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Welcome to Year 2!

Welcome to our Year 2 page. Here you will find important information about our Class routines, curriculum and general information. We will also keep you updated about the amazing activities we have been getting up to at school. Please scroll down to keep up to date with our class blog.

Our Year 2 staff:

Mrs Michelle Wright – Teacher

Miss Demi Allen – Teaching Assistant

Week beginning 1st June. 20 (School Closed)

Hello Year 2!

I hope you’ve all had a lovely week off in the sunshine!! Hasn’t the weather been glorious?!

I wonder if you could all comment on our purplemash class blog and tell me what you’ve been up to for the last week. I’ve been doing lots of walking in places like Northumberlandia, Plessey Woods, Castle Eden Dene, Watergate Park etc. I’ve really enjoyed being able to get outside and stay active whilst still staying safe.

We are now in June, which means we are technically only 7 weeks away from the end of the school year! I was trying to keep our next topic to myself incase we returned to school because I know you’ll all enjoy it but as year 2 are not set to return just yet, I think now is the time to share it. Our final topic of this year is all about PIRATES and the SEASIDE!!!

I will continue to set tasks on our blog each week and can’t wait to see the outcomes you produce. Here are some activities for the week ahead:

Maths:

Well done to everybody who managed to complete the money related tasks I set a couple of weeks ago. As I previously stated, money is something which will play a major part in your lives forever, so it is important that we know how to use and count it.

This week, I would like you to continue to practice using money. Please go on to the bbc bitesize home learning page and follow the step to step guidance on money. This topic was covered in April so please look at these learning tools before completing the activities on purplemash.

Once you have done this, I have once again set some activities on purple mash:

  • Shop- Multi drag game
  • Money up to £1
  • Calculating change from £1 (Remember there are 100 pennies in £1, so to find change, you are just using the skill of subtraction- think about where you might need to exchange).

You could maybe think about money at home and set up a shop to practice using money!

Please continue to access timestable rockstars or numbots everyday (even if it is just for 5-10minutes). I know I write this every week but it really will make a difference to your confidence and learning in maths!

English:

Reading:

Please ensure that you are all reading a little bit each day! It is really important to continue this skill to ensure you are becoming more fluent readers who can show a good understanding of what you have read.

There is another resources for reading books online which I’ve found. It has hundreds of books for you to read at home! If you type ‘Collins Connect’ into google and click on teacher’s portal, you can access this website for free. The login details are:

Username: parents@harpercollins.co.uk

Password: Parents20!

You could also listen to some audio chapter books online and talk about them with your adults. I know how much you all love story time every day at school so I’m sure you’ll love doing this activity!

David Walliams has recorded some of his own books and I know many of you will find them HILARIOUS! You can listen to these on:

www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevnses

Writing:

Well done to everyone who is still accessing and completing the grammar games that I have been setting on purplemash!

This week, I have set you some more games:

  • Making lists- which is all about using commas correctly.
  • Lily’s dog- which focusses on apostrophes.

These games focus on punctuation marks- remember that we were trying to use capital letters, full stops, commas, apostrophes, question marks and exclamations marks in our writing more regularly!

I’d also like to say a huge well done to Paige. B for a fantastic persuasive letter about deforestation!! Here it is for you all to see!

This week, I would like you to write your own persuasive letter about something you feel strongly about. It could be about whether you think year 2 should return to school or not, or it could be persuading you adults to buy you a new toy. You can decide. I will again, set a writing frame as a 2do on purplemash and you can develop the skills you used last week to persuade somebody about an interest of your own. I can’t wait to read your letters!

Topic

As I stated earlier, this is our last topic in year 2 and it is all about pirates and the seaside!!! Super exciting!!

I’m sure many of you have been to the seaside either this week or in the past, so I’d like you to think carefully about what you remember from your visits.

Use your senses to help you describe what the seaside is like and describe it on the purplemash activity that I have set for you!

You could also use this description to create a picture of the seaside– maybe if you visit the seaside, you could use real sand and seaweed within it?

If you have some spare time, why not learn a song about the seaside?!

This is one of my favourites!! It reminds me of visiting my grandparents in Blackpool when I was a little girl! We spent lots of time at the seaside!

I hope you all have a fantastic week and I can’t wait to see your learning outcomes!

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team 💕

xx

Week beginning 18th May. 20 (School Closed)

Hello again Year 2!

I’m sure you’ve all heard that it’s not time for our class to come back to school just yet. Not to worry though! It just means you can spend some more precious time making memories with your families. I can guarantee you’ll never forget the time that you had so long off school and you’ll be talking about it for years to come!

I can see how hard you’re working at home and I love seeing all of your photos and comments on our class blog. I love how you are all chatting to each other and leaving kind comments on your friend’s posts, this really makes me proud! Hearing from you all at this very strange time, really cheers up my days at home!

Here are some activities for the week ahead:

Maths:

I must say, I was so impressed by your fractions work last week! I can’t believe how much you’re all remembering from our learning and I love how you’re even trying to do more at home. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Fractions are super important skills that you will use throughout your whole time in school and everyday life so it is integral that you practice these strategies regularly!

This week, I would like you to continue to use some of these skills in the context of money. As you know, we use money every day and as you are becoming older, you will be given more responsibility with it! Therefore, we will need to think about many things including:

  • Which coins and notes exist
  • Comparing money amounts.
  • Adding money

Please go on to the bbc bitesize home learning page and follow the step to step guidance on money. This topic was covered on the 27th, 28th and 29th April so please look at these learning tools before completing the activities on purplemash.

Once you have done this, I have once again set some activities on purple mash:

  • Money- coins pair game
  • Money up to £1 (if this is too tricky try using your tens and ones to add the amounts together or you could go onto the easier version of this game if you need to)
  • Shop- Multi drag game

You could maybe think about money at home and set up a shop to practice using money!

Please continue to access timestable rockstars or numbots everyday (even if it is just for 5-10minutes)

English:

Reading:

I hope some of you managed to access the topmarks website I recommended last week to ensure you are understanding the texts you are reading!

