Welcome to Year Two
Adults in Year Two
Class Teacher- Miss Dance
Teaching assistant - Miss Butler
28th March 2021
Hello Year Two,
I have missed all of you this week, I know you have been working hard at home. A huge thank you to all the mums and dads who sent me lovely get well soon messages. They all made me smile and the jokes (you know who you are!). made me laugh. Thank you all again, you are so kind.
Please remember to send me your videos by tomorrow lunchtime. If you have any questions then please email me firstname.lastname@example.org. I will try and reply within 24 hours.
Take care and stay safe.
Our Christian value this term is Forgiveness
Remote Learning- Monday, 29th March
Monday,29th March 2021
Maths- This week we will working on different activities linked to Spring. Please watch the video below where it will explain your tasks for the day.
10.15-10.30- Break, please have a snack and a movement break. Koo Koo Kanga Roo - Superheroes Unite (Dance-A-Long) - YouTube
- Have you used because or and in your sentences?
- That it make sense, read it to your cat/mum/dad to see if you could add anything else into it.
- Have you used all your sounds?
I would then like you to write up your message neatly onto the template in the resource section, I would like you to brig this back to school with you this week.
11.30-12.00- Guided Reading- Please see the folder below for phonic videos.
1.00-1.30- Miss Dance will try and zoom you today, a link will be sent out tomorrow morning if this will happen.
1.30-2.45- Topic- Please see folder below (DT)
Remote Learning- week beginning 29th March 2021
Please find attached some activities for this week to complete whilst you're at home.
There are also some fun maths Easter activities to do at home, in the folder below.
Remote Learning. Week beginning 29th March
Monday 22nd March
Thursday 25th March
Guided Reading/ Phonics
Our week in pictures
Eisteddfod semi finals – Friday 26th March.
Eisteddfod Final – Thursday 1st April.
Easter Holidays – Thursday 1st April – School closes to everyone at 1pm.
Inset Day – Monday 19th April
Inset Day – Tuesday 20th April
This year we will continue to run our annual Eisteddfod, performance poetry competition. Children should choose a poem to learn by heart and practice performing this, using a loud, clear voice, expression and with gestures and actions if possible. We have provided some suggested poems based on our Spring term topic which you can use, or you are free to choose your own poem of a similar length (or children may write their own poem!)
Class rounds will be held on 26th March, where all children will have the opportunity to perform their poem to the class. Winners will be selected and put forwards to the final which will be held on 1st April. If the COVID situation has not improved by then, we will use zoom for the finals.