Year 2 Newsletter

Spring Newsletter

Welcome back to the new term! We hope that you all had a great Christmas and feel rested and ready for the term ahead. Here is some information about this term:

This term’s book is ‘Lost and Found’. Please see the attached book overview for more information about what we will be learning this term.

Homework is an important activity that supports your child’s learning. Please help your child to complete one piece of homework per week which should be handed in every Friday. Please sit with your child whilst they are completing their homework to help them and to make sure they are forming both their letters and numbers in the correct way.

Reading books will be changed every Friday and a comment will be written in your child’s school planner. Library books will be changed every Thursday. The school planner is an important means of communication between school and home. Please ensure that reading books and planners are in school every day. It is very important that you read at home with your child as often as possible. Please record this in your child’s planner (this also counts towards homework points!). In addition, if your child reads aloud to someone and records this in their planner themselves, they will be awarded points.

The children will be doing P.E. on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. It is very important that children’s correct P.E kits are in school on those days. Children should wear a white t-shirt, black shorts and pumps (not trainers). Please make sure all their clothes and belongings have their names inside.

I hope that your child will enjoy a happy and successful Spring Term in Year 2 and wish them lots of luck! However if there is ever something that is bothering them or anything that you need to know please don’t hesitate to contact us or use the school planners as a way of communication and hopefully any queries can be cleared up quickly.

Thank you for your continued support,
Mrs Gaskell and Mrs Park

Year 2 Spring 1 Lost and Found        

 
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