The other website I recommended was:

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/revision/engindex.html

If you click on the reading exercise section at the bottom of this page, it takes you to a reading comprehension activity:

It is really important at this stage of your learning that you understand the text you have read and can answer questions about it.

Writing:

Well done to all of the children who managed to access our grammar games on purplemash again, I can see that you are improving each time you play!

This week, I have set you some more games:

  • Making phrases interesting
  • Toy Shelf

Well done to the children who also managed to complete a non-chronological leaflet. I loved learning new facts about the T-Rex dinosaur and all of the different varieties of L.O.L dolls from Thomas and Paige. B.

This week, I would like us to delve deeper in to our rainforest topic a little bit more. As most of you know, we need plants to survive as they provide us with oxygen. However, lots of trees are being cut down for other uses. I have provided some information for some of the reasons and effects of deforestation and I’d like you to decide whether you think deforestation should continue or not and write a persuasive letter to help the world wildlife foundation decide.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUstYj4o2VQ – Here is a short animated video to show what deforestation looks like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DLRMu_3Gug – Here is a link to a story about one of the animals affected by deforestation.

I have set you 2do on purplemash with a letter template but you can adapt it as you see fit. I can’t wait to read your persuasive letters!

Topic- continued!!

As not many of us managed to complete this task last week, I have extended it for another week.

Remember, the idea was for you to create a factfile about an animal in the rainforest.

One of the families in our class has directed my attention to a super useful link! The Chester Zoo have a live feed to look at their animals and on Friday, it was all based on endangered animals!!

I’ve put the link below so you can all take a look!

https://www.youtube.com/post/UgwWqrF7i0V5fqiiByh4AaABCQ

I would love you to create your own factfile at home and send a picture of it to me via our class blog. This way, I can look at your sentences structure, handwriting and creative outcomes. I can’t wait to see the factfiles and learn more about your chosen animals!!

Remember to ‘hand it in’ on purplemash or I won’t see it as a completed piece of work!

I hope you all have a fantastic week and I can’t wait to see your learning outcomes!

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team 💕

xx

Week beginning 11th May. 20 (School Closed)

Good afternoon Year 2!

I hope you have all had a brilliant week and have been enjoying the beautiful sunshine that we’ve had. It was lovely to hear that some of you managed to get involved with the VE day celebrations on Friday! I saw lots of bunting in my street and I could smell sizzling sausages on barbecues from my garden!

Well done to everybody who managed to complete the activities I set on purplemash last week, you created some super, funky beats on the music tasks! I hope you all managed to go on to Dr. Renwick’s youtube page too! I’m super impressed with the learning that is taking place and I’m over the moon to hear that some of you are still accessing daily phonics, reading regularly and playing on numbots/timestable rockstar daily. This makes me so proud and I know you’ll be ready to start learning again as soon as we get back to school!

Here are some activities for the week ahead:

Maths:

I hope you all managed with the multiplication and division activities last week, I could see from purplemash that lots of you remembered these strategies well and could even compare some related facts! This week, I would like us to continue with this learning but use division within fractions. Remember, a fraction is just a whole shared in to equal parts- just like division!! E.g.

  • A half= Is something whole, shared in to 2 equal parts.
  • A third= Is something whole, shared in to 3 equal parts.
  • A quarters= Is something whole, shared in to 4 equal parts.

We can use this knowledge and arrays to work out fractions easily.

If you need more clarification on this, please go on to the white rose maths hub website (your teachers use this lots in school so you will be used to the format) and this gives step by step guidance on learning. Fractions were covered in Weeks 1 and 2 of home learning so this may be useful to look at before completing the activities on purplemash.

Once you have done this, I have once again set some activities on purple mash:

  • Fractions: Halves and Quarters
  • Fractions: Equivalence
  • Fraction wall- game

You could maybe think about when you use fractions at home- I use them lots in the kitchen!

Please continue to access timestable rockstars or numbots everyday (even if it is just for 5-10minutes). Remember that it is the garage setting which has the timestables that we have been working on in school. Also, please let me know if you’re finding it too tricky because I can reduce the timetables you are given if I need to.

English:

Reading:

I was super impressed to hear that some of your adults are helping you to access the oxford owl e-books at home and those of you who are reading daily, are still continuing to make good progress.  

Here are some more interactive reources to help with your reading and listening skills:

If you access the topmarks website, there are lots of games and you can select which level you’d like to complete based on the age ranges at the top of the page.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/learning-to-read

There are also lots of games for any level on:

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/literacy/

Writing:

Well done to all of the children who managed to access our grammar games on purplemash. You are definitely getting better at these!

I hope you are all remembering to do some physical writing too. It is important that you still hold a pencil and write each day to ensure that you are practicing your cursive writing and sentence structure. It is crazy how easily you forget to hold a pencil correctly when you don’t practice the skill regularly!!

This week, I would like to continue with our non-chronological report style leaflets. I’d also like to say a huge well done to Paige.B and Millie for some fantastic, informative rainforest leaflets! Please take a look at our blog for some ideas from the girls!

This week, I have left a blank leaflet format as a 2do on purplemash. I would like you to use the skills from last week to write an information leaflet about something of your choice. It could simply be all about you, or it could be something related to a specific topic you are interested in e.g. dinosaurs, music, gymnastics, horses, football, lockdown etc.

Think carefully about what you could write for your subheadings and paragraphs. For example, if I was to write about myself, I could write about my:

  • Appearance (what I look like)
  • Family (who is in my family)
  • Diet (what I like to or don’t like to eat)
  • Habitat (where I live)
  • Interests (what I like to do)

I can’t wait to see what you write about!

Remember to save your work so I can see it!

Topic

This week, for our topic lesson, I would like you to, again, do a little bit of your own research and write a factfile about an animal in the rainforest. You could find information online or watch a video to learn about it. There are some example of factfiles on purplemash if you type ‘Endangered Animal Factfiles’ into the search bar. However, for this week’s topic outcome, I would love you to create your own factfile at home and send a picture of it to me via our class blog. This way, I can look at your sentences structure, handwriting and creative outcomes. I can’t wait to see the factfiles and learn more about your chosen animals!!

