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Welcome to Year 2

Welcome to Year 2's class page! I hope you all had a lovely Summer Holiday! See our updated newsletter on all of the things we will be getting up to during the Autumn Term.

We have settled nicely into our new school year and we hope that the children enjoy the rest of their time in Year 2.

If you have any questions or concerns please come and speak to me at the end of the day or call the school office to arrange an appointment.

Miss Mitchell, Miss Essex & Mrs Brownbill :) 

Useful letters & documents

You can find termly newsletters and other useful documents here...

Please see our Spring newsletter for P.E days & general information.

Reading

Reading is a crucial way in which you can help your child at home. Please read with your child every night, even if it is only for 5 minutes! This will help with our special Year 2 Reading award (Radiant Reader of the Week!)

Homework/Reading

It is vital that children are completing their small Homework tasks that are set weekly. These are used as a consolidation of what we have learnt throughout the week. Please see below for reminders.

HOMEWORK - Every FRIDAY homework will be set and given out, please can all homework be handed in by the following WEDNESDAY. It would be greatly appreciated if adults could sign evaluation forms inside homework folders.

SPELLINGS - These will be sent home in green spelling journals every FRIDAY. Children are required to practise their spellings by using them in sentences. These books need to be returned to school for the following WEDNESDAY ready for their test.

READING DAYS -  Please see the reading days stuck into the cover of your child's reading diaries.

The Way, The Truth and the Life.

At St Clement's we follow 'The Way the Truth, The Life' scheme in RE. The children cover a different topic each term as shown below. Please see our newsletters at the bottom of the page for more information on each topic.

Autumn 1

Chosen People

This topic is designed to help the children appreciate that they are chosen and gifted by God to do him some definite service: to help others. It also develops the children’s knowledge of Abraham, Moses and Daniel and gives some understanding of their faith and trust in God.

Autumn 2

Mysteries

This topic is designed to develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of the term ‘mystery’ and of the Christian understanding of God as ‘Trinity’. The topic goes on to outline the story of Jesus’ birth and the role played by the Father and the Holy Spirit through the characters of Mary and Joseph.

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