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WC 11.11.19

Hi everyone, we've had a very busy week in year 2. Fractions have been our focus for the last two weeks and the children have made fantastic progress being able to explain, numerators, denominators and find fractions of shapes and amounts. Including 1/2 1/4 and 3/4 of different numbers. In English we had received urgent word from King Arthur to send help to defeat the terrifying Saxons. The children have spent the week writing instructions to create a powerful potion to help King Arthur. They have been using time adverbials, imperative verbs and adverbs to write some lovely instructions. We finished the week off by following these instructions to make these wicked potions. Hopefully you would of received a text message about an upcoming trip to the local church for Christingle service. This will be on the morning of the 2nd December which coincides with the family learning which will still be happening in the afternoon. Our project homework is due in on the 9th December, if there is any resources you need please ask adn school will try to provide. Thank you for your continued support.

Kind regards

Mr Locke


WC - 21.10.19

Hi everyone, it has been our last week of the half term. The children have been learning new grammar techniques this week including coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. In Maths we have been learning about position, direction and patterns with sequences. It was lovely to see you all this week for parents evening. It has been a fantastic first 8 weeks getting to know your children. All expectations and learning behaviours are now embedded and all the children are familiar with these. I hope you all have a lovely half term and I look forward to hearing all about it when we return in one week's time. Thank you for your continued support.

Kind regards

Mr Locke



WC - 14.10.19

Hi everyone it has been a busy 2 weeks in the 2TL classroom, we have been looking at poetry in our English lessons and using rhyming couplets to describe King Arthur. The class have been using the tools and rules to write brilliant poems that have included the different punctuation, adjectives and sentence rules to be a successful poem. In Maths we have been continuing our journey with multiplication adn division now covering the 2 5 and 10's and using a variety of different concrete and pictorial teaching styles to embed this learning. 

I hope you all enjoyed the brilliant harvest assembly yesterday i think you'll all agree the children did brilliantly and it is such a fantastic cause so thank you all for the wonderful donations. Have a fantastic weekend and I will see you all for parents evening next week. Thank you for your continued support.

Kind regards

Mr Locke 


WC -  30.9.19

Hello everyone as I'm sure you are aware we had a dragon visit our classroom late last week who left behind some very important dragon eggs. Luckily there was enough for each child to take one home for the weekend (apologies for any inconvenience whoops). The children have been writing about all of these experiences to create a non fiction leaflet about how to take care of the dragon eggs. The children have included several different features in their writing including facts and information, the second person, imperative verbs and sub-headings. Thank you for your support with this as it has led to some truly great writing. 

In maths we have been learning about measurement, including centimetres, millimetres and even metres. The children have been taught how to correctly measure adn record their data, how to make an estimation of the length of different objects and even compare the lengths using the greater than less than symbols. 

We have some busy weeks ahead of us including the harvest production which will take place on the 17th October and we will begin our own reading assessments of the children in the next 2 weeks. 

If there is any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to come find me. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

Kind regards 

Mr Locke


W/C - 16.9.19

Hi everybody, we are now 3 weeks into our Autumn term and routines and timetables are starting to become more familiar and slicker. This week the children have been trying really hard to improve their pace and stamina in their work, which has been fantastic, great work 2TL.

In English the children have been focusing on  our King Arthur text introducing a much older version of King Arthur who goes missing. Their writing was great and they really enjoyed showing off their writing skills by trying to help find King Arthur.

In Maths this week we have been focusing on 2D shapes and their properties including terms like vertices. The children have grouped these shapes, drawn their own and found their properties throughout the week.

We seem to have been lucky enough to have been blessed with a resurgence of sunshine, I hope you all make the most of it over the weekend before those dark early nights set it.

As always if there is any query or question you have please come and see me as I am more than happy to answer any concerns you may have.

Thank you for your continued support.

Mr Locke


A reminder of important dates

Tuesday 10th September: Meet the Teacher. 5:00-5:30 and an alternate session at 5:45-6:15.

Friday 13th September: Parents invited to view our showcase of 'An Atlas of Imaginary Places' once children have been collected at the end of the day.Thursday 17th October: Harvest celebration.

Wednesday 23rd October: Parents Evening 3:30-6pm.

Thursday 24rd October: Parents Evening 3:30-6pm. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Hello and welcome to the 2TL class page. I am really looking forward to getting to know the children and sharing our exciting learning journey this year.

We have some really interesting learning to come which will no doubt spark imagination and curiosity.

Autumn 1: Kings and Queens

Week 1: Settling in and routines.

During this week we will be sharing the book 'An Atlas of Imaginary Places'. 2TL will be focussing on an island called 'The Ice Arena' with musical penguins and a cello playing polar bear as beautiful sounds echo far over the ice.

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The children will be completing some English and Art work based on this learning and I am really looking forward to see what they create! Each class are completing work on a different island and you are invited to a showcase of our recreation on Friday 13th September after school.


If they are ever any issues please don't hesitate to speak to me either at the start of the day or at the end. If you would like a more formal appointment you can ring the office to book one in. For any other issues or comments please write them down in the reading diaries and I can respond that way. If there are any changes to the pick up routine please let us know especially over the first month while I get used to new faces picking the children up. Thank you for your continued support, I'm sure it's going to be a great year.