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Dosbarth Celyn - Year 2

Dear parents,

 

Welcome to Dosbarth Celyn. We have had a super first day at school today. All children looked very smart in their school uniform and they all behaved extremely well. Long may it continue!

 

Thank you parents and children and I look forward to working with you all this academic year.

 

Best wishes

 

Mrs Guy

This is us Dosbarth Celyn

This is us Dosbarth Celyn 1

Autumn Term 2018

 

Language, Literacy & Communication

Daily RWI sessions to develop reading and handwriting. 

Develop our range of writing styles through a range of topic based activities such as retell, recall, posters, lists and letters. 

Class stories e.g. Silly Billy, The Rainbow Fish, Lost and Found and other stories by Oliver Jeffers, Stick Man, The Owl who was afraid of the Dark. 

Reading individually and group reading tasks and peer reading sessions with year 5/6.

 

Mathematical Development

Counting number sequences to 10, 20, 100 and beyond including different starting points.

Partitioning 2 digit and 3 digit numbers and knowing the value of each digit.

Recall doubles up to 20.

Recognise and understand odd and even numbers up to 100.

Use 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables to solve problems.

1, 10 more and 1, 10 less.

Recognise money and pay and give change up to £1 and £2.

Compare daily temperatures using a thermometer.

 

Topic

Our main topic this half term is "All About Me" with a focus upon learning about our bodies. We will be learning about the functions of the different parts of the body, investigating our senses and identifying differences and similarities between ourselves and others. 

 

 

Physical Development

We have 2 PE sessions, one on Monday and one on Thursday. We follow the REAL PE scheme. PE kits are left at school and returned at the end of each half term. (White shorts and T shirts)

 

Learning Logs & Reading

Please encourage and support your child to complete their Learning Log by themselves. 

Please listen to your child read as often as possible, preferably every day.  Please read to  them too. Reading is an essential life skill and the more children read the more confident they become at fluency and accuracy.

 

Please ensure your child arrives by 8.50 am. If they are ill, please notify school as soon as possible. 

 

Thank you for your continued support and cooperation. I look forward to teaching your child this year and having lots of fun together in year 2.

 

Mrs Guy

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