Welcome to BEECH CLASS
Welcome to Beech Class information page. We have been busy settling into Year 2 and learning the routines and expectations. Please look at our topic overview to see what we are learning about this term. For parents this should already have been emailed to you.
In Beech class this year we have Mr Pell, Mrs Pendry, Miss Lazarus, Mr Harvey, Miss Pearce and Mabel.
We have had a fantastic start to Year 2 and love our classroom learning environment.
We hope to make lots of progress this year and get better at our number work and our reading and writing activities.
WE ARE ALL READY TO SHINE!
What we are learning about
Autumn Term 1 - Is a healthy diet all you need to thrive?
Autumn Term 2 - What is it like to live in Kenya?
Spring Term 1 - Will we ever get to Mars?
Spring Term 2 - Where would you build a home, somewhere metropolitan, urban or rural?
Summer Term 1 - Where would you build a home, somewhere metropolitan, urban or rural?
Summer Term 2 - Where will my coke bottle end up?
What we have been doing!
We have been busy learning about online safety and sharing our work safely using PurpleMash notice boards. 😀
We have been deepening our understanding of our story using a range of different media.
We are working very hard to earn our 100 ticks to receive a class reward of a pyjama day, with a party. We are VERY excited about this!
Our PE day is a Wednesday – Please remember the children are to come into school in their PE kits.
On the Year 2 Topic sheet there are also suggestions for things you can do at home with your child that will help to consolidate their in-class experiences. Each child has a book in which to complete these challenges. This can be brought into school at any time to share their hard work. Each challenge completed will earn them a raffle ticket or Avenue pound. Avenue pounds are what the children earn for fantastic effort, good listening or being the best they can be. Every half term the children get to spend these Avenue pounds in the Avenue shop. They collect their pounds in their drawers.