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‘Pupils are at the heart of everything we do’

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Class II

Welcome to Class II!

 

Welcome to Class II's home page. We will be filling this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we have been doing and lots more.

Class Two working hard on suggestions for their own set of classroom rules.
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The finished article! 

Our classroom rules by Class Two.

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We have had a great start to the term. Everyone is settling down well.

 

We have started maths and spelling tests this week.

The maths test will be sent home for you to see progress and the task for the following week will also be written in this book.

The spelling test result can be found on the appropriate page in their handwriting books. You will be able to see which spellings were incorrect in the test as these are underlined in green pen. You may then wish to give these extra practice.

 

When there is opportunity I will let you know some of the activities later in the week.

All this weeks spellings have an "r" sound at the beginning. Thank you for encouraging the children to write each spelling out as many times as possible across the page in their handwriting book. This helps them to memorise the spelling and improves the flow of their handwriting.

Class 2 have spellings to learn today. They all use the "wr" pattern and can be found in their green spelling dictionaries.

They have also taken their handwriting books home and need to copy each spelling three or four times  across  each line.

Handwriting needs to be finished by Monday and spelling tests will take place on Thursday.

The following documents were shared at the curriculum afternoon on the 5th.
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Class Two enjoying investigating plant types in the school garden and finding the occasional minibeast!
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