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Wheatfield Drive, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, BS32 9DB

Wheatfield Primary School

Inspired to Achieve

Last update: 2022-11-01

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Year 2 class page 

 Our classes are

Class 2B and Class 2J

 Our teachers are Mrs Brown and Miss Johnstone. Our teaching assistants are Mrs Hodges, Mrs Foote and |Mrs Pearse. 

 

Our PE days are Tuesday and Thursday. Please send your child into school wearing their PE kit. This should include warm clothes, trainers and their house colour t-shirt. All items should be labelled.

 

Term 2 

 The Crow's Tale: Amazon.co.uk: Howarth, Naomi: 9781847806147: Books

English  

This term we will be using the text 'The Crow's Tale' by Naomi Howarth to support our writing. 

We will be focusing on: 

Capital letters and full stops

Adjectives 

Conjunctions

Question marks 

Independent writing  

Editing our writing to ensure it makes sense

Phase 5 common exception word spellings

Handwriting - most children will be encouraged to begin writing in a cursive script.

 

Spelling

This term we will be looking at alternative spellings. We will send home a termly overview of the spellings for this term. 

Term 2 Spellings

 

Reading

Please can you ensure your child has their reading book and reading record in school every day. 

 

Maths

This term we will be focusing on the following skills: 

Addition and subtraction within 20

Multiplication and division - by using arrays for multiplication and sharing for division.

2D and 3D shapes - recognising and knowing the properties of them.

Symmetry and pattern

Fractions - finding halves and quarters of a group of objects and a number.

Measure - length and weight

Position and direction

Term 2 wider curriculum 

Click in each logo to view the pupil organiser. 

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us 

Below are our emails. Please email us if there is something important that you would like to follow up with us:

 

hannah.johnstone@wheatfieldprimary.com

emily.brown@wheatfieldprimary.com

 

Important updates:

Thursday 3rd November - Road Safety Day

Tuesday 8th November  - School Photos

Monday 14th November - Odd Socks Day 

Week beginning Monday 14th November  - Anti Bullying Week  

Friday 18th November - Children in Need 

Friday 25th November-  INSET DAY

 

 

Meet the Teacher presentation

 

Autumn Newsletter

 

Home Learning

How you can help at home

Reading

We ask that you read with your child 5 times a week. This only needs to be a 10 minute session and you don’t have to finish a whole book every time. Please record any reads you have done with your child in their reading record as we will be continuing the reading bug challenge. Please note we will count a maximum of 7 reads a week.

Your child will have their reading book changed each week and will be given a book matched to their phonic level. We are encouraging the children to become fluent readers so please read the same book several times until your child is able to read it fluently without having to decode words. 

Your child will also have one library session each week where they are able to choose a library book. The children have free choice with their library books. 

Reading does not have to be limited to the books children bring home from school. It can include any books they have at home, reads with siblings or reading books from the local library.

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Maths

The children will be continuing with maths planets this year and will carry on from their end point in Year 1.  Please practise your child’s maths facts at least 3 times a week. If your child is stuck on a level for more than 4 weeks then we will intervene at school.

Learning Overview

To see example questions for each level please visit the maths curriculum section of our website.

 

Spelling

Your child should have the termly overview stuck in their homework books.

They will then be tested on these spellings each Friday. The tests will be stuck into their yellow homework books so you can see how they have got on.

The spellings will contain the new sound patterns that we will be learning in class and are a way of reinforcing these spelling rules. Please practise at least 3 times each week with your child.