Our learning this week and next...
The children had a fantastic time finding out about the Titanic at the Sea City Museum On Tuesday. We hope that they came home and shared everything that they learnt and found interesting. Although it was a long day the children took part in different activities which sparked their curiosity and imagination.
The children have been practising hard for our Christmas performances next week. They are looking forward to showing you the results of that hard work and singing practise. If your child has a spoken part please can you help them perfect it over the weekend. Thank you for sending in their costumes, they'll look fabulous!
Even though Christmas is fast approaching we would ask you to continue to listen to your child read regularly at home. This is a vital part of your child's learning and will help them make real progress in all their learning. The Winter Reading Challenge will help with this and encourage your child to read for pleasure, sharing a book with someone can be a real joy.
Your child will be bringing home a spelling sheet at the end of this week. The highlighted words are those they can already spell and help you to focus on those they need to practise along side their weekly spellings.
If you have any concerns about your child at school or some questions that need answering, please don't hesitate to contact the class teacher by either writing a note in their green Home-School Communication book or by asking them at the class door at the end of the day or in the morning where they will be happy to make an appointment.
The Year 2 Team
Christmas, twenty, five, father, children, December
As you know we are currently working our way through the HeartSmart to help your child understand their emotions and how to manage them.
We have added a link below with an activity for you to do at home with your child. It involves making a paperchain family and coming up with words to describe family members. Please spend some time talking about this with your child.
The web link is :