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Year 2 Week Ahead Information

18 三月 2016

An overview of the week ahead in Year 2.

  • A wacky week in Year 2

Information and Reminders

Thank you to all parents for your support with the book week costumes. The children looked fabulous and we have had a lovely week celebrating the joys of reading.

Next week is International week. If you have not contacted your child's class teacher to confirm which country your child will represent in the parade, please get in touch with them.

International week

Monday 21st March - 25th March - No CCAs this week

Monday 21st March - 25th March - International week

Wednesday 23rd March - International Parade & Food Fair – 9am

Thursday 24th March – An evening of international music – 7pm - Auditorium, Performing Arts Centre

Friday 25th March - Term two ends


P.E. Reminder

2A -  Swimming on Monday - Games on Wednesday

2B - Games on Monday - Swimming on Wednesday

2C - Games on Monday - Swimming on Friday


Stars of the Week

2A - Sa’ad Al Mulhem

2B - Haoqi Yan

2C - Sebastian Wessels



We will continue to use the Man on the Moon by Simon Bartram as our reading and writing stimulus.

Our learning objectives covered will include:

  • To use capital letters, full stops and question marks
  • To use commas in a list
  • To use the present and past tense correctly
  • To use conjunctions to extend our sentences
  • To develop positive attitudes for writing
  • To develop stamina for writing



This week in maths our focus will be interpreting data.

Our learning objectives covered will include:

  • To interpret data from simple pictograms, tally charts, block diagrams and tables
  • To present data in different forms
  • To ask and answer questions about totaling and comparing data



As artists, we will look at a selection of portraits by the famous artist, Pablo Picasso. Picasso painted in the cubist style, which means he would paint an object or person from many different viewpoints and then put them all together in the same image. It was a reaction against the older, more tradition style of the time.

We will compare Picasso’s portraits - What do we notice about them? What is your opinion? Do you like/dislike them?

Our learning objectives covered will include:

  • To use a variety of materials and processes
  • To suggest ways of improving their own work
  • To comment on works of art