Year 2 2022 - 2023
Welcome to Year Two
We hope you enjoy visiting our Year Two page which shows the wonderful learning that happens in our classroom. Click on the links below and take a look at the photographs to see what we've been up to. Please follow us on Twitter @CanonKeystage1 to receive updates and see what exciting things we get up to in school.
This half term our topic is:
Movers and Shakers
This project teaches children about historically significant people who have had a major impact on the world. They will learn to use timelines, stories and historical sources to find out about the people featured and use historical models to explore their significance.
PurpleMash: Children are set weekly tasks on PurpleMash in their '2Do' folder which they are encouraged to complete at home.
Home Learning Project: We ask children to choose to complete a home learning project linked to their curriculum project being studied. Home learning projects provide a fun and creative opportunity for children to practise and apply new skills, as well as express their knowledge in a topic area.
Reading book will be collected on a Wednesday and new books will be sent out on a Thursday.
Our PE day is Thursday - Children are to come to school in their correct school PE kit.
PhonicsPlay - Fun activities to support early reading skills. Phases 4 and 5 activities are appropriate for most Year 1 children, whilst some children would benefit from practising other phases carefully linked to their progress. Ask your child's class teacher if you would like some support/further information. Type in the following details username: march20 password: home
Oxford Owl - Free Ebook library - select any of the books in the appropriate age category.
Click the link and set up a free account with your own email address and password. Type in the offer code UKTWINKLHELPS.
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