Key Learning Year 2

Below you will find links to some useful documents that will inform you of the things your child will be learning during their time in Year 2.

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Topic Information

For the half term Autumn 1 our topic is

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF….

Please click on the link below to see a topic web of the type of activities we will be covering.

Our topic for the half term Spring 1 is

Fantastic Festivals

Please click on the link below to see a topic web of the type of activities we will be covering.

Festival Topic Web Spring 2016


Holly Class 2016-17

We are a Year 2 class of 29 children. Our Class teachers are Mrs Taylor and Mrs O’Donnell. Mrs Taylor teaches us Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Mrs O’Donnell teaches us Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday. Our teaching assistants are Mrs Hewitt, Mrs Yeh and Kyle also helps out on a Monday morning.

Click on this link if you would like to view our class timetable.

timetable-autumn-2016

Healthy Eating

Zumba Day

The children have returned to school, following their Christmas break, full of energy and ready to learn!
Please see the topic web we have added, for information detailing what your child will be learning this half term.
They are getting very excited about their trip on Thursday 9th February and are busy practising for the Singing Festival (details to follow soon).


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