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Welcome to class 5. 

 

Our teacher is Mrs Pitfield and our classroom  assistants are  Mr Drummond.

 

 To see what your children will be learning about this term look at the ‘curriculum pages’ on this website for curriculum overviews in all subjects. If you require any further information please see the class teacher.

Information for parents of new Y2 children. We use the National Assessments alongside Teacher Assessments to assess your child at the end of Y2.

DATES TO REMEMBER!

 

Wednesday 5th July  - Sports Day at JMU

Friday 7th July - trip to World Museum

Please send in permission slips as soon as possible. 

We're also asking for 4.50 for each trip to pay for the travel costs. The school is covering the cost of the trip itself.  

 

Thursday 7th July - Parents Evening We will also take some appointments Wednesday 6th July to spread it out a bit. Please see Mrs Pitfield for a time. 

Monday 17th July - Y2 parents meeting in hall - transition from KS1 to KS2. Details will be sent out next week. 

Tuesday 8th July - KS1 WATER PARTY!!!! Details will be sent out next week. 

 

Y2 CHATTERBOOKS

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What fun we had this morning with our parents making moving pictures!
A HUGE thank you to all parents who could make it. We hope you had fun! (Some enjoyed it more than the children!!)

PERFORMACE POETRY! 

We have been enjoying the poem 'Aliens Stole My Underpants'. we created actions and learnt it off by heart. Then we wrote our own poems about aliens stealing something from us! 

We learnt them by heart & filmed it. 

Have a look at some here. 

 

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A massive WELL DONE to the KS1 winners of 'best costume' on World Book Day! They received a certificate, medal and book as a prize from Taffy Thomas.

A massive WELL DONE to the KS1 winners of 'best costume' on World Book Day! They received a certificate, medal and book as a prize from Taffy Thomas.  1

Story telling in KS1 with Taffy Thomas, the world famous story teller! To find out more about him visit his website here: http://www.taffythomas.co.uk/

We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!

We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!  1
We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!  2
We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!  3
We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!  4
We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!  5
We have had lots of fun learning about Jackson Pollock and recreating some of his work. It was very messy, which we loved the most!  6

Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.

Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.  1
Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.  2
Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.  3
Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.  4
Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.  5
Learning about the life cycle of a butterfly! We used pasta shapes to re-create a life cycle. It was lots of fun.  6

mailImportant things to remember in Class 5: 

  • Children are expected to read at home with an adult at least 4 times a week. All children have a 'Superstar Reader' diary that we ask parents to sign every time your child reads. 
  • Friday is P.E. day. Children need their full P.E. kits in every Friday. We have some spare kits if children forget but not enough to lend to many children. We recommend that their kit comes in at the start of every half term and stays in school until the next holiday. 
  • Spellings are given out each Friday and written into children's spelling diaries to prctise at home. They have a spelling test every Friday afternoon. 
  • Homework is also given out every Friday and to be brought back into school by the following Wednesday. 
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