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  • Primary School, Glaston Hill Road,
  • Eversley, Hook, Hampshire,
  • RG27 0LX
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  • "Serve one another humbly in love" Galatians 5:13b

Matisse-Year 2

Welcome to Matisse - Year 2!

In Matisse class… 

We show RESPECT, 

We are KIND, 

We LISTEN to everybody, 

We LOOK AFTER our classroom 

We always TRY OUR BEST 

And ENJOY LEARNING! 

 

 

Welcome to the Matisse class page of our school website.

The Year 2 Class Teacher is Miss Kent. Our LSAs are Mrs. King, Mrs. Nevitt (Monday- Wednesday AM) and Mrs. Sewell (Thursday and Friday AM).

 

What a busy start to the year we have had! Thank you for your continued support.

Our Concept this Half Term is Responsibility. Have a think about what responsibilities we have.  We are going to think about what this means for other people in our life and look at the bigger picture of caring for our environment and world.

In the second Half Term our concept is Future. We will be thinking about what are dreams and wishes are for the future and how we feel about our transition into the juniors. We are going think about what we can do to make a better future for ourselves and our community.

 

Throughout the term we will be continuing to develop the children’s reading and writing throughout the curriculum.  Our daily English lessons will, where possible, tie in with our curriculum topics. Please continue to read at home at least 3 times a week. This really helps with decoding, expression and comprehension skills.

In our Maths lessons we will continue to build on work we have done in the first two terms, developing the children’s speed and accuracy with number facts. We will build on mental calculation strategies from the previous term, and add to their repertoire of methods for solving longer calculations. We will start working with larger numbers, and becoming confident to choose our preferred methods to help solve problems. 

In RE this term the children will begin the term by learning about Hindu Traditions: Krishna’s Birthday. The children will describe the characteristics of remembering and how Hindus remember Krishna by telling the story of his birth and by celebrating. We will think about the importance of Hindus remembering Krishna’s birthday and how we remember our own experiences. After half term we will be looking at the Gospel and the good news that Jesus brings.

 

Remember to check the school twitter to see what the children are doing. 

Our outdoor transformation

Kenyan masks and Kenyan cookery session

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