Butterflies

Butterflies class is one of our two Year 2 classes, where our children are in their final year of Key Stage 1. During year two, we aim to support the development of independence both academically and personally.  Children work hard in year two and they will become much more fluent in their reading and known facts related to number.  These are the building blocks for future learning and we value the support of parents to help develop fluency in reading and number bonds/ times tables facts.  We have high expectations of our children but we also have large amounts of fun along the way!
 
On this page you will find lots of useful information about what we are up to in class, as well as how children's learning can be supported at home, both from a parent's perspective, as well as how children can learn independently at home in their spare time.  We hope you find it useful.

                                              

  • Mrs Laura Davis

    Year 2 Teacher

  • Mrs Ayza Beharrell

    Teaching Assistant

  • Miss Natalie Turner

    L5 Sports Coach

 Termly  topic:  PE this half term:  Important dates:
‘Castles’

We will be learning about the Norman Invasion and Medieval castles.

 
Net and Wall Games Skills
 
Dance: Fire of London
 
Our PE Days are Monday and Friday. 
Please come into school wearing suitable PE kit according to our school prospectus on these days.
 
19/03 Mufti-day for Comic Relief: dress as a hero!
 
 
 
Welcome back after another lockdown.  Hopefully, this one will be the last. Our topic  is  castles - The Norman Invasion. There will be a focus on history with links to all the other subjects in particular Design & Technology, Science and English. In addition to this, given the unusual circumstances this year, for the Spring term, we will be continuing to plan a long term and effective approach to support the children in moving forwards both academically but prioritising their emotional wellbeing and mental health and target the needs of our children   We recognise that the past several months may have disrupted and affected many lives, and some more than others.  In response to the needs of our community, we have written and developed a bespoke and robust programme to support our children. This will be in place from when your child returns to school and the impact will be reviewed on a regular basis. Please also take a look at our well-being section of our website.

 

Below is a selection of the work we have been completing in class:
Below you can download our latest spellings and weekly homework as well as supporting documents as scaffolds:
The links below include another way we share our learning with the world via our class blog.  We also use core interactive and exciting programmes to support our learning, which can be logged into at home using the children's provided usernames and passwords.