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Homework will be set on a Monday and handed in, by the following Monday.

Spellings will also be set on a Monday and children will complete a spelling test, the following Monday.


Reading Books:

Children will be listened to, three times a week, in school.

It is essential that you listen to your child at home. Please sign their reading journals.


Children will bring home a reading book on a Thursday and books need to be brought in every day.


Thank-you for your continued support!

Welcome to 2PW

Autumn 1, Week 3 - ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’
In English this week, we have been reading The Day the Crayons Quit. After reading, we began to think about what our favourite colours are and developed our Oracy skills by telling each other (in full sentences) what our favourite colours are and why. Me Worthington banned the words ‘sad’ and ‘happy’ this week, meaning we had to come up with more exciting words for them.  Check out our word wall to see our amazing vocabulary choices. On Thursday, we wrote our own colour poems and, like real poets, we had the final choice in the order of our verses and title. 

In maths, we are continuing to look at numbers with 20 and have used part whole models to show out understanding of this. Our Fluency focus has been on comparing numbers and using the language of ‘more than’, ‘less than’ and ‘equal to’.


Our Active Learning sessions have been busy and focused. Highlights include;


Making models of our ideal classroom and labelling them. Focusing on prepositional vocabulary (next to, behind, on)


Using our observation skills to paint and draw pictures of animals for our Noah’s ark display. 


We made Worry dolls and followed the design process by choosing our own materials and following our design. 



Part Whole

Exciting Vocabulary

Active Learning - D&T Worry Dolls

Active Learning - Geography

Active Learning - Art

Autumn 1, Week 2 - Art Week
We had a fantastic week exploring the work of Pablo Picasso. We learnt about his early life and style of painting. On Thursday we were joined by Aideen Scott who led us in a workshop based around Picasso where we created self portraits in the style of Picasso. 


In English, we looked at the book Ruby’s Worry and wrote character descriptions and a letter of advice to Ruby for dealing with her worry. We are continuing to work on correct letter formation and correct sentence structure, with capital letters and full stops. 

In Maths, we have been looking at the structure of numbers 11-19 and how they are made of ‘ten and a bit’. Please continue to practice number formation. 

Picasso Workshop