From Monday June 1st you can access your home learning by following the link to Lower School on the Class Pages/Home Learning page.
Growing Up in Year 2
Year 2 is the final year in Key Stage 1 - the last year of 'infants' before moving to 'juniors' in Key Stage 2. In May each year, children are assessed using SATs tests and teacher assessment to check that they are making the expected progress for their age. The expectations are high, but we provide lots of support and different activities to help pupils become confident learners.
Between the ages of 6 and 7, children grow rapidly in many ways. Keep a check on your child's eyesight, hearing and teeth; it's the stage when some children need grommets, glasses or regular visits from the tooth fairy!
It's also the age when many children start to become a lot more independent and socially aware; they learn how to put their own viewpoint across, but need practise in listening properly to others! In year 2, we have to do a lot of discussion about understanding another person's point of view, being fair and kind and following our agreed class rules.
We are an inclusive school; all children are expected to be friendly, to work and play with everyone, and to talk through any difficulties so that they are quickly resolved.
Using Websites and online resources to help you child learn
Thythorn pays the subscription for pupils and parents to access useful learning sites at home.
We hope that you find them useful; please give us feedback about other resources we could provide.
Below is a link to a site which provides resources and example questions in preparation for the Maths Reasoning Test.
SATs Parent Support
Below is the link to a video which explains how the Key Stage 1 tests will be taken and how you can help at home.