We had a fabulous finish to our first half term and a celebration on Friday Afternoon to finish our topic Happy, Healthy Me.
Winners of the Beautiful Babies competition were both Phoebe and Freya- congratulations to them and thank you to all the parents for a fun and enjoyable afternoon. We raised over £25 for our class charity Shelter through selling our artwork- an excellent start to our fundraising.
We enjoyed our trip to Oakham market and our fruit crumble making. We also made real lemonade for our Fabulous finish.
Forest schools was a lovely sunny day and our Harvest Festival and collection made our Harvest a Bright one !
Week CommencingHappy New Year - 7th January 2019
Our key learning this week: 28th January
English- How to be an Astronaut
Maths- Multiplication / 2/5/10 times tables
RE- Books / Mass
DT- Designing a space scene
Topic - Space
Please can all children have trainers and PE kit in school everyday.
Tuesday 29th January - Mass in school
W/B Monday 4th February - Safer internet week
15th February (Friday) - School closes
Monday 25th February - School opens
Wednesday 27th February -KS1 Multiskills festival @ Rutland Active Hub 10-2
Thursday 28th February - KS1 trip to the Space Centre in Leicester W/B Monday 4th March - Story Telling Week
Wednesday 6th March - Mass in School
Thursday 7th March - World Book Day
W/B Monday 11th March - STEM Week
Tuesday 19th March - Mass @ St Josephs
W/B Monday 25th March - Charity Week
Friday 12th April - School ends @ 2.30Monday
29th April - School Opens
Must do at home, please: (reviewed termly)
By the end of keystage 1 children are expected to be able to read and spell these words.
Additional ways to support your child/book lists:
Read Write Inc.
We use the phonics scheme Read Write Inc. at English Martrys. This PowerPoint presentation explains how it works.
Please click here for worksheets to help with formation of letters to practice with your child at home.
Homework Expectations – Year 2
Homework will be set every Friday and should be returned by the following Wednesday. Pupils are expected to complete all set tasks.
Additionally, children must read and record their reading in their diaries at least three times each week.
Work in their homework books is expected to be of the same standard as work in school, with neat handwriting, diagrams in pencil and care take to include appropriate punctuation and good spelling.
House points will be awarded for good work each week.
Reading Advice for Parents
A useful Booklet forparents