Welcome to Class 3
Welcome to our Year 2’s class page!
Your teacher is Miss Exley Monday-Thursday and Mrs Toole will be teaching you on a Friday. We will have help from Mrs Brown each afternoon.
Here you will find useful information about the topics we are learning about year and links to useful website to support your learning. We will also, share on this page, our news, photos from events and trips and some of the fantastic work that Year 2 have produced over the year to show off our talented pupils.
We are looking forward to working with you this year!
Miss Exley, Mrs Toole and Mrs Hall
Children all have a reading diary and reading book which comes home in their book bag each day. We encourage children to read at home each night. When your child has read at home can you sign and date their diary and write a comment so that we know how they are finding their reading at home.
Books will be changed Mondays and Tuesdays.
Library books will be changed Tuesdays.
Please send your child to school in PE kit Mondays and Tuesdays.
Children must wear a white t-shirt and black or navy jogging bottoms – no tight fitting clothes to be worn. An appropriate black or navy, plain jumper can be worn in addition to this.
Please work with your children regularly to ensure they know the phase 3 and phase 5 sounds. This is essential to help boost their learning. See ‘useful documents’ below for resources. We also have all of our children signed up to ‘Teach Your Monster To Read’ If you wish for more information about this, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Please continue to practise the word lists that are sent home – these will be tested sporadically.
Children should learn these Key Instant Recall Facts off by heart. Children will be tested on these within the appropriate half term. Please click here for information: KIRFS
To support Y2 with their recall of multiplication facts in preparation for the KS2 check, we have provided each child with a log in for ‘Times Table Rockstars’ If you wish for more information about this, please don’t hesitate to ask.