After this, I would also like you to create a little bit of art to go alongside your factfile. I will let you choose how to present it, whether it is a sketch, collage, painting etc because I know it will depend on the resources that you have at home.

Class Blog:

It has been so nice to hear from you on our class blog and I have loved seeing the pictures you’ve uploaed of all of the activities you are doing at home! This is a great way to communicate with myself and your friends! I hope you keep using it regularly!

I hope you all have a brilliant week and I can’t wait to see your learning outcomes!

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team 💕

xx

Week beginning 4th May. 20 (School Closed)

Hello again Year 2!

Can you believe that we are now in the month of May? Another week has gone by without seeing your smiling faces. I hope you all know that I miss you lots and I hope we can get back to school as soon as possible. I hope you are all staying safe and working when you can- remember to try and work on little activities regularly throughout the day!

Well done to those of you who managed to get on to purplemash last week and complete the activities that I had set for you. I am trying to include a few games to refresh your memories, as well as some learning to challenge you!

Before I explain which activities I would like you to complete this week. I have a useful website for you to access at home:

  • Oak National Academy– This is a website which offers a range of lessons and online resources for children to access. The online classroom offers free access to video lessons, quizzes and worksheets.

This week, I would also like to complete this work:

Maths:

Please continue to keep counting on a daily basis- I linked some activities and websites to help you with this on my previous blogs so please refer to them if you need to.

Over the last two weeks, we have thought carefully about counting, addition and subtraction.

Moving forward from this, I would like to recap on your multiplication and division skills.

Remember that:

  • When we multiply we use the x symbol which means groups of e.g. 3 x 4 = 3 groups of 4.
  • When we divide we use the / symbol which means shared into e.g. 15 / 3 = 15 is shared into 3 groups.

I have once again set some activities on purple mash:

  • Relating x to +
  • Multiplication Expressions.
  • Arrays- division facts

I can see that not many of you are accessing timestable rockstars or numbots! 🙁

Please ensure you are accessing timestable rockstars and numbots daily– this will make your recall and fluency much better and you will be able to use these facts throughout your whole time in school! It is super important that you are beginning to recall these facts rapidly!

English:

Reading:

I hope you’ve all continued to access the Read Write Inc daily phonics sessions online and are still keeping up with your phonics learning! These sessions will help you to work through the set 1, 2 and 3 sounds!! You can also access the teachyoumonstertoread website which has some brilliant games to help you practice your reading skills.

I know you all like to move through the reading levels at school, so why not access the same reading books at home through the oxford owl e-books? Remember to read the same book 3 times: once for decoding, once for fluency and then again so your adults can ask you questions and ensure you’ve understood what you’ve read.

Writing:

Well done to all of the children who managed to access some of the grammar games at home on purplemash. These quick games will help you to keep your brains active and recap the knowledge we have gained in school.

Oliver. F, Amelia, Millie, Oliver. G, Paige. B, Bryce and Thomas smashed the nouns and adverbs game that I set last week and Ella has been working brilliantly on her activities too! Seeing you all working so hard has made me smile!!

I have been so impressed with your instructions work over the last two weeks and it was brilliant to see the progress you made from week 1 to week 2.

Paige. B, Millie and Thomas showed fantastic improvements in their instruction writing and it was lovely to read about some of their interests.

This week, I would like to move on from instructions because you have shown me that you can write them well using time adverbs and imperative verbs. This week, I would like us to think about the topic we were working on before school was closed. Our topic was all about the jungle and rainforests. It has been brilliant seeing some of you thinking about this topic at home already- Millie and Thomas have been planting seeds and creating animal pictures already!

This week, I would like us to work on an information text all about the rain forest. This task will require you to do some research because as you know, information texts are very factual. You could go on to youtube and watch some videos about the rainforest to gather information.

After you have gathered some information about the rainforest, I have set a 2do on purplemash which asks you to create an information leaflet. On this leaflet, you could write paragraphs using subheading. These paragraphs may include:

  • Where might you find a rainforest?
  • What is the weather like in the rainforest?
  • Plants in the rainforest
  • Animals in the rainforest
  • Layers of the rainforest

I can’t wait to learn all about the rainforest!!

Music:

I thought, for your topic lessons this week, you should have some fun!! We all know that I love to sing and dance (albeit badly haha) because it always puts me in a great mood. So this week, I have something exciting to share with you.

Do you remember Dr Renwick, who comes in to school and does some exciting music lessons with us? Well, we are super lucky, because he has sent us a link to his interactive youtube channel and we can join in with his music sessions.

Here’s the link to the full playlist  –  if you want to be organised about viewing them, scroll down to video #1, as there is an intended learning sequence.
https://www.youtube.com/mfsde

I have set some quick activities on purplemash for you to create some of your own beats! I can’t wait to hear them!

Class Blog

I have really enjoyed chatting to some of you on our blog and have loved seeing pictures of the learning you are doing at home. Please keep logging on to purplemash and using our blog as a way to communicate with not only myself but your friends too!

I hope you have a brilliant week and I can’t wait to see your learning outcomes!

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team 💕

xx

Week beginning 27th April.20 (School Closed)

Hello again Year 2!

Another week has passed, can you believe it? I hope you’ve all managed to enjoy this beautiful weather that we’ve been having. Well done to the children who managed to access some of the activities I set on Purplemash for you last week! I have some lovely new recipes to try at home from Paige, Millie, Bryce and Oliver. G – thank you very much! I also saw some brilliant English, Maths and Topic work from these children, as well as Thomas, Amelia and Ella! I hope everybody else managed to do some learning at home too!

Daily:

I thought this week, I would set a few guidelines to some things I would like you to be doing daily, these activities will probably only take 5-10 minutes so aren’t onerous but are really really important.

Counting– In last week’s blog, I suggested some counting that I’d like you to do, it is important that you are doing this every day as it will make your fluency skills better! Therefore, when calculations start to get trickier, you will already have these facts embedded in your brain.  If you found this tricky last week, you could begin with using a numberline/ruler or your fingers to help you. If you found this too easy, you could move on to multiplication and division facts for your 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10 times tables. You could make this more fun by counting as you pass a ball back and forwards to your adult!

