John Paul Class
Welcome to John Paul Class’ page. I am Miss Ridley and I am thrilled to be teaching year 2 this year!
In Year 2, we will be developing our Literacy skills through the use of many different exciting books which will inspire the children to write. The children will build on their Mathematical knowledge by taking part in many different problem solving opportunities that will aim to deepen their understanding of different Mathematical concepts.
PE will take place on a Tuesday and a Friday. Please ensure that all PE kits are clearly labelled to avoid lost items.
Homework will be given out on a Friday and will be collected in school on a Wednesday. This will include both a Maths and Literacy task. If you are unsure about any of the homework that has been set for your child, please do not hesitate to ask.
Spellings will be given out on a Monday and your child will be tested on a Friday. Please make sure you practise these at home!
Please read with your child every night and sign their reading record afterwards.
I am looking forward to an exciting year with year 2 and endeavour to inspire a love of learning within John Paul class!
Summer 1 Term Topics
In Numeracy this term we will be revising and building upon the skills that we have already learned in Mathematics. We will be deepening our understanding of problem solving and working on how to solve Mathematical word problems in preparation for the SATs.
In Literacy this term we will be studying ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’. We will be using this story to build up our vocabulary and using our imaginations to re-invent the storyline!
In PE this term we will be doing Athletics and will also by taking part in the daily mile!
In RE this term we will be learning about Pentecost and celebrating the ‘Good News’ that was spread by Jesus’ disciples.
In ICT this term we will be learning to use software to copy and paste images and create captions for a poster.
In Science this term we will be carrying out many different investigations, creating mixtures and turning solids into liquids!