Haydonleigh Primary School

Haydonleigh Primary School

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Haydon Court Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN25 1JP

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01793700443

Y2

welcome to year 2  

Class 7

Mrs Brown

Class 8 

Mrs Roberts/Mrs Small

Class 9 

Mrs North

Miss Puntis             Mrs Viranyi             Mrs Ravernscroft    Miss Burkin   

Bookbags

Please bring in bookbags daily with the following:

Reading Record Book

Your child's school reading book

Spelling folder

Library Bus Book

There will be some opportunities for your child to visit the library bus (however not on a weekly basis) and choose a library book to share with you at home.  This library book must be kept inside their book bags and kept in good condition so when we do have the opportunity to visit the library bus we can change this book.

Homework

Spellings

Spellings will still be tested on a Monday your child’s termly spelling sheet will be sent home in a folder relating to their house team colour.  These spelling folders need to be kept inside your child’s book bag at all times.  The children will now complete their spelling test in a book which will remain in school but we will write a score underneath each week’s column so you know how your child has done. Also after the test on the Monday we will highlight pink any incorrect spellings so you can practise these words again with your child at home. 

 

Reading Books

Each week your child will have the opportunity to change their school reading book on a Monday and a Thursday. When you read with your child at home please remember to write in their reading record book as this will help us to know if your child’s book needs changing. 

Children are expected to read at least 3 times a week and record it in their reading journals. 

Spellings

Term1 spellings

PE Timetable

Class 7 - Tuesday and Wednesday

Class 8 - Monday and Wednesday

Class 9 - Monday and Wednesday 

 Resources

Useful resources to use: 

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          Maths

         English

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