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Live, Love and Learn together with Christ.

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St Anne's Catholic

Primary School

Live, Love and Learn together with Christ.

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Staff in Year 2

 

Miss H Jones - Year 2 Class Teacher

Miss Oldbury - Year 2 Teaching Assistant and PPA cover

Mrs Baker- Art Teacher (PPA cover)

Mrs Taylor- Music Teacher (PPA cover)

 

Homework

 

Homework will be sent out on Fridays and is due in on Wednesdays. Please can children stick in any loose sheets into their homework book. Spellings will also be sent out on Fridays for a test the following Friday. These will be relevant to the spelling rule that children have been taught in class. 

 

Prayer Bag

 

Our class prayer bag will be sent home to a different child each day. Please use the contents to reflect through prayer. It would be wonderful if the children could write their own prayer in the Y2 Prayer Book, which is included in the bag.

 

PE Home Bag

 

Our PE home bag will be sent home to a different child each week on a Friday. The bag contains a range of PE equipment for children to use at home to help stay active. Please return the PE home bag the following Friday. 

 

Reading books

 

Please place your school reading book and reading record book in the green box in our classroom if your book needs to be changed. We aim to change reading books at least once a week for each child, where the reading record book has been signed by a parent. Please sign your child's reading record book each time they have been heard read. This could also be signed for books that children have read for enjoyment. 

 

All children in Year 2 have been given a 'reading bookmark'. Each time their Reading Diary has been signed by a parent, children will receive a sticker on their bookmark. Children who complete their reading bookmark will receive a prize. 

 

PE

 

Our PE days are Mondays and Fridays. If possible, please ensure that earrings have already been removed on these days. Long hair must be tied up. It would be helpful if children could practise tying their own shoe laces and fastening their shirt buttons at home, as this will mean we have more lesson time!

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