Class Teacher - Mrs Milburn
Teaching Assistant - Mrs Ash
Class Teacher - Mrs Smith
HLTA - Miss Payne
Phase Leader - Mrs Strickland
At Henley Green, we read every day. Reading records should be signed by an adult and brought with the reading book into school every day.
Spellings and maths revision will be given out on a Friday and glued into reading records. These will be tested the following Friday and the results entered onto the slip in the reading record.
P.E. Friday afternoon
A kit of white, green or black t-shirt and shorts, (no logos, pictures or writing please). A pair of pumps or trainers are required for outdoor P.E. All kit, including footwear, should be named and placed in a named bag to avoid losing items.
As part of our Science investigations, we learnt about the importance of hand washing. The children had great fun singing the 'Happy Birthday' song whilst they were washing their hands, to show how long, we should wash our hands for.
After that, we created informative posters to show other children how to wash their hands properly. Good job Year 2!
Ready for the Spring/Summer months, we planted tomato seeds. Each child planted six seeds carefully. We investigated what plants need to grow well too.
Year 2 will be selling these, once they have grown, to help towards our Weston-Super-Mare trip. Exciting!
We are United!
As part of Topic, Year 2 recreated United Kingdom's flag. They had to carefully cut out the Northern Ireland, Scotland and England flag. Can you remember why the Welsh flag was not included?
We are Gardeners!
Ready for the Winter, all children in Year Two planted daffodil bulbs in the raised flower beds. Secondly, we visited the Wildlife Garden to help start creating a Bluebell wood. We used a dotting tool to make a small hole in the hard ground, collected a bluebell bulb and popped it into the hole carefully. Finally, we made sure the hole was covered by fresh soil.
We wore special gardening gloves to make sure our hands did not get itchy!
We are Poetry Performers.
Year 2 learnt the poem, Fireworks by James Reeves. We added actions to help us remember all three stanzas. We performed Mr Walters, he was very impressed!
As Mathematicians, we solve problems!
The children had two dice. Each pair had to roll the dice and then, find the total. From this, they were able to add and subtract one and two digit numbers, use their place value skills and solve one step problems.
To help support Year Two with their instruction writing, they made worry dolls. The worry dolls were inspired by Anthony Browne's story, Silly Billy. They followed the success criteria successfully.
Y2 SAT tests
Some parents have asked for KS1 SAT papers that they can work on with their children. Please follow the links below to these.
Reading Paper 1
Reading Paper 2 Stories
Reading Paper 2 Questions
Maths Reasoning Paper
Spelling Mark Scheme
English Grammar and Punctuation
Grammar and Punctuation Mark scheme
Reading Paper 1
Reading Paper 2 Book
Reading Paper 2 Answer Sheet
Reading Mark Scheme
Maths Paper 1
Maths Paper 2