Welcome to Year 2
Your teachers are:
Mrs Gill-Janjua - 2 Loris
Mrs Sandhu and Miss Lamba - 2 Yak
Mrs Patel - 2 Panda
Strike Days Home learning
Thursday 26th April 2023 & Tuesday 2nd May 2023
Complete at least 2 activities from the link below:
History KS1: The Great Fire of London - BBC Teach
Times Table Rock Stars
Complete knowledge organisers and Carousel Quizzes (available on your year group page)
Reading a book/chapter or listen to extracts from popular stories on the link below.
Please find some SATs information below. They will be taking place in Year 2 in a very relaxed manner during the month of May. The children are familiar with the assessments. We will be assessing their reading comprehension, arithmetic and mathematical reasoning.
Don't forget you can contact your class teacher at email@example.com
If you have a question or would like to share one or two of your learning activities with us or just to say hello! Please include your name and class in the subject line.
Please remember we do not line up in the mornings. Children get dropped off on the KS1 playground. Please make sure you come all the way round to the KS1 playground so that a member of staff can see your child/ren. Reminder: do not drop them off on the basketball court.
Once the children come in and wash their hands, they start an early morning activity.
Soft start is from 8:35am-8:50am
Registration starts at 8:50am
Reading books will be changed every Monday and Thursday. Children will be given a new yellow reading diary. When you have read with your child at home, please sign this diary. Reading books are also available online at Collins Big Cat - please read with your child every day and ensure their reading planner is in school every day so that KS1 staff may check the planner.
PE will be on Tuesday for all classes. Children should come in to school wearing their PE kit please. All jewellery to be removed on Tuesday for PE and long hair must be tied back.
Homework is set each Friday and is due back on the following Wednesday. In line with school policy each activity should take the following amount of time:-
Reading 10-15 minutes daily
Spelling 10 minutes weekly (tested the following Thursday)
English 20 minutes weekly
Maths 20 minutes weekly
If your child is struggling to complete their homework in this time, please speak to your class teacher. Over school holidays your child may be asked to complete a project linked to work which they have been doing in class.
Remember, your child should also spend some time everyday on:-
Numbots & TTRS
- Children must bring in a labelled water bottle every day
- Children must bring in uniform (e.g. jumpers) that are labelled. No name-no claim!
- Children must bring their planners in daily and try to read at home every evening
- All dinner money and school trips should now be paid through Parent Pay
- We do ask that on non-uniform days children still wear school shoes. No boots or strappy sandals
- Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied up
Computing: This is a very useful link with advice about screen time for young children (highlight and right click to open link): -
At Ryvers Primary School, we now have a new phonics scheme called Little Wandle Letters and Sounds
The resources on this page will help you support your child with saying their sounds and writing their letters. There are also some useful videos so you can see how they are taught at school and feel confident about supporting their reading at home.
Cracking Number Facts Information
Cracking Number Facts are tested on a Monday with a two-minute test. Results are given to the children and if a level is passed a certificate will be sent home by the end of the same week. Please note we do not send home completed sheets - see the note below for more information about Cracking Number Facts.
We do not expect the children to pass every week so please do not worry, just keep practising and encouraging your child to do their best.
Note: All children will start cracking number facts level from the beginning
LISTEN TO AUTHORS READ THEIR OWN BOOKS Just click on the book cover in the 'wbd digital library' pdf below, sit back, listen and enjoy the story 😀
ENGLISH READING & WRITING some super ideas to do at home
You might enjoy listening to some of these lovely stories.
Supporting reading at home