Mrs Leeson and Miss Hornsey
Welcome to 1EL's webpage!
We are a happy and enthusiastic group of year 2 children who love to explore and learn new things.
Mrs Leeson teaches us on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and Miss Hornsey works with us every day and she teaches us all day on Wednesdays and Monday afternoons.
Please send your child's water bottle in with them every day- they need enough water to last the whole day if possible. We will send them home every afternoon to be washed, refilled and returned the following day - plain water only please.
Your child will have English and maths homework to complete each week. This needs to be handed in each Wednesday and will be given back on Fridays.
Each week your child will be given a set of spellings to practise. They need to complete this on the sheet provided and also write a sentence with each of the words. The children should hand these in on Fridays. The children will be tested on their spellings on Fridays. Your child's score will be recorded in their planner each week.
The children are able to change their school reading book on Mondays and Fridays. It is important that the children read as much as possible and we ask that the children read at least is three times a week - planners will be checked each Monday.
Our belongings: Please name all your child's belonging. We do try to ensure your child returns home with all their belongings and your help with this is much appreciated.
Please do ask if you have any questions.
Welcome to Term 6 - I hope you have all had a restful and enjoyable Half Term break and are ready for another exciting term of learning.
This term's theme: Out and About
This term in Maths will be learning about:
This term the children will also continue to work on recalling their 8x tables and the 9x tables.
In English we will be focussing on books linked to our ‘Out and About’ theme. We will be looking at different texts including:
*In geography, we are learning about maps. We will be creating our own maps of the school and the local area.
*In Science, we are continuing to learn about plants - what they need to grow and why they are important.
*In RE, we will be thinking about the creation stories of different religions.
*In PSHE, we will be reflecting upon the question, ‘How do we recognise our feelings?’
*In our PE sessions, we will continue to focus on athletics in preparation for our class Mini-Olympics in late June.
This term our class will have PE on Mondays and Wednesdays.
‘You’re never too small to make a difference.’
Key aspects of learning for this term in Maths will be:
This term the children will also continue to work on recalling their 6x tables and the 8x tables.
In English we will be focusing on books linked to our ‘You’re never too small to make a difference.’ theme. We will be looking at different texts including:
In History, we are going to be learning about changes in living memory focusing on climate change.
*In Science, we will be learning about plants - what they need to grow and why they are important.
*In DT, we are going to be learning to sew and we will be using our new skills to make glove puppets.
*In RE, we will be thinking about the question, ‘Why does Christmas matter to Christians?’
*In PSHE, we will be reflecting upon the question, ‘’How do we keep ourselves healthy?’
*In our PE sessions, we will be focusing on athletics in preparation for our class Mini-Olympics in late June.
Around the World
This term, our theme is “Around the World”. In our English lessons we will be focusing on books linked to our ‘Around the World’ theme. We will be looking at different texts including:
We will be focusing on different sentence types as well as continuing to learn about nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs.
In geography we will be learning about names of the oceans and continents, then moving on to look at each continent in more depth.
In Science, we will continue to learn about animals including humans. We will be learning about how living things change as they get older, what they need to stay alive and then focusing on how we can help ourselves to stay healthy with exercise and a balanced diet. We will also be learning about the senses,
In DT, we will be creating model homes.
In IT, we will be continuing to learn about e-safety – how to stay safe on the internet.
In our outdoor PE sessions, we will be doing multi-skills.
In RE, we will be learning about the beliefs of Muslims and what it means to be part of the Muslim community
In English we will be focusing on the story - Anancy and Mr Drybones before moving onto read 'This is the House the Jack Built'. We will be having a go at writing our own estate egents advertisements. We are also going to be developing our joined handwriting.
In maths we will be learning about place value before moving onto addition then subtraction. We are also eveloping our recall of our 2, 5 and 10 times tables before starting to learn our 3s.
History - we will be learning about the history of homes, looking at how they have changed over time.
DT - we will be designing and buildings a home.
As we begin our new academic year, we are aware that there may be times when children are unable to be in school. To help continue their learning, we will put work on this page for them to access as needed. There will be a range of activities to be completed that match what is happening in school on those days. When work is completed, please e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Times Table Rock Stars
For logging on, the school postcode is: LN10 6RQ
Crick Web - A brilliant interactive resource for Key Stage One Maths, English and Science games:
Classroom Secrets - Home Learning Pack
Key Stage One BBC Bitesize
White Rose Maths - A brilliant Maths site with resources for every year group
BBC - Personal, Social, Health Education for all ages
Primary Resources - Social, Health Education for all ages
SEAL - Social, Health Education for all ages
Joe Wicks will be using his YouTube Chanel to lead PE at 9am Monday-Friday