Class 2 2023 - 2024
Teaching Assistant Class 2
Cooking in school
Mrs Di Franco
Welcome to Class Two
Mrs Di Franco
Mrs Williams and Mrs Moore
Welcome to our Class 2 page! We had an amazing year last year and learnt so much. Our Year 2 children are now Year 3 and we welcome our new Year 2 children into our team. We work hard in Class 2 but do so with fun and creativity at the heart of everything we do. We are ready for a year full of lots of new experiences!
Our first topic this year is Rocks, Relics and Rumbles. Our learning will focus on geography throughout the term, where the children will have the opportunity to discover the Amalfi coast, examine the human and physical features of this area in Europe, and find out how it has changed. Nearby Mount Vesuvius will lead us into our learning all about mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes. The children will understand how these are formed and the impact they have.
In science, we will be learning all about different rocks, including igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. The will understand how they are formed over time. Have a look at the different features of the rocks you see around you!
In our art lessons, the children will use their knowledge of fossils to create 3D ammonite clay models. We will learn how to use modelling skills, such as form, pattern and texture.
Keep an eye on the Class 2 blog, as we will keep you updated with our learning.
Additionally, please ensure that you check Google Classroom regularly for any updates on learning or any messages from class.
Please find documents on this page relating to the curriculum which we ensure if fun and engaging to the children.
In Key Stage 1 we use Monster Phonics to support your child's reading development.
Our reading schemes are: Oxford Reading Tree, Lighthouse and Pearson
We are currently using 'Spelling Shed' for those in year two and three which enables them to learn spelling practise and practise at home on the computer or ipad. The link to this is https://play.edshed.com/login. (This will take you to an external website)
Always make sure you have an adult with you when you surf the Net.