Useful websites: Numbots, purplemash, whiterosemaths, topmarks, sumdog

Reading– It is super important that you read every single day (even if it’s only a page or two). As I’ve told you before, reading helps us with many things such as writing, grammar, spelling, speaking, understanding mathematical problems, all topic lessons etc. therefore it needs to be practiced continously! I have previously posted the Read Write Inc website which offers the same books that we have in school for free. You just need to sign up to an account and you can select a book from your colour to read at home. If you haven’t got access to this on a computer, you could use a tablet or phone. Or you can just read anything that interests you, it could be your own books, or even instructions on a food product to help you adults in the kitchen. Maybe you could read to a sibling at bedtime?

Useful websites: youtube (type in Ruth Miskin and there is a daily phonics lesson which you could do at home), oxford owl (for book, www.teachyourmonstertoread.com

Writing– In order to become better writers, you need to practice the skill every day (a bit like reading), so I would like you to write a few sentences each day to explain what you have done. I would like you to really thing about the skills we need to remember for each sentence:

  • Capital letters at the start of each sentence and for names.
  • Full stops at the end of each sentence.
  • Clear finger spaces between each word.
  • Leading rising up strokes for each letter, joining them if you can.
  • Think carefully about every sound in a word.
  • Reread your sentence to ensure it makes sense.

e.g. I woke up. Then I went downstairs and watched the television. After I had some jam on toast for breakfast.

If you can confidently include all of these aspects in your writing, challenge yourself to include:

  • Adjectives (a word which describes a noun e.g. sticky jam)
  • Adverbs (a word which describes a verb e.g. quietly, quickly, slowly, excitedly)
  • Conjunctions (such as: and, but, because, or, that, when, if)
  • Different types of punctuation- an exclamation mark, a question mark, an apostrophe

e.g. Restlessly, I shuffled out of my cosy, warm bed and slowly stretched my aching body. Did my mum really have to wake me up this early knowing I didn’t have to go to school today? I slumped down the stairs and watched the television quietly until I had woken up a bit. After, I went in to the kitchen because my mum shouted to tell me that breakfast was ready.  When I sat at the table, my mum put a plate in front of me, with two slices of strawberry jam on toast. I ate it all, it was really sticky but also delicious!

Useful wesbites: topmarks, sentenceplay.co.uk, turtlediary.com

As I said above, these are all 5-10 minute jobs which I expect could be done on a daily basis and will really help you when you come back to school!

Maths:

To continue on from our counting last week, I would like you to use this knowledge to do some addition and subtraction activities this week. I will set some jobs on purplemash for you to complete or your adults could give you some addition and subtraction questions to answer. Remember the strategies that we thought about in school. You may even be able to use your numberbond knowledge to help you answer part of the questions in your head e.g. 2+4 = 6, therefore 20 + 40 = 60

Addition- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_smXQAPbygQ

Subtraction- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkQhlXQjGT0

Well done to Paige.B, Millie and Thomas who are all now on to Iron level on Numbots! J

Well done to Millie and Rosie who are now at the ‘Wannabe’ stage on TimesTable Rockstars! J

English:

Writing:

Thank you for your fantastic recipes last week! They were brilliant and you all remembered to include imperative verbs!

This week, I would like you to use the same format as last week but write instructions about something you are interest in. It could be how to ride a horse, or how to do a handstand, or how to build a lego house, or how to make your bed in the morning- it is totally up to you. Just like we do in school, I would like you to practice the skills from last week’s job and add to them ensuring you are improving your writing. Think about the success criteria I have included above for writing to help you.

I have put an example of some instructions on our class blog for you to refer to!

Also, please remember to save your work so I can see it!

Topic:

Geography:

To continue with our Geography learning from last week. I would like you to think a little bit about physical (natural) and human (madmade) features of a place. Read through this powerpoint to gain a better understanding of what this means.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-tp-896-ks1-physical-and-human-geography-glossary-powerpoint

After you have done this, I have set you a quiz on purplemash- the Physical Features Quiz.

I wonder if you could go on a walk or look out of your window and list the physical and human features that you can see. You could even draw a map of your local area and label it with physical and human features!

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Class Blog

Remember you can also comment on the Year 2 Blog on Purplemash for a chat with me or your friends! I have loved hearing from some of you this week!

To access the blog, you need to:

Log into Purple Mash on a phone/tablet/laptop.

Click on the green ‘sharing’ icon on the top left of the webpage.

Then click on the ‘Shared Blogs’ tab and you should see the file entitled ‘Year 2 Blog’.

Once on you should be able to see the posts that myself and other children in our class have already posted. You may read them and talk to each other.

To add your own message or pictures you click on the big green + sign on the top right of the webpage.

I hope you have all enjoyed the sunshine this weekend and are still staying safe at home!

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team 💕

xx

Week beginning 20th April.20 (School Closed)

Hello Year 2!

I hope you’ve all had a lovely Easter break, I hope you’ve all managed to get in to the garden and have some fun while the weather’s been good.

As we have officially finished our Easter break. Here are some more ideas to keep your brains working over the next week or so:

Maths:

As we’ve now had 4 weeks away from school, I would really like you to concentrate on making those numbers more fluent. Here are some ideas to work on with your adults to ensure your number knowledge is brilliant:

  • Count forwards and backwards from any number e.g. 56, 57, ___, ___ or 89, 88, ___, ___
  • Add one more or one less to a given number e.g. one more than 43 or one less than 12.
  • See if you can add and subtract single numbers mentally e.g. 63 + 5= __ or 83 – 2= __.
  • Double and half numbers mentally e.g. double 13 or half 22.
  • Try the same but counting in 10s e.g. 54, 64, ___, ___ or 87, 77, ___, ___

Challenge: If you’re finding this too easy try doing the same thing counting in 2s, 3s or 5s.

The aim at this time of year is that the children should be doing these calculations mentally (without using fingers or a pen and paper). It has been proven that counting like this daily, will allow them to become much more fluent in all of their number work. You can also continue this work by accessing numbots and times table rockstars daily!

