Year 2 is taught by Mr Dale and teaching and learning is supported by Mrs Van Russelt.
This term will see us explore our local village of Wybunbury, as well as taking a look at all things farming...it's certainly going to be an exciting few weeks!
During the term, we will become clay artists, scientists, learn about the fantastic history of farming and much more. As always, if you would like to know more about what you will be learning this term, then please take a look at our Holistic Plan.
I can\t wait to get started and I'm really looking forward to the term ahead!
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Homework will be set each Friday. We will attempt to complete a 'School Jam' tasks each week for Maths. This will always be on a topic we have worked on in class to strengthen children's understanding.
Just like every year, Year 2 is an important year for reading. Please read your Phonics banded book each night to an adult and record all reading in your reading diaries every week. In the classroom, there is a Year 2 Reading Challenge basket. Inside, there are fantastic reads which will transport you to different worlds and take you on gripping adventures. Once you have read a book, complete your book review at You can view the 50 books here...
Our PE lessons this term will take place on a Thursday afternoon and will be taught by Mrs Jenkins. Children are asked to come into school in their PE kits on the day that it is being taught. If there is a change to the day that PE will be taught that week, you will receive an email to notify you. Children's PE kits should consist of a Wybunbury Delves blue PE top or plain white t-shirt with no logos or prints, black shorts, white or black trainers, black tracksuit / joggers (essential for PE during winter months) and a Wybunbury Delves black PE hoodie. We will also be continuing with the Daily Mile so please ensure you have trainers in school to change into.
Getting In Touch
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