Welcome back. I hope you all had an enjoyable and relaxing break. We have a very busy term ahead with our topic this term being ‘The Great Fire of London.’ Please see below for our Curriculum Newsletter, Curriculum Map and Termly Homework Menu.
As part of our Talk for Writing, we have now begun editing our story Cat, Bramble and Heron. As a class, we have changed the characters and the events within the story and are now looking at developing our use of description and sentence openers in order to improve the story even more.
Great Fire of London
We have begun learning about The Great Fire of London. We have created a display which is made up of statements about what we could see in the picture, what we thought was happening and what we wanted to know. We are now looking forward to finding all about this famous event in our future topic lessons.
Welcome to Year 2
We hope you have had a lovely summer and are looking forward to the exciting year ahead! We will be updating this page regularly to let you know what we have been learning and how we are demonstrating our 5 Reydon Learning Behaviours.
We have uploaded our new curriculum newsletter and curriculum map which will tell you all about what we will be learning this term.
If you have any questions or concerns, please remember we are always here and available most days after school.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs Robinson-Hobbs, Mrs English, Mrs Hutchinson and Mrs Wentworth.
As part of our homework last half term, we created warm ups for our PE lessons which we have really been enjoying doing. We particularly enjoyed Buzz's warm up which was written based on the 'Baby Shark' tune. Well done Buzz!
We have been working hard in Maths to learn our methods to help us to solve more complex calculations. We have put these methods on here so that if we do any work at home we can make sure that we use the correct method to solve the calculation we are given.
We have been really enjoying being more active in our lessons. We are already standing up many times during the day, for example when doing the register or when answering a question (no more hands up for us!). We have been taking our learning outside carrying out 'a leaf hunt' for our Art lesson and 'a nature walk' for our poetry work.