Nick Sharratt Class
Welcome to our class page! This page will give you lots of information about what we are currently learning in Year 2.
Class Teacher: Mrs A Graham
Teaching Assistant: Miss S Chittim
Our current mini-mission is...
Round the World with the Three Bears
Throughout this topic, we will be building on our current geographical understanding. Not only will we be exploring the world's continents, countries and oceans, we will also be identifying the four countries which make up the United Kingdom. We will use this information to help us create our own maps and write recounts of the bears' trips.
Although we are not at school at the moment, the three bears had received something in the post. They couldn't wait to share it with us!
Click the destinations below to see what the three bears have been up to...
First Stop - Edinburgh
Second Stop - Madrid
Final Stop - Orlando
As the bears have landed in Spain this week, we have been researching interesting facts about the country. Here are a few examples of our super work...
In English we are learning to...
Write a traditional tale with a twist!
During this topic we are reading the story 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears'. We are then going to plan and write our own versions.
Look at some of the amazing work we have been doing at home...
Write a postcard!
During this topic we have also pretended we are one of the three bears and wrote a postcard to someone special from Edinburgh...
At Five Spires we follow the Read Write Inc. phonics programme.
Every day the children receive dynamic and systematic teaching adapted to their current attainment.
Once we have completed our phonics journey, we then focus on developing our ability to summarise, infer and retrieve information quickly by using a range of fiction and non-fiction texts.
You can find out more information about the programme as well as access free ebooks on the Oxford Owl website.
Click the icons to go to games and apps which we enjoy using...
At Five Spires we follow the White Rose Schemes of Learning. We believe that all children can make strong, secure and real progress, no matter their starting points. The small steps within each unit support this. Our progression can be found on the White Rose Maths website.