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Splendid Seasons

The last term of the year is gong to be a busy one full of events such as the Fathers' Day assembly and Sports Day, as well as lessons full to the brim with papier mache, sewing and music!

In English we will be working hard on descriptive writing as we do a study on the changing seasons. The focus, as always, is on punctuating carefully, with the Year 2s now ambitiously and indepdently using higher level punctuation such as exclamation and question marks. 

In Maths the Year 2 children will begin to transition into the Year 3 curriuclum while the Year 1s are finishing their studies of numbers of 100 as well as money, including how to make the same amount in a variety of ways. 

The Year 2s will still swim for the first week of term but then it will be the Year 1s turn - so don't forget your swimming kits!

Art Van Gogh
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Class expectations

Please make sure that your child's clothes are all named (including PE kits).

Please provide your child with a water bottle every day.

Please can we ask that children do not bring in toys, pencil cases or over-sized PE bags as we just do not have the space to keep them safe.

Please send your child's reading record (keep with the books in the wallet provided) to school every day.

Please remember to read with your child every day and record this in their reading record. Reading at home is essential to learning and accessing all that is on offer at school.

With your support at home, we are aiming to make your child;

- an independent learner

- a good listener using their eyes and ears

- responsible for changing their books, keeping the classroom tidy and looking after their PE kit/uniform

—If you or your child is unhappy with something in class/school please come and speak to us straight away. In this way we can support your child in the best way possible.

Thank you for your support.

Dino2

Spellings for the term:

TERM

WEEK

YEAR

RULE

SPELLINGS

6

1

1

High frequency words

 

was, what, do, get, if, you, there, me, just, help, they, out, down, now, Mrs, on, this, dad, came, called, she, have, big, oh, here

2

/ɜ:/ sound spelled ‘or’ after ‘w’

anchor, donor, motor, word, worse, artwork, error, razor, work, warship, author, homework, sailor, world, worst, doctor, mirror, visitor, worm, worth

2

1

High frequency words

 

is, went, when, about, off, for, be, it’s, got, asked, at, like, see, their, saw, his, some, looked, people, make, but, so, very, your, an

2

/ɔ:/ sound spelled ‘ar’ after ‘w’

award, towards, wardrobe, wart, dwarf, war, warm, reward, ward, warplane, swarm, warden, warship

3

1

High frequency words

 

water, bear, find, these, live, away, can’t, more, began, say, good, again, I’ll, boy, soon, want, cat, round, animals, night, over, long, tree, never, narrator

2

/Ʒ/ sound spelled ‘s’

collision, decision, television, version, vision, casual, leisure, measure, pleasure, treasure, unusual, usual

4

1

High frequency words

 

how, things, magic, next, small, did, new, shouted, first, car, man, after, us, work, couldn’t, going, wanted, other, lots, three, where, eat, food, need, head

2

Suffixes

enjoyment, merriment, merrily, argument, sadness, sadly, plainness, plainly, happiness, happily, careful, careless, playful, hopeful, hopeless, plentiful, penniless, badly

5

1

High frequency words

 

would, everyone, fox, that’s, king, or, our, through, baby, town, took, two, way, fish, I’ve, school, has,, been, gave, around, think, yes, stop, mouse, every

2

Possessive apostrophe for singular nouns

Megan’s, Tom’s, the girl’s, the child’s, he man’s

6

1

High frequency words

 

home, play, must, something, garden, who, take, red, bed, fast, didn’t, thought, door, may, only, ran, dog, right, still, many, know, well, sea, found, laughed

2

Words ending in -tion

action, direction, potion, option, station, addition, fiction, nation, question, education, attention, fraction, lotion, relation, caution, motion, operation, section

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