Well done to Millie, who I can see has been working hard on these apps and is becoming much faster!

English:

Reading:

I hope you’ve all managed to access the Read Write Inc daily phonics sessions online and are still keeping up with your phonics learning! I also hope you’re managing to do lots of reading as we know how important this is!

You can now register with Read Write Inc on the Oxford Owl website and they have access to free e-learning books which link up to the colours we use in school. This will ensure that you continue to make rapid progress in your reading!

Writing:

We all know that the more you write, the better you get so I’d love you to do some writing for me!

If you log in to purple mash, I have set a 2do project for you to complete. You all know that I’m not the best cook/ baker, so I’d love you to write some instructions to help me to make some nice food. You can either use the ideas on the purple mash website or you can think of one of your own. You could even try the recipe at home first and add some photos so I can see each step!

Remember to save your work so I can see it!

Topic:

Geography:

On purple mash, I’ve set a 2do to see if you can remember how to read a map. Have a little listen to our learning song about continents and oceans.

Then go on to your alerts on purple mash and see if you can label them. I wonder if you could tell your adults some facts about the equator and how that’s links to whether the continent is hot or cold. You could even do some research and think about where the rainforests are in conjunction to the equator and compare it to where the polar regions are.

Topic:

Art/ DT:

If you haven’t already, why not decorate an egg? I know lots of you would have missed our egg decorating competition, which we usually hold in school, but this is a great opportunity for you and your family to work together to create some interesting characters and ideas. Here is mine (of course it’s Disney related):

Class Blog

I have been trying to think of safe ways for us all to stay in touch. If you are able to log into Purple Mash I have created a blog in which you can write short messages to me and your friends. If you go to the green ‘sharing’ icon on the top left of the webpage then click on the ‘Shared Blogs’ tab you should see the file entitled ‘Year 2 Blog’. Each of you should then be able to go on and add messages that you would like me and your friends to see. You can do this by pressing the big green + sign on the top right of the webpage. I will check the blog every day to see any messages or work that you have posted!

I can’t wait to see all of your hard work so please remember to save it! I am missing you all so much and can’t wait for us to get back to school!

Can I also just say a huge thank you to your wonderful parents who are managing to care for you, as well as educate you while the schools are closed. Please remember that your adults are working really hard to keep your brains busy and remember to give them a cuddle and say thank you! Maybe you could try to do something nice for them this week?

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team! 💕

p.s. I hope you liked our message on the homepage!

Xx

Week beginning 23rd March.20 (School Closed)


Hello year 2! 

We hope you, your families and your friends are all well! 

It seems so strange not seeing your smiling faces every morning but we’re hoping that you are all being just as delightful and hard working for you parents and carers at home as you are in school! We’re sure you are all loving spending so much quality time together and are making special memories. Remember, learning doesn’t always have to be done by completing worksheets- you can learn new skills such as cooking, sewing, playing games, answering riddles etc. You could also take some pictures or make a scrapbook so you can share it with us all when we get back! 

We know learning at home can be tricky but we hope you are all trying really hard and listening to your adults as they are the ones who can support you best! We hope you are all managing with your working packs and are using online games and resources as often as you can. Remember to keep those brains working, you need to use and apply them to challenging activities as regularly as you can! 

Some extra activities we’ve come across while we’ve been off are:

-Daily Read Write Inc sessions on YouTube- these would be super useful for every one of you to tune in to and will ensure that your phonics learning is ongoing!!! 

-David Walliams is releasing a free audio book everyday to listen to. You can access these through his website

-Joe Wicks is releasing a PE session on YouTube daily or you could access cosmic yoga sessions on YouTube if you prefer- but remember to keep active! 

-Carol Vorderman has released some maths resources and activities on her website to support the continued learning. 

www.themathsfactor.com

-Remember to log on to Numbots and Timestable Rockstars as often as you can to become more fluent with your number bonds and times table facts! 

Please keep yourselves nice and safe! We can’t wait to see you all when we get back to school! We miss you all lots and lots! 

Love from,

Mrs Wright, Miss Demi and all of the Burnside team! 💕

Week beginning 9th March.20

English

In English this week, we have continued to read ‘Monkey Puzzle’. We changed the main character to our own animals which we created as puppets in Design and Technology. Using this, we decided to write the story as a recount. We changed the person from 3rd to 1st and tracked the character’s feelings throughout the text. We then rewrote the story as a diary entry.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to focus on measure, with a focus on capacity/ volume and temperature. The children are getting better at identifying the units of measure which would be appropriate to use. They have also worked well on problem solving within this concept. The children are becoming much more fluent with addition and subtraction.

Topic

In Topic lessons this week, we have designed and made hand puppets. We researched different kinds of puppets and looked at how they had been joined. We then used this to design our own. After this, we practiced sewing, weaving and plaiting. We used these skills to attach our animal hand puppets. We then evaluated the products and we are planning to use them as part of a puppet show linked to our English stories.

We also had the opportunity to take part in an Infant’s Agility session this week. We had lots of fun doing a variety of activities.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Ellis for using some fantastic emotive language in his writing this week.

Maths Award: Rosie for some fantastic maths work this week!
Head Teacher Award: Bryce for making much more effort in his work this week.
Golden Table Awards: Rosie and Millie

Reminders

It is parent’s evening on Monday and Tuesday next week. Please see me if you need to book an appointment.

Week beginning 2nd March.20

English

In English this week, we have continued to read ‘Monkey Puzzle’. After reading the story, we described the animals in the jungle using expanded noun phrases. We then applied all of our learning in to our writing. We planned the story, thinking about the sequence and detail we would need to include. We then retold the story in our own words.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to learn about measure. We have moved on to weight/ mass. We thought about how we would measure weight and did some of our own measuring using grams and kilograms. We also looked carefully about how to read scales which count up in different integers.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have started to focus on plants. We linked this back to our knowledge of animals and living things. We thought about where plants might grow and what they might need to survive.

We also celebrated world book day this week!! We had a great day looking at stories and reading with our friends across the school!

