- Precision homework continues in Year 2.It is given out every Friday and is expected to be completed and handed in on the following Thursday. This is essential in supporting children’s mental recall of key mathematical facts and their work in class. Spellings will also be sent home and additional home work may be set when needed.
- The school uses Letters and Sounds as our phonics scheme.
- In year 2 each child is allocated a reading day which is stated in their Reading record book. This book provides valuable communication between parent and teacher and helps us to consistently monitor your child’s progress so it should always be in school on the allocated day. It is expected that children read at home for at least 10-15 minutes every day in addition to reading time and activities at school.
- PE times are Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Please can you ensure full PE kit is in school on these days and labelled with your child’s name. Ear-rings should be removed.Swimming will be taken during the Summer Term
- Please ensure you child has a drinking bottle in school and that any snack money is in a labelled purse or envelope.Please note that on my current timetable I will not be in school on Friday afternoons due to PPA (Planning ,Preparation and Assessment time.)
What We’ve Been Up To:
Year 2 have been learning about the Great Fire of London as part of their topic. During art they have been exploring colour mixing and using shades to create an Continue Reading →
The whole of The William Amory Primary School set off on their annual Panto trip on the 20th December. Everyone was very excited and couldn’t wait for the show to Continue Reading →
Today the Blythe Bridge Rotary Club donated over 200 of nearly new and brand new books for our classroom selections and the school library. Our head boy and girl gladly Continue Reading →
During the KS1 Christmas party, the children had a visit from a very special guest! Santa Claus arrived on his sleigh with some help from his lovely Blythe Bridge Rotary Continue Reading →
The children who have been taking part in Rocksteady this term performed their end of term concert with their bands. The children really rocked out and showed off the songs Continue Reading →