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Welcome to Year 2 Scarlet Macaws Class

 

 

Teacher: Miss Liebmann - Teacher, PSHE and Phonics Lead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support Staff: Mrs Devins - Teaching Assistant (HLTA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support Staff: Mrs Jennings - Teaching Assistant (AM)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support Staff: Mrs Holroyd - Teaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class Ambassador: 

Welcome to the Year 2 Scarlet Macaws Class.

On this page you will find the following information:

1. Curriculum for the year.

2. End of year objectives (what the children should know by the end of the year).

3. Work expectations.

4. Blended learning (work for your child if they are absent of the class/school has been closed due to cornonavirus).

Part 1: Curriculum for the year ahead.

Part 2:  End of year objectives (what children should know by the end of Year 2).

Writing

Writing Book Look

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Step 2 demonstrates what a child needs to achieve and be fluent at to be working at the Meadlands expected standard.
Step 3 demonstrates what a child needs to achieve and be fluent at to be working at the Meadlands exceeding standard.
Maths
Reading

Phonics

 

Phonics Screening Info presentation parents FINAL (1).mp4

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Science
Foundation Subjects

Part 3: Work Expectations.

Writing
By the end of Year 2, we hope the children will be able to join all of their letters neatly on the line.
Pre-cursive
At this point in year 2, some children are doing pre-cursive handwriting. They are able to form the letters correctly, but not yet able to join.
Maths

At Meadlands, we expect the children to take great pride and care with all their written work. At the start of the year, a maths lesson is dedicated to the reminding the children how to set out their math's work, so that the layout is consistent across the year group. Our expectations around layout is:

 

1. All maths work completed in pencil, or purple pen for responding to marking or completing reasoning and problem solving work.

2. A digit per maths square – we say to the children “one digit one square” to remind them.

3. Any written work in their maths book e.g. learning challenge or word problems should be as neat as they would write in any other book.

Part 4: Blended Learning 

If your child is absent but waiting for a coronavirus test result to return to school or having to self isolate due to symptomatic household members, then they can access school work on their class page right here! Work will be uploaded every Monday morning. Children are expected to follow the timetable and complete the lessons in their Meadlands-at-Home books, returning these to their class teacher, once they are able to return to school.

If the class or school is having to isolate we will be in touch with you regarding how to access the Google Classroom learning.

For more information, please refer to our Blended Learning Policy.

Blended learning November 2020
Week beginning 2.11.20
Blended Learning October 2020
Week beginning 19.10.20
Week beginning 12.10.20
Week beginning 5.10.20
Blended Learning from September 2020

Blended Learning March - July 2020

Parents and Carers of children in Year 2. Miss Liebmann will update this page every morning by 9am with instructions for the day of learning. Please make sure you read her letter and complete the work. If you have any questions please email Miss Liebmann and she will do her best to reply to you.

Year2@meadlands.richmond.sch.uk

 

 

Blended Learning Year 2 / 20 - 22.7.20

Blended Learning w/b 30.3.20
The Big EGGStravaganza

 

https://youtu.be/a​kAUwNTGPO8

The Perfect Sandwich

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Blended Learning: PE Lessons 

Whilst at home we would still like you to keep fit and healthy. We would like you to complete Mr Penberthy's 30 minute whole school workout, do 1 a day whilst at home: PE Page 

 

Blended Learning: Music Lessons 

Complete your music lesson, you can find the instructions from Mrs Pearman here: Music Page 

 

Blended Learning: PSHE and Pastoral 

Follow Miss Davies' advice on keeping calm, happy and safe whilst at home. Make sure you complete her 30 minute whole school PSHE/Mindfulness activity, 1 a day whilst at home: Pastoral Page 

 

Follow Miss Tadman's social story to help you explain to your child why school is closed: 

😳We have lots more interesting things to share with you about our work and even our special class door. Please excuse us while we update our pages.
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