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Oliver. G for writing a brilliant story this week!

Maths Award: Archie for listening well in maths this week!

Head Teacher Award: Amelia for working so well independently this week!
Golden Table Awards: Archie and Logan

Reminders

We have a sports afternoon on Monday so children can come to school dressed in their PE kits.

Week beginning 24th February 20

English

In English this week, we have started to read our new text, ‘Monkey Puzzle’. We have described the characters in the story using adjectives. We have also thought about the setting and the other animals. We have used verbs to describe how the animals might move and the sounds they might make.  

Maths

In Maths this week, we have started our measure block with length and height. We have thought about how tall or short something is and compared heights and lengths. We have also used millimetres, centimetres and metres to measure items in our classroom.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have had a focus on mental health and wellbeing. Within this week, we have learned how to think about ourselves positively. We have been active in our PE lessons and carried out some cosmic yoga. We have connected with each other and took notice of our strength by writing each other certificates and making each other positivity biscuits.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Ha for writing some super sentences this week.

Maths Award: Ellis for working so well with length this week.
Head Teacher Award: Oliver. G for trying his best and making a real effort with his work this week.
Golden Table Awards: Ella and Jacob

Reminders

It is work book week next week!! The book fair will be in the computer room for parents to access with their children before and after school. We will also be celebrating by dressing up as our favourite characters on Thursday!!

Week beginning 10th February.20

English

In English this week, we have planned and wrote our own stories. We thought about some new characters and described them. We also decided on a setting and thought about what it looked like. After this, we thought about what the character was going to do as a build-up, what problem them might face and how to overcome it. We then wrote our own stories from the plan.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to work on fractions. We thought about how to work out quarters, two quarters and three quarters. We looked at finding these fractions within shapes and quantities. We then investigated the conjecture that ‘a half and 2 quarters are always the same’. We found that this statement was true and found evidence to support it.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have continued to learn about animals including humans. We have focussed on humans. We looked at what food humans eat and sorted food in to the 5 main food groups. We then thought about how humans need to exercise and what effect exercise has on our bodies. We finally thought about human hygiene and ways to get rid of germs.

We also celebrated internet safety by thinking about rules to stay safe online. We went on to purplemash and completed an internet safety quiz.

Reminders

Please remember that children can access times table rockstars at home over the holidays.

Week beginning 3rd February.20

English

In English this week, we have started to read our new text “The Snowflake Mistake”. We read the story and described the winter weather types that Princess Ellie might see. We thought about what these weather types looked like and how they moved. We also thought about how we could make the weather using everyday objects and wrote instructions to help Ellie after she broke her snowflake machine.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have started to learn about fractions. Within this learning we thought about fractions as sharing something in to equal parts. We looked carefully at identifying and finding a half, a third and a quarter of shapes and quantities.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have continued to learn about animals including humans. We thought about how animals adapt to their habitats and how plants and animals depend on each other.

During topic this week, we also celebrated the Chinese New Year by looking at their traditions. As part of Chinese new year, we used our senses to describe and taste Chinese foods.  

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Keelin for always presenting his work so beautifully.

Maths Award: Amelia for listening well during learning time which has allowed her to access her fractions work independently.
Head Teacher Award: Rosie for always being so kind to others and being a lovely friend!
Golden Table Awards: Kai and Thomas

Reminders

Please remember that it is our PE day on a Friday, therefore children will need their PE kit for this day.

Week beginning 27th January.20

English

In English this week, we have continued to read “Geronimo”. We have thought about how to write instructions to help Geronimo to fly. We looked at features of instructions and how we could sue these to write our own. We created a list of things which Geronimo might need using adjectives and used imperative verbs to explain how to get ready.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have focussed on 3D shapes. Within this, we thought about what 3D shapes were and we discussed their properties. The children then used the knowledge of to create and sort the shapes.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have continued to learn about animals including humans. We have thought about what animals might eat and created food chains based on this. We looked at what were producers, consumers, prey and predators.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Ellis for trying hard to include interesting adjectives in his work this week.

Maths Award: Cassie for working so well with shape this week.
Head Teacher Award: Ella for always having beautiful manners!
Golden Table Awards: Kai and Bryce

Reminders

Please remember that it is Number Day on Friday and year 2’s activities start in the school hall at 2:00pm.

Week beginning 20th January.20

English

In English this week, we have continued to read “Geronimo”. We wrote our own stories of Geronimo to put in our reading area, which were brilliant. We then transformed our writing in to a diary entry using emotive language and the first person.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have focussed on 2D shapes. Within this, we thought about what 2D shapes were and we discussed their properties. The children then used the knowledge of to draw and sort the shapes.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have continued to learn about animals including humans. We have thought about animals habitats and why animals might live there. We also thought about microhabitats and we went on a microhabitat hunt in school!

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Logan for making a real effort with his story writing this week!

Maths Award: Bryce for working so well with shape this week.
Head Teacher Award: Thomas for always trying his best!
Golden Table Awards: Oskar and Keelin

Reminders

Please remember that it is our PE day on a Friday, therefore children will need their PE kit for this day.

Week beginning 13th January.20

English

In English this week, we have started to read our new text “Geronimo”. We have described the character and setting using expanded noun phrases and figurative language. We have also used past tense verbs and adverbs to describe Geronimo’s actions.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have started to learn about statistics. Within this, the children created and interpreted tally charts, pictograms and block diagrams. The children then transferred this data using computers to create their own bar charts on purple mash. The children also answered questions based on this.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have continued to learn about animals including humans. We thought about how animals change over time and sequenced the human life cycle. We also thought about what living things need in order to survive.

Certificates and Awards:

English Award: Kai for trying so hard to improve his writing.

Maths Award: Darcy for working really well with statistics this week.

Head Teacher Award: Paige. B for always being a superstar and trying hard in everything she does!

Golden Table Awards: Rosie and Paige. L

Reminders Please remember that it is our PE day on a Friday, therefore children will need their PE kit for this day.

