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Belton Lane Primary School

Belton LanePrimary School

Year 2

                   Welcome to Year Two!

                 Owls and Kingfishers

 
         

 

Topics

Autumn term  It's great to be me!
Spring term Shiver Me Timbers!
Summer term Go Wild!

'Go Wild!'

This term has lots of exciting events taking place, including a trip to Woodside Wildlife park. The children will get a chance to meet animals that they would normally only see in the wild!

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We will continue to work hard on putting all the writing elements taught over the year into practise and challenging ourselves in Maths. Thank you to all the parents that have been encouraging their child to explore TT rock stars, we are starting to notice a huge improvement in their quick recall of times tables.

Now that we are in the summer term, children have become much more independent in their reading. We ask that parents still try to listen to their child read at least once a week to check their understanding.

 

 

P.E Days

Owls Monday and Wednesday
Kingfishers Monday and Friday

Please ensure that children have the correct P.E kit in school and that earrings are removed on these days. We will send PE kits home to be washed at the end of each half term.

 

Spellings and Homework

Spellings will be sent home once a week and tested the following week. It is very important that children continue to practise spellings on a regular basis to improve their spelling in their everyday writing. 

Reading is an essential part of your childs learning experience. We would like for the children to read at least three times a week. Your child will take home with them a reading band book and a library book.

If you do have any concerns or just want to have a chat, we are available at the end of the day for you to speak to.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all of your support over the year!

Miss Dickson and Mrs Lee

 

Here are some useful websites you can use at home to support your child with their learning