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Welcome to Year 2

 

The Year 2 classes are called Poppies and Lilacs.

Poppies

In Poppies, our teacher is Mrs Moran and our teaching assistants are Miss Veli and Miss Dawkins.

Lilacs

In Lilacs, our teachers are Mrs Smith and Mr Bradshaw and our teaching assistant is Mrs Archbold.

Timetable

This is the Year 2 timetable for the Autumn term.

 

Class Codes

In Year 2 we try really hard to use the school RICHER values in all that we do.

 

Our school values are:

  • Resilience
  • Independence
  • Caring
  • Helpful
  • Equality
  • Respect. 

 

In our classes we have designed our own class charter with rules which we think are important.

 

We always use our RICHER values:

Respectful

Independent

Caring

Helpful

Equal

Resilient

Children who demonstrate good RICHER values are rewarded with dojos, special RICHER value stickers, and can even be chosen to be a RICHER value champion! 

 

The children have been learning about the characters who are based on the RICHER values.

Poetry

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This week we are exploring different types of poetry. Today we performed a range of different poetry. We focused on having a clear voice and using gestures.

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We explored alliteration.

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Autumn Term 1

 

This term we will be super scientists as we learn more about trees, plants and flowers. We will be trying to answer some of the following questions:

 

* How many deciduous trees can you spot?

* What is a deciduous tree?

* How many evergreen trees can you see?

* Can you match the leaves to the trees? 

* What does a plant need to grow?

* Will a plant grow without soil?

 

 

Autumn Term 2

 

This term we will be super scientists as we learn more about humans and animals. 

Lilacs' Fitness Video!

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Poppies Fitness Video

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More Videos

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Exercise is important.

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Remembrance Day

In order to acknowledge Remembrance Day, we created medals for a soldier, we wrote thank you letters, made a wreath using our handprints and completed a colour by numbers activity.

A Christmas Carol

 

On the run up to Christmas, it is a busy, fun and magical time of year. It's all gone a bit Christmassy here at River View! Here you will find out about everything we are learning linked to Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. This year we will be following Mr Scrooge’s journey as he is visited by the three ghosts of Christmas. We cannot wait to share our learning with you. 

We received a parcel containing the book and acted out some of the scenes.

A Puppet Christmas Carol

We had a great day going back in time to a Victorian classroom. We sang the National Anthem, recited a poem, played with some traditional Victorian toys, chanting some numbers, wrote on a slate, made a thumb pot out of clay and wrote our names using a feather quill and ink.

Virtual Christmas Carol Workshop

We had a fantastic workshop learning about characters in the story of 'A Christmas Carol.'

It was really useful to know what Ebenezer Scrooge was like when we wrote a character description of him in our English lesson.

A Character Description of Scrooge

Christmas Cards Victorian Style

Christmas Cards in Victorian Music Style

Busy Brains at Home
Have a go at some of these activities...

Stay Safe on the Internet 

All the fun of the fair!

What a fantastic day to visit the fair at River View! We all had such a lot of fun on the bouncy castles, carousels and even watching a magician. Have a look at our photos below to see the amazing activities we enjoyed...

Useful Home Learning Links

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers              Maths and English

https://garyhall.org.uk/gordons-numeracy-itps.html   Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize -Variety

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading  Books to read aloud

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