Week beginning 6th January 20

English

In English this week, we have started to think about our new topic, ‘Polar Pitstop’. We watched videos and looked at practical objects from the Polar Regions. We used our senses to describe what we might be able to see, smell, hear and feel if we were there. We then wrote a letter to Paddington, telling him what to expect on his next adventure to the arctic!

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to look at multiplication and division. We looked at the vocabulary we might see in problems and what the words mean. We also thought about inverse to help us work our problems with missing numbers.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have started to think about living things and how we know if something is alive. We also thought about how humans and animals change as they grow.

In art, we thought about different ways to make patterns, including using stamping, rolling, printing and rubbing. We created our own stamps using sponges.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Ngan-Ha for writing CVC word using her sounds.

Maths Award: Jacob for using his arrays so well for multiplication and division.
Head Teacher Award: Oliver. F for always trying his best in every lesson.
Golden Table Awards: Paige. B and Cassie.

Reminders

Please remind all children to bring their books to school every day.

Week beginning 2nd December 2019

English

In English this week, we have started to look at examples of non-chronological reports and identify their features. We found examples of non-fiction texts in our library and thought about the differences between non-fiction and fiction.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have started to look at multiplication and division. We thought about multiplication as groups of amounts and division as sharing amounts. We used this knowledge to draw arrays to help us find the answer to problems.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been practising our Christmas performance of ‘I’m Gonna Shine’. We are getting much better at reading our lines and our singing is coming on wonderfully. We cannot wait to share it with our adults.

We also we designed our Christmas jars to sell at the Christmas Fair. We then decorated them with our adults. Thank you to all of the adults that took part in our crafts morning!

During this week, we also had the opportunity to go to the pantomime at South Shields Custom House to watch Snow White. We had a brilliant time!

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Kai for trying his best to improve his handwriting.

Maths Award: Ellis for always reading and interpreting questions carefully.
Head Teacher Award: Archie for listening well during learning time this week.
Golden Table Awards: Paige. B and Paige. L

Reminders

Our Christmas performance is on Wednesday at 10am and 2pm. Please buy tickets at the school office if you would like to see your child perform.

Week beginning 25th November 2019

English

In English this week, we have finished reading the story of ‘Paddington at St. Paul’s’. From this, we watched a tour of St Paul’s Cathedral and wrote descriptive sentences about what Paddington might have seen while he was there. We also used comparative and superlative adjectives to make our sentences even better!!

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been working on multiplication. We thought about multiplication as ‘groups of’ amounts. We also looked at how multiplication can be represented as repeated addition. Towards the end of the week, we started to draw arrays to answer multiplication questions ourselves.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been creating some art. We first look at mixing paints together to make new colours. We then started to add black and white to colours to make tints and shades. Finally, we used this knowledge to create some lovely ‘Great Fire of London’ artwork.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Cassie for taking her time to think about her handwriting and spelling this week.

Maths Award: Rosie for thinking carefully about how to answer problems in maths this week.
Head Teacher Award: Millie for super reading at home and at school.
Golden Table Awards: Bryce and Cassie.

Reminders

Please help the children to practise and read aloud their narration lines for our Christmas production.

Week beginning 18th November 2019

English

In English this week, we started to read a new text called ‘Paddington at St. Paul’s.’ We thought about what London would be like if we were there. We used expanded noun phrases to write descriptive sentences about our capital city.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to look at money. We thought about counting money to make a total. We then practiced giving change with our addition and subtraction knowledge.   

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have started to learn about ‘The Great Fire of London.’ We read the story of the event and then used artefacts to put the event on a timeline. We created our own timeline to show what happened at the time.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Ella for using colourful semantics so well this week.

Maths Award: Ava-Mai for working well with positional language this week.
Head Teacher Award: Logan for always being so helpful.
Golden Table Awards: Millie and Paige.B

Reminders

Please remind all children to bring their books to school every day!

Week beginning 11th November 2019

English

In English this week, we have continued to read the story of Paddington. We sequenced the story and used past tense verbs to describe what was happening. We then wrote the full story using everything we have learned over the last few weeks. The children did brilliantly with this activity!

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to look at money. We thought about what we could use to make the same amount and compared them. We also recapped on finding the total of amounts and the difference using addition and subtraction.  

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have started to think about the terms ‘past’ and ‘present’. Within this, we have look at how London has changed over the last 400 years and why these changes have occurred. We have looked at streets, lighting, transport and jobs. The children loved learning about what life was like in the past.

We have had an eventful week in our wider curriculum this week. We started the week with remembrance day and created a poppy wreath as a class.

We also celebrated antibullying week this week with our odd socks day on Tuesday.

Later in the week, we had a special visit for Pudsey Bear!! We learned about what children in need is and the importance of it.

We also had the opportunity to take part in a ‘Hoopstarz’ workshop where we leanred how to hula-hoop. We really enjoyed this activity!!

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Oliver.G for making a real effort with his spelling this week.

Maths Award: Oliver.F for always tackling reasoning problems with resilience.
Head Teacher Award: Keelin for working well independently this week.
Golden Table Awards: Ava and Ella

Reminders

Please remind all children to bring their books to school everyday.

Week beginning 4th November 2019

English

In English this week, we started to look at a new text. Our new story is all about a little bear called ‘Paddington’. This week we have used adjectives to describe the character. We then moved on to inference and prediction to decide what the character’s personality was like.

Maths

In Maths this week, we started to look at money. At the start of the week, we identified different coins and notes. We then moved on to counting pound and counting pence. The children managed this well using their knowledge of partitioning and addition.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been learning about ‘the gunpowder plot’. We sorted items from the past and present and thought about their uses. We then moved on to reading and retelling the story. After this, we looked at what happened after the event and created wanted posters for Thomas Percy. Finally, we created some artwork linked to this learning.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Paige. L for thinking carefully about the sounds she needs for each word.

Maths Award: Thomas for working hard to add money this week!
Head Teacher Award: Jacob for always trying his very best!
Golden Table Awards: Archie and Keelin.

Reminders

Please remember that we are wearing odd socks on Tuesday for anti-bullying week.

