Welcome to Anning Class
Our Class teacher is Miss Hyatt and our Learning Support Assistant is Mrs O'Shea
This term our learning journey in History is Titanic, Hot and Cold in Geography, Uses of everyday materials in Science, structures in Design and Technology and drawing in Art.
During our class novel time we will be reading a range of exciting new chapter books and the children will have the opportunity to vote for their class novels, which will be shared as a whole class.
Please ensure zippy wallets come into school with the children every day.
- Monday - Spelling Test
- Wednesday - PE Day. Please remember to come to school in your PE Kit including jogging bottoms.
- Wednesday - Spellings set and homework set
In year 2 we don’t have a specific day for show and tell, however if the children receive something they are very proud of or have something that is linked to our learning they are very welcome to bring this into school and we will share as a class.
A normal day in our class
8.40am - 9.00am
Early morning target time and response to marking
9.00am - 9:10am
9.10am - 9.40am
|Spelling, punctuation and grammer (SPaG) or Phonics|
Whole class teaching of English/Maths
10.30am - 10:45am
10.45 am -11.50am
Whole class teaching of English/Maths/RE
|11:50am - 12:00pm||Lunchtime and Liturgical Prayer|
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Guided Reading (VIPERS)
|1:40pm - 2:00pm ||Handwriting and reading|
2:00pm - 3:00pm
RE, History, Geography, Science, PE, ICT, Art, DT, Music
|3:00pm - 3:05pm |
Tidy up time and get ready for home
|3:05pm - 3:20 pm ||Mindfulness, class novel reading and home time prayer|
We follow God Matters in Religious Education (the Portsmouth Diocese scheme of learning). The children learn two hours and 15 minutes of RE per week in KS1 and are involved in Liturgical Prayer.
Things that help us learn
We will be continuing to use Google Classroom as our online learning platform in Key Stage 1. Reading books are sent home on a weekly basis which are pitched at your child’s current phonic ability and at a level they can decode and comprehend at a 95% accuracy. Weekly spellings are sent home to consolidate the phonetic sounds/SPaG rules the children have been learning that week.
Our Curriculum Web
Take a look at our curriculum webs to view our topics throughout the year.
If you have any questions or there is anything urgent that you think I need to know, please contact the School Office either by phone at 01252 548123 or by email at email@example.com