Hello and welcome back!!
We are really excited for the Spring Term and our new topic is As Cold as Ice. We will be learning about the Arctic and Antarctic and all the animals that live there. Take a look at all the learning that will take place this term!
On 27th September Year Two went to Sutton Coldfield to experience an electric train journey. They compared the similarities and differences between an electric train and a steam train and then stopped off at Sutton Park for a healthy, tasty salad. (A snack they had prepared themselves the day before.)
Year Two then got to visit Ted's Potatoes for a lovely lunch before riding the electric train once more to return to school. Here are some pictures!
Year Two thoroughly enjoyed the train journey through the countryside at the Severn Valley Railway and enjoyed what they could see and hear from the steam train. To their surprise, as they looked out of the windows, Year Two saw some amazing animals from the railway carriage including some HUGE rhinos! Take a look at some of our pictures.
Miss Rowaiye is the class teacher in Year Two and Miss Sheppard is our Teaching Assistant. We are supported by Miss Wood, our Hearing Resource Base teacher and Mrs Todd, our Hearing Resource Base Teaching Assistant. We are looking forward to building a working partnership between parents, carers, staff and pupils in order for the children to reach their full potential.
This term our theme is 'From a Railway Carriage' and we are excited to be learning about how railway travel has changed through the last few centuries. We will also be considering the impact this has had in our local area and investigating the upcoming changes to our railway system in relation to the new 'HS2' line, directly linking London, Birmingham, the East Midlands, Leeds and Manchester. On 13th September we hope to visit Severn Valley Railway to experience a steam train journey for ourselves!
Children will be given regular Numicon home learning to complete. There may be additional activities for your child to complete relating to calculation.
Spelling logs will be sent home daily. Please support your child to learn all of the spellings given each week.
Listen to your child read every night. Write in the Reading Record a comment when you have heard your child read.
Take away tasks will be sent home where appropriate.
ALL children are expected to complete their home learning. It is your responsibility to provide your child with a quiet place for them to do their home learning.
Our PE days are Monday and Friday.
Please ensure your child's kit and uniform are labelled with their name so we can return missing items as quickly as possible. If your child wears earrings, please remove them or cover them with tape to avoid any accidents during the lesson. Children are expected to wear black jogging bottoms or shorts and a white polo shirt. Please ensure your child has the correct footwear- black P.E. pumps.