Welcome to Year 2 with
Mrs Arrowsmith and Mrs Bridge!
Mrs Arrowsmith will set maths homework to be completed online using MyMaths. Each pupil has any individual log in and they will find the weekly homework task set on a Wednesday. There are lots of exciting games and activities to explore too.
REMEMBER: Mrs Arrowsmith is running computer club for KS1 every Tuesday throughout term 6.
Every child is welcome to come!
Spelling homework is given out every Monday by Mrs Bridge. The spellings are tested the following Monday.
In class 2 we are learning to join our handwriting. Weekly handwriting homework is given on a Monday.
Please complete handwriting homework using a pencil. Thank you for your continued support.
Term 6 Come and See topic is 'Treasures'. Please bring into school something you treasure, a precious gift to share with the rest of the class. It could be a photo of special people, a special place, a memorable artefact, etc.
We look forward to hearing about your treasures.
Below is a link to a Bitly bundle I have created with links to websites that will be useful for this term's topics.
Class 2 led the 'Crowning of Mary' celebrations for the whole school and our parents. We took our flowers to the statue of Mary in the grounds of our parish church where Fr. Cosmas joined our celebrations.
Thank you to everyone in the school who brought in flowers.
We had a Fire Safety visit from the Avon Fire and Rescue team. We found out about the different roles the fire and rescue service is responsible for, the rules of escape if there is a fire and the stop, drop and roll technique should our clothes catch fire. We learnt a lot of very important information.
Remember the Fire and Rescue team are happy to visit your home and carry out a fire safety check.
Look for the leaflet in your reading folder.
On Saturday 6th March, the children in Class 2 took part in 30th anniversary of STAGES dance festival.
The event gives large numbers of school pupils the chance to show their love of music at the city’s premier performance venue Colston Hall. The Stages dance festival is an annual event that involves hundreds of children of all ages from Bristol schools and dance groups.
Our children performed a dance inspired by Finding Nemo and Mrs Bridge and Mrs Arrowsmith were extremely proud of their confident performance. A wonderful experience!