stories, riddles, recounts, non-chronological reports
  • Using a range of punctuation
  • Using a range of grammar, i.e. adverbs, conjunctions
  • Completing a range of comprehension activities
  • Using a range of sentence types: statements, questions, commands, exclamation

In Maths this term we will be:

  • Adding & Subtracting
  • Multiplying & Dividing
  • Solving problems
  • Time
  • Fractions
  • Symmetry
  • Shape, Space & Measure

In Topic we will be focusing on a number of areas including:

  • Art - Collaging & Painting
  • Music - creating body percussion pieces
  • History - the Victorians
  • D&T - Dioramas
  • Geography - maps, continents and oceans
  • Science - Habitats, animals and living things
  • Computing - ESafety

Year Two Class Teachers

Miss Gemma Western

Miss Western

Mrs Curtis

Mrs Newman

Mrs Hummel

Mrs Delaney

Miss Tredgett

Year Two

Mrs Perks Day 1!
Miss Western & Mrs Newman Day 1!
Paddington Collage 1
School Council
School Council

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Blue Planet

Our Value this term is:‚Äč Responsibility

Our sounds for this term are:

The sound /j/ often spelt with g before e, i and y / The sound /j/ always spelt with ’j’ before a, o and u

Gem, giant, magic, giraffe, energy, jacket, jog, join, adjust

oo  ew 

balloon, threw, new, Room, soon, food

The sound /l/ spelt with ‘-le’ at the end of words

Table, apple, bottle, little, middle, able, dazzle, riddle

ue  u_e

use, blue, June, clue, flute, glue, queue, rule

The sound /l/ spelt with ‘-el’ at the end of words

Camel, tunnel, squirrel, travel, towel, tinsel, bagel, jewel

wh

When, what, white, where, which, why, whale

The sound /l/ spelt with ‘-il’ and ‘-al’ at the end of words

pencil fossil nostril metal pedal capital hospital animal

Ph

Phone, phonic, elephant, photo, dolphin, alphabet, Phoebe

The sound /igh/ spelt with ‘-y’ at the end of words

cry fly dry try reply shy terrify sky

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten

Adding –ies to nouns and verbs ending in –y

flies, tries replies copies babies carries cries dries

Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty

The suffixes –ment, -ness and –ful

enjoyment sadness careful playful plainness argument happiness plentiful

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, January, February, March

The suffixes –less and –ly

badly hopeless penniless happily lovely slowly quickly fearless

April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Adding –ed, -er and –est to a word ending in –y with a consonant before it

copier, copied happier happiest cried replied tried dried

Can’t, it’s, I’ll, we’d, didn’t, don’t, she’s, they’re

Adding –ing to a word ending in –y with a consonant before it

copying crying replying carrying flying trying drying skiing

Dogs, cats, foxes, brushes, watches, tomatoes, bees, axes

Adding –ing, -ed, -er, -est and –y to words ending in –e with a consonant before it

hiking hiked hiker nicer nicest shiny being shining

Unhappy, unwind, hunter, hunted, quickest, jumper, hiker, burning, grandes

Class Rules

  • Treat each other nicely
  • Be quiet if someone else is talking
  • Walk sensibly
  • Tuck chairs in
  • Sit nicely
  • Put your hands up
  • Look and listen to the person talking
  • Follow the class rules
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