Welcome to Hungerford Bridge Class.

Class teacher: Miss Agyemang

Teaching assistant: Ms Jones


Week beginning: 6th March 2017

March 1, 2017

March 6th 2017

Our key learning objectives for our first week back will be:

Maths- we will be continuing to focus on money. We will be finding combinations of coins to make specific amounts and using our knowledge to solve problems.

Reading- We will be continuing to read The Twits by Roald Dahl.

Writing- we will be using our plans to begin to write a non-chronological report. We will be looking at introductions and conclusions and why they are important.

SPaG- We will be continuing to try to use subordinating conjunctions such as: even though, whether, because, though, while because and if). We are also looking at how to use commas in a list correctly.

Science- Our science topic this term is variation.

Our new topic for this half-term is How Are You? Links with history, art, georgraphy and PSHE.

PE- We will be developing our ball skills and working on invasion games.

RE-Our RE topic this term is Christianity.

Music- Year 2 will continue to have ministrings on Friday afternoons. Please remember to collect your child from the dining hall on this day.

 Maths objectives that you could help with at home:

  • Relationships between addition and subtraction (fact families)
  • Counting on and back in 2’s, 3’s, 5’s and 10’s (to help with multiplication and division).
  • Quick recall of number bonds to 20/ 100.
  • Quick recall of doubles and halves to 100.
  • Reading scales with intervals, for example when weighing ingredients.
  • Finding ways of making amounts of money using coins.


  • SPaG objectives that you could help with at home:
  • Spelling the year 2 common exception words.
  • Adding suffixes to root words (ing, est, er, ly, ful etc).
  • Adding conjunctions (joining words) between clauses e.g. and, then, so, because, when, if.
  • Adding adjectives (describing words) to simple sentences.
  • Exclamatory sentences. These start with ‘what’ or ‘how’, must include a verb and have an exclamation mark at the end. For example: ‘What a beautiful hat you are wearing today!’.