Welcome to Year Two's Class Page

Teacher: Miss Tahzib
Teaching Assistants: Debbie and Karen 

Please find Year 2's Maths Methods Handbook here

Year 2 during our harvest assembly

Our book corner
Thought for the moment:

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For the summer term we are learning about pirates and reading the story the Pirate Cruncher.

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For Spring term we were reading the story 'Beegu'. 

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Last term in English we read the story Naughty Bus. We found out about his different adventures around our school. 

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Year 2 is a very important year.
We are going to work hard in order to achieve our full potential.

Miss Tahzib believes that the most important thing we can do is try our best!

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For the summer term we are learning about animals including humans. 
We had a great visit at Surrey Docks Farm where we learnt about animals and their babies. 

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For Spring term we were learning about living things and their habitats.

Last term in science we learnt about everyday materials. We investigated the different properties of everyday materials.

Useful notices

  • Children should come in dressed in their PE kits on Thursday.
  • Reading records and your reading book must be in school each day. Books are changed Tuesday and Friday. 
  • Homework is handed out every Wednesday and must be returned on Monday.
  • Spelling tests will take place each Wednesday.
  • Services in Key Stage 1 take place at 9:40 am each Tuesday morning. Check the weekly newsletter to find out when Year 2 will be leading the worship during service.
  • Swimming is on Thursday afternoons.

We are learning all about Islam for the summer term. 

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For the Spring term we were learning about Lent and Easter. We visited Southwark Cathedral. 

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Last term in RE we learnt about Joseph.

Teacher's Top Tips

Tip One: Read as often as you can. Talk about what you've read with your parent or loved one and discuss what you think might happen next, the meaning of new words and how you can relate to the story. Don't just read your school reading book but read books from home or the library, newspapers, non-fiction books and poems. 

Tip Two: Find time to count in jumps of 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10. Count forwards and backwards from any number to build fluency with this.

Tip Three: Complete your homework and hand it in on time. This shows you are dedicated to your learning and you want to succeed.