Welcome to Nichols Class – Year 2
Class Teacher: Miss Beszand
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Smith
Our topic for term six is:
Where would you prefer to go on holiday to Japan or in the UK?
This term we will be learning about the geography of Japan, and comparing it to the coastal geography of the UK. We will also learn a little about Japanese culture and life. The whole school will be learning about Japan or the Olympics.
Our science topic this term is all about plants and we will use plant based picture books to help us in our reading.
We will be using a range of high quality texts to support our learning including, Flotsam by David Wiesner and The Promise by Nicola Davies.
To find out about what we will be learning about in other areas of the curriculum, you can view our topic web online shortly.
Please remember that every child in school needs to bring a water bottle to school every day. Wellies should also be in school every day.
As the weather is now warmer, please ensure that children wear a long lasting sun cream and bring a named hat to school.
The windows and doors will largely remain open at school to ensure good ventilation, as a result of this, you may wish to ensure your child has lots of layers to keep warm.
For term 6, PE lessons will be on Wednesday and Thursday. Due to new procedures to keep everyone safe, children should come to school in outdoor PE kit when they have PE.
Please ensure that all items of property that come into school are clearly labelled with your child’s name.
Please do let us know if you have any questions at all. Due to current restrictions, please try and use class dojo for communications or contact the school office to arrange a phone call or meeting.
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