​​​​​​Welcome to Year 2/3!



Reading- Please ensure your child reads every night at home.

Book bags need to be brought in to school everyday please.

P.E is on Monday and Thursday. Please ensure P.E kits are in school including suitable footwear.

Homework is set on a Friday and due in on the following Wednesday.

Snack money-The cost of snack is £2.25 per week payable on a Monday please.

Key Dates for this Term

Friday 15th September - Independent Write

October 2nd - 6th - Anti-bullying week

Friday 6th October - Harvest Festival @2:30
Monday October 9th - School photos

Thursday October 19th - 100 % attendance event.  School breaks up.

Monday October 30th - Back to school

Thursday 2nd November - Parents evening starting at 2pm

Friday 3rd November - Class trip to Chester Zoo.

November 6th - 10th - Space Week

Friday November 17th - Year 2/3 Class Assembly

Friday 24th November - Independent write. Non-uniform day with chocolate donation.

Thursday 30th November - Chocolate Bingo

Friday 1st December - Science Day

Friday 8th December - Parent's Celebration Assembly

Friday 15th December - Christmas Fair

Wednesday 20th December - Christmas Show at 1:30 and 6:00

Thursday 21st December - 100% attendance event

Friday 22nd December - ​School breaks up

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This Term's Learning...


To begin this term children will continue with Read, Write Inc. We will still study a class text altogether. Our first text is 'Lila and the secret of Rain.' We will then look at 'The Leopard's Drum'.

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​Our Topic question is 'Would you rather live in England or Africa?' We will be focusing on Kenya and looking at African animals and cultures compared to our own.



Children will be looking at living things​​ and their habitats. Children will work towards answering the question, 'Why would a dinosaur not make a good pet?' We will be heading to Chester Zoo for a closer look at animals and their habitats!


Children will be looking at an African artist called Martin Bulinya and recreating his work. 

His work looks at African landscape using bright colours and dark figures. We will recreate this using charcoal and pastels.

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This term we will be focusing on Christianity. Our first question  for the first half of the term is, 'Is it possible to be kind to everyone all of the time?' For this we will look at The Good Samaritan. Next, we will work together to answer the topic question 'Why did God give Jesus to the world?' 

Singapore Maths

Children will continue to develop their mathematical understanding through the Singapore Maths approach which has proved successful. 

 For this term we will be looking at place value, addition and subtraction.​

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