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Meet the Teacher. Tuesday 18 th September 2012. Welcome to Year 2-Ospreys. Class Teachers Miss Gorse- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Mrs. Faint- Tuesday LSA’s Mrs. Davis- Every morning and two afternoons Mrs. T- Helps us with phonics. Expectations in Year 2.

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meet the teacher

Meet the Teacher

Tuesday 18th September 2012

welcome to year 2 ospreys
Welcome to Year 2-Ospreys

Class Teachers

  • Miss Gorse- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
  • Mrs. Faint- Tuesday

LSA’s

  • Mrs. Davis- Every morning and two afternoons
  • Mrs. T- Helps us with phonics
expectations in year 2
Expectations in Year 2
  • Oldest children in the school- take on increasing responsibility- expected to be good role models
  • Given jobs to carry out i.e. pudding helper, playground tidier, buddies for YR children
  • Confident and independent learners ready for Junior School
what happens in year 2
What happens in Year 2?

Afternoons

  • Handwriting
  • Guided Reading
  • PE
  • French
  • Topic Work
  • Story time

Mornings

  • Quest
  • Phonics
  • Maths
  • Fruit Time
  • Worship
  • Playtime
  • Literacy

Ozzy Osprey time allows them to follow their own individual interests within the writing, maths, computer, art, reading or construction areas

projects this year
Projects this year…

Mrs. Armitage & Quentin Blake

Africa

Superheroes

Curriculum Newsletters will be sent out at the start of every new project to inform you of what we are doing

Space

Easter

Christmas

Mini-

beasts

Forest Schools

Transport

praise rewards sanctions
Praise, Rewards &Sanctions
  • Every child starts the day on the sunshine. Positive behaviour gets rewarded by moving up the chart. Negative behaviour is sanctioned by moving down the chart.
  • If they are on the rainbow at the end of the day they get a sticker and a raffle ticket.
  • Raffle takes place on Friday afternoon- box of goodies for prizes!
  • Also use lots of verbal praise, stickers and forest value cards.
our forest values
Our Forest Values
  • Friendship- We work together and help each other
  • Openness- I open my heart and mind to ideas and people that are different
  • Responsibility- It’s up to me to do the right thing
  • Endurance- I try hard to do and be the best I can
  • Stewardship- We look after each other and our world
  • Trust- We rely on each other to make good choices
my child s progress how will i be informed
My child’s progress- How will I be informed?
  • 3 parent consultation meetings during the year- Autumn, Spring and Summer Term
  • Tuesday 13th November: 3.50- 6.30pm

Wednesday 14th November: 1.30-4.00pm

  • You will be informed of progress & attainment
  • If you are unable to make the session- we will send the termly report home to you.
end of ks1 assessment
End of KS1 Assessment
  • At the end of Year 2- levels in speaking and listening, reading, writing, maths and science.
  • Based on teacher assessment- the level we see the child working at on a regular basis.
  • We do SAT’s tests because they are statutory.
  • We only use them to back-up our judgements. Children will not really know we are doing ‘tests’
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Child D- May

Level 3 Writing

reading books
Reading Books
  • Currently we are still supervising the children when they change their books (correct colour, writing it in diary etc)
  • Soon we will be encouraging them to independently choose and write in their diary- with opportunities on Mon, Weds, Fri to do this.
  • If they haven’t changed it for ages- remind them!!!
  • Don’t worry if they keep the book for a little while… books in Year 2 can get very long!
faster f amilies a nd s chools t ogether e njoying r eading
FASTERFamilies And Schools Together Enjoying Reading
  • Successful project that has been running for the last 3 years
  • Working with a Year 2 child on a regular basis
  • Want to help?

- Need to commit to 2 sessions a week- at the

beginning or end of the school day.

- Must have a CRB check

  • Meeting on Wednesday 25th September at 9.10am
how can i help at home
How can I help at home?
  • Read the curriculum newsletters- so you know what your child is learning about.
  • Support your child with the home learning projects that are sent home. Have fun with them!
  • Read with and to your child on a regular basis...“Good readers become good writers”
  • If your child is still finding it difficult to pronounce pure phonic sounds- ‘Mr. Thorne does phonics’ website
  • Purple Mash website- all children have a login
questions
Questions

Thank you for listening..!

Any questions?

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