Year 2 Class Page

Welcome to Year 2!
Getting to Know Year 2
 
Below, you will find a Powerpoint presentation that contains lots of useful information about Year 2. We have also put a video together that talks you through the slides. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. You will find our email addresses below. 

Hello and welcome to the year 2 web page; we hope that you find it useful.

This  page will include important information for your diary, information about the Year 2 curriculum and copies of any letters that are sent home. It will also include useful website links to help you support your child's learning at home. You will also find pictures celebrating our learning.

 

Elburton Primary School also has a twitter page which is updated regularly to show you the wonderful things that the children are up to in school! Please follow us for more updates @ElburtonSch.

 

 If you need to contact either of us, please see our contact details below.

 Miss Kenny & Mrs Hall

 

Mrs Lake

Year 2 Teacher

elake@elburton.plymouth.sch.uk

Miss Raechel Kenny

Year 2 Teacher

raechelkenny@elburton.plymouth.sch.uk

Mrs Chantelle Hall

Year 2 Teacher

chantellehall@elburton.plymouth.sch.uk

Meet the Year 2 support team
Calendar
 
Monday 19th April - Non Pupil Day
Tuesday 20th April - Start of new term 
Tuesday 27th April and Thursday 29th April - Parents Evenings (via TEAMS)
Friday 28th May - End of Half Term
Monday 31st May - Friday 4th June - Half Term
Monday 7th May - Start on new term
Tuesday 20th July - End of term
Wednesday 21st July - Start of Summer Holiday!
 
 
PE days
 
The PE/ Games timetable for both 2AC and 2EL are as follows:
 
Monday afternoon - Outdoor Games activities
 
Please can you ensure that your child wears the appropriate kit to school on a MONDAY only. Warmer tracksuits may be required in the winter months..
 
Thank you for your support.
Homework
 
Please see the Summer Term Homework Grid below. Children will be expected to read at home at least five times a week and to log on to Numbots to practice Maths fluency. They can also practise their spellings of common exception words using Spelling Shed, or the list below. School Jam is also available to practise different maths activities. Children have been given their login details for both websites. Please see links below which will take you directly to the sites. 
 
Click here for Spelling Shed
Useful Documents
 
Below is an electronic copy of some useful documents. If you cannot find the document that you need, please contact your child's class teacher. All of our letters are now emailed to parents/carers via the ParentPay platform.

Summer Term (first half) units

 

English – The Building Boy, narrative

 

Maths – Direction, fractions, volume and mass

 

Science - Plants

 

History – Our Local Heroes

 

PE – Real PE (co-ordination and agility cog)

 

ICT – Purple Mash

 

Jigsaw – Changing Me

 

Art - Sculpture

 

RE – Sacred Places?

Useful links and resources for parents and children

Top Marks Maths

A web page full of number games and activities

Maths Playground

This is a website full of math games that encourage logical thinking and reasoning. It is the perfect site to help your child develop their mathematical knowledge in a fun and interactive way.

Spelling Shed

This website enables your child to learn their spellings through a fun and interactive way. Their weekly spelling lists will be uploaded to the site each week.

NumBots

Your child has their own login to this game. The more they play and learn, the more points they will earn to build and improve their robot avatar.

 Letterjoin

You will need your log in for the website. This is a web site to help your child improve their joined handwriting and help them to master their letter formation. 

Oxford Owl

This is a free website that gives you access to free eBooks that you can share with your child at home.  

Pobble 365

This website gives you a different picture each day and provides you with some question prompts and ideas to help inspire and motivate children to write. 

 Explorify

 This website is free to use and has lots of different science activities that you can work through.