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Pallister Park
Primary School

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Welcome to the Pallister Park Year 2 Page


Welcome to the Pallister Park Year 2 page! Here you will find all our latest news and current topic work.

This term we will be covering:

Our new topic for the first half of the Spring term is Land Ahoy! We will be doing lots of work about pirates including learning all about Captain James Cook, the UK including countries and their capitals as well as the continents and oceans of the world. As part of our topic we have planned some very exciting activities including a science investigation and making our own pirate map.

In Maths we will be focusing on statistics and shape along with Times Table RockStars.

In the second half of the Spring term our topic will be Street Detective. We will be doing lots of work about our local area, learning all about our local community. We will continue learning how to use maps. As part of our topic, we plan to walk around our local area.
We also have the opportunity to continue our participation in the Forest School scheme. This is a very exciting opportunity and the children will have chance to make shelters, learn to use hand tools safely, light their own fire and much more. The children will need to bring warm clothes to School with them. We will send out a letter with all the dates and further information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

We have PE on a Monday but may also have the opportunity to take part in PE activities at late notice on other days. Please bring your child’s PE kit on a Monday and we will return it every Friday. PE kit consists of a red t-shirt, black shorts and PE shoes. Please remember to bring your child’s book bag, planner and reading book each day.
Due to swimming, forest school and other activities in school, there will be no football until after the half term holiday.

Homework

We do not set weekly homework for your child in Year 2 however we do ask that you read regularly with your child at home to help them reach their

full potential across all subjects.

Your child will also have spellings to practice. Each child also has a Times Table RockStar login in the front of their planner.
Playing this regularly will greatly help your child to develop their maths skills and we also have some exciting certificates to give to the children who perform the best!

We have also sent home a knowledge organizer which is full of information about our new topic. We would appreciate it if you could look over this with your child, discuss the information and what your child has been learning. You may even decide to do some extra research together! Please tweet any pictures of work from home in relation to any of our topics. and remember not to include your child's  name on the tweet. If there is any additional support we believe would benefit your child specifically we will send this home inside their book bags.

Events

School closes for half term – Friday 14th February 3pm Return to school – Tuesday 25th February for Book and Bagel at 8:30am

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