Week beginning 21st October 2019

English

In English this week, we transformed our story writing to a diary entry. We thought about using time adverbs to move the diary forward, we used first person to talk about ourselves and we used past tense verbs correctly.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have started to think about directions. We looked at moving forwards, backwards, left and right. We followed directions in the hall using a grid then applied this knowledge to our activity in our books.  

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we visited Newcastle Castle and wrote a recount about the day. We used our English knowledge of recounts and included time adverbs and adjectives.

Reminders

Please remember that we are back to school on Monday 4th November.

Week beginning 14th October 2019

English

In English this week, we have retold the story of Zog. At the beginning of the week, we acted out the story to ensure we knew it well. We then sequenced the story and used verbs and adverbs to describe the dragon’s actions.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have continued to focus on addition and subtraction. We thought about subtraction and addition using exchanging. We then moved on to inverse addition and subtraction calculations.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have continued to think about materials in Science. We took a vote to decide which materials would be the best for a castle. Our class decided that wood, brick or plastic would be the best materials. We carried out an investigation where we built a wall from these materials and threw a cannon at them to see which one would stay standing the longest.

We also had a workshop from ICECATS this week, which showed us how to be safe in case of an emergency.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Amelia for always taking care to ensure her work is presented neatly.

Maths Award: Oliver. G for working well with inverse addition and subtraction this week!
Head Teacher Award: Ava-Mai for some super number work this week!
Golden Table Awards: Jacob and Ellis.

Reminders

Please remember that we are going on our castle visit on Tuesday, the children need to wear uniform for this visit.

Week beginning 7th October 2019

English

In English this week, we have started a new text called ‘Zog’ by Julia Donaldson. In this story, we meet a dragon who is trying his best in dragon school but faces some problems. We have used inference to think about the character’s actions and what they could mean.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been focusing on addition and subtraction. The children have used their prior knowledge of place value to add and subtract numbers to 100. They have managed this really well!

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been thinking about materials in Science. We have thought about everyday materials and their properties. We have also thought about why materials are chosen for specific objects. Later in the week, we investigated how some everyday objects can be changed using stretching, twisting, bending and squashing.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Millie for some super inference this week.
Maths Award: Logan for some brilliant addition and subtraction!
Head Teacher Award: Bryce for having a great attitude to learning this week.
Golden Table Awards: Amelia and Paige.L

Reminders

Please remember to return your child’s castle trip letter as soon as possible.

Week beginning 30th September 2019

English

In English this week, we have thought about our visit to Broom House Farm. We decided to write a recount to tell others about the fun we had. At the start of the week, we sequenced our visit using our knowledge of time adverbs. We also looked carefully at past tense verbs and how to use them correctly.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been looking at numbers. We have thought about our number bonds knowledge and how this can relate to number bonds to 100 e.g 3 + 7 = 10 therefore 30 + 70 = 100. We then moved on to adding numbers with single digits.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been thinking about clay. The children designed a dragon’s eye. They then created the dragon’s eye using clay and clay tools. The children painted their finished product and evaluated the outcome. They looked amazing!!

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Oliver. F for writing some super descriptive sentences about the farm.
Maths Award: Kai for working well with related facts in maths.
Head Teacher Award: Ellis for always listening and contributing to class discussions.
Golden Table Awards: Thomas and Oliver. G

Reminders

Please remember to return your child’s reading book every day!

Week beginning 23rd September 2019

English

In English this week, we have thought about writing our own story based on the changed we made last week. We wrote sentences using time adverbs to move our story forward and acted it out to ensure that we knew the sequence. We then wrote on own versions of the story.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been looking at numbers. At the start of the week, we used our place value knowledge to compare numbers. We then moved on to deciding whether a number was odd or even. By the end of the week, we moved on to our number bonds within 10 and 20.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been thinking about our choices. In PSHE, we have looked at good and bad choices and thought about how to make these. We then thought about changing a negative viewpoint in to a positive. We discussed how we could use these in everyday situations e.g. a challenging lesson, learning to ride a bike etc.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Thomas for having such a positive and resilient attitude towards his writing this week!
Maths Award: Archie for always listening carefully and trying his best to tackle problems in maths.
Head Teacher Award: Ngan Ha for settling in to Burnside so well!
Golden Table Awards: Darcy and Rosie

Reminders

Please remember that children should have their earrings removed before their PE lesson on a Friday.

Week beginning 16th September 2019

English

In English this week, we have continued to look at the story of ‘The Three Little Pigs’. We have used our knowledge of this story and changed it to make it relevant to our current topic of castles. We have changed the characters and thought about what might happen, following the traditional sequence.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been looking at place value. We have been thinking about how many tens and ones are in each number and how these can be partitioned differently to make the same amount.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have been thinking about the different jobs that may have been seen inside a castle. We have identified the people who might have lived there and thought about their lifestyles compared to our own.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Jacob for trying hard to write in full sentences this week.
Maths Award: Keelin for working well with number bonds this week!
Head Teacher Award: Darcy for always trying her best!
Golden Table Awards: Thomas and Logan

Reminders

Please remember that we will be visiting the farm on Tuesday therefore children will need to wear suitable clothing and footwear.

Week beginning 9th September 2019

English

In English this week, we have been reading the story of ‘The Three Little Pigs’. We have tried to use our knowledge of this familiar story and add detail to it. We have looked at the characters and thought about which adjectives we could use to describe them.

Maths

In Maths this week, we have started to look at counting. We started the week with recalling our numbers to 100. We then thought about counting up in 1s, 2s and 5s. We used our fingers to help us as we locked one number in our brains and counted on.

Topic

This week in topic lessons, we have started to think about our new topic of ‘Once upon a castle’. Within these sessions, we have looked at the history of castles and how they have changed over time. We have also identified castles across the United Kingdom and thought about how they have been built.

Certificates and Awards:
English Award: Rosie writing some brilliant descriptive sentences this week.
Maths Award: Paige. B for working hard on her counting skills this week.
Head Teacher Award: Cassie for always trying her best and contributing to class discussions.
Golden Table Awards: Kai and Oliver. F

Reminders

Please ensure you are regularly reading with your child and that they bring their reading record in to school everyday!

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