Year 2 Weekly review
At Ravenstone we are committed to providing an education for the children which will equip them for the future.
Weekly Review - We have had a very busy and fabulous last week in year 2. We have learnt all about Diwali in RE and we have had our computing day full of coding and working on creative apps. It has been a wonderful first term back and we hope you enjoy half term.
AOB: On Tuesdays:
2DV will have dance and 2WL will have Music.
Maths – This week we have been looking at both addition and subtraction fact families, including looking at part whole models and other representations to help. After half term we will be learning to check calculations and we will be addining three, one digit numbers together.
RE – Instead of English this week we had RE. We learnt all about the Hindu celebration Diwali (the festival of light) and we learnt how people prepare and celebrate this wonderful occasion. We also learnt about the story of Rama and Sita and the link it has to Diwali. After half term we will be returning to English and starting a new text called The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt.
PSHE – This week we had a focus on e-safety and the importance of staying safe when online. Also we talked about asking for help when needed and never downloading anything without permission from a trusted adult. After half term we will foscus on what aspirations and what we want to achieve by the end of the term. Thursday:
Both classes - PE
WATER AND FRUIT:
Children are welcome to bring in a clearly labelled water bottle which they can access throughout the day. A fresh piece of fruit is available for each child every playtime. If you would prefer to send a piece of fruit in to school with your children please make sure it is in a clearly labelled plastic container.
Have a lovely weekend.
Miss Del Valle, Mr Westland and Miss Lapish
On behalf of all year 1 staff, I wanted to say a huge thank you for all kind words, cards and gifts we have received They all mean so much, especially the feedback about happy children.
We wish you a wonderful summer and we will see you all in September.