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Hetts Lane Infant and Nursery School

Working Together To Be The Best We Can Be

Year 2

Welcome to Year 2

Working Together To Be The Best We Can Be

 

 

The Year 2 team would like to welcome you to our Year 2 page.

Here you will find lots of information about all of the fun things Class 4 and Class 5 will be learning.

We will also share some useful information so you can support your child at home. 

 

Meet the Teaching Team

 

Mrs. Crew, Mrs. Hays and Mr. Goodall are extremely excited to be the teachers in Year 2 this year

supported by Mrs. Priestley, Mrs. Groves, Miss. Chambers and C. Haywood. 

 

 

Spring Term 2023

During the first half term our learning journey will continue under the heading of 'Heroes and Heroines' with a particular focus on Traditional Tales linking to Art.  We will be also naming the countries of the UK and their respective capital cities in Geography.

 

The second half term will continue under the same heading of 'Heroes and Heroines' but with a focus on the coast developing our Geographical knowledge.  We will also be learning about Grace Darling in History using a range of resources including ICT to find out about her impact on the development of the modern day RNLI.  As the weather improves our Science learning will be to explore different habitats including the school garden and the ecosystems that are linked to them.

 

 Below is an overview of what we are learning for each half term so you can support your child at home.

You can click on the link below to download the document.

Autumn Term 2022

Our learning journey will continue under the heading of 'There's No Place Like Home' with a particular focus on History and clothing and washdays in the past.

We will be using computing to research washdays from the past and compare this to washing we know and use now. We will link this to science by comparing the materials and we will use a type of material to design and create a washbag.

 

 Below is an overview of what we are learning for each half term so you can support your child at home.

You can click on the link below to download the document.

Supporting Learning at Home

Autumn Term 2021

This term our learning journey will be called 'There's No Place Like Home' 

 

We can't wait to meet the new year two children and see how much they have grown over the summer! 

 

The first three weeks we will be making sure we build positive relationships with the children, ensuring they are happy, settled and excited to come to school each day. Remember your water bottle and bring your super smile. smiley

 

Below is an overview of what we are learning for the first half term so you can support your child at home. You can click on the link below to download the document. 

Click on the picture below to listen to the story. We have been

using this story as a focus for our narrative writing.

After you have listened to the story, think about the following questions to help you understand the story.

 

Which friend did Claire meet at the start of the story?

What did Claire say to Abigail about how she hurt her knee?

Which unusual character did Claire say she met after the snake?

Why do you think Claire was telling her friends very different tales about how she hurt her knee? 

How do you think Claire's friends felt after Claire told them how she hurt her knee?

How did Claire really hurt her knee?

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