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Welcome to Class Leeds!

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Year 2 is named after the city Leeds because this is where Miss Robinson trained to be a teacher. The children spent their first week in year 2 learning lots of interesting facts about Leeds and some children could even share their experience of having visited the city with their family. 

Important Information

P.E - Class Leeds have P.E. on a Monday and Friday afternoon - please make sure your child has a full P.E kit with t-shirt, shorts and plimsolls. P.E. kits will be sent home each term to be washed.


Reading - Children need to bring their reading book and planner to school each day. Their reading books will be changed on a Tuesday or earlier should they finish their book. We are asking parents to ensure that they listen to their child read at home at least three times a week  (signed in their planner) Each week we will name one child in each class to be the bookworm of the week. They will receive a prize from the top of the reading mountain and be awared a certificate in assembly. The bookwork of the week will alsohave their photgraph put on their classes leader board in the school hall. 

Homework - Each half term we send out a homework grid with different activities for the children to complete at home. Each activity is worth a number of points and children should aim to collect 12 points per half term. At the end of the half term children submit their homework for marking and recieve a homework treat if the points have been achieved. We appreciate that as parents you are very busy and if you have any concerns or difficulties completing homework please speak to your class teacher who will arrange for your child to attend lunchtime homework club. 


Our topic this term is 'Superheroes' We will be linking our history, art, p.e, computing and science to this topic, learning lots of facts and skills in a fun and memorable way. We have thought about who our favourite cartoon superhero is and which is our favourite suerhero word - see below to choose your own. The children also thought about everyday real life heroes such as; the fire service, ambulance workers, police, nurses, doctors etc and then thought a bit closer to home to think who their superhero is. The children created some lovely drawings and gave lovely reasons as to why they had picked their hero.

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