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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2

In Year 2, our focus is to assist your child to continue to develop a love of learning and equipping them with the skills to become self-motivated, engaged learners who take ownership for their own learning. We do this by providing a curriculum that is tailored to the children’s diverse educational needs and interests, and by providing a safe, supportive, and positive environment in which to grow and learn. The children are given opportunities to work independently as well as collaboratively to develop and practise their social skills.

Term 1

Year 2 Website Term 1 2023
What a busy Term 1 in Year 2! Here are some of the learning experiences from this term:
• Creating, exploring, and playing in the Investigation Hub.
• Using our senses to recreate Shel Silverstein’s ‘Spaghetti’ poem.
• Writing procedures.
• Reflecting on the season of Lent, including making pancakes for Shrove
• Creating a promotional poster/advertisement on sun safety.
• Designing and making a Sun Smart hat.
• Learning the importance of pool safety and participating in swimming
• Celebrating Harmony Week, including wearing traditional clothing for
Multicultural Day.

Term 2

Term 2, 2023

Year 2 News

What a sensational term we have had in Year 2! Here are some of the learning experiences from the term:

  • Created, explored, and played in the Investigation Hub.
  • Wrote narratives.
  • Reflected on our school Virtues including resilience, persistence, kindness, patience, and courage.
  • Explored Place Value and reading and writing numbers up to1000.
  • Continued to solve simple addition and subtraction problems using mental math and written strategies.
  • Explored three-dimensional shapes and their properties.
  • Learned and used the language of chance.
  • In Week 9, we performed our Year 2 Class Assembly. We sung, ‘I Have A Go’, a song about having a positive growth mindset, danced to ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams, showed the videos we created on the Clips app about the Virtues we looked at this term. We shared an iMovie re-enactment of ‘Bibdjool the Gecko’, a Noongar Dreaming story about the importance of responsibility. We had lots of fun and enjoyed performing for the school.

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