Welcome to Year 2DR Class Page, the place for you to find out all the amazing things that have and will be happening in your class this year.
So click on each of the headings to find out more information about the given topics.
Your Class Teachers
Your class teacher is Mrs Rose.
This year you are lucky enough to have three different teaching assistants:
Mrs Fowles - PPA cover Mrs Brown Harrison
PE will take place every Monday and Thursday. You will complete some forest school activities outside with Mrs Rose and Mrs Powell on a Monday afternoon. Then you will have dance sessions in the hall with Mrs Rose on a Thursday.
For PE sessions please bring the following:
- Black shorts, legins or jogging bottoms
- White t-shirt or polo shirt
- Black pumps or trainers
Please ensure that your child's kit is clearly labelled with their name.
It is usually best to leave your child's PE kit in school for the half-term so that it is always available to use.
Please ensure that your child has warm clothes, a waterproof coat and wellies to be worn for forest school.
It is important that your child brings their reading book into school each day as the days on which they will be able to read with an adult may change from time to time. It is also crucial that you listen to your child read each evening and ensure that you sign their reading record highlighting what they have read and how they performed.
Within this class reading records will be checked and additional reading books will be changed on a Thursday.
Book bag books will be changed ona weekly basis by your child's Read, Write, Inc. teacher.
Homework will be set on a Tuesday through our online learning platform, SeeSaw. A link for which is placed below:
All homework should be completed by the following Monday and will be checked by your teacher on this day. Please make sure that if you are having difficulties with the homework, that you contact your class teacher with plenty of time so that they can assist your child in its completion. In addition, the school also run a homework club which can really help support those children that struggle completing their tasks independently.