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Freemantle

Church of England Community Academy

Year 2

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24.9.20

New class book: The Fire Cat

Today, we started our new class book called: 'The Fire Cat'. The book is set at the same time the Great Fire of London started. We are also using a second book to help develop our knowledge of the events.

Key vocabulary so far: plague, population, bustling

18.9.20

Accelerated Reader

Your child should have taken home a letter about our brand new reading software. Their login information was included on this letter. Please use the 'Accelerated Reader' icon above to access the Accelerated Reader login screen. Happy quizzing!

18.9.20

Spellings

Spelling information for the first Autumn half term was sent out on Friday. You can also access this document using the 'Spelling' icon above.

16.9.20

Our next class read is: 'Small in the City'

Our next shared class reading is a book called 'Small in the City' by Sydney Smith. We love this book because it can be interpreted so many different ways, providing endless chances to discuss each part of the story.

08.9.20

Our first class read is: 'The Promise'

Our first shared class reading is a book called 'The Promise' by Nicola Davies. This story shows the changes that occur in a sad and miserable city. The city goes from misery to joy because of a kept promise.

07.9.20

Our first topic is: Street Detectives

In this topic, we will be learning about different places within our local area. We will also be exploring other world cities and looking at a key historical event: The Great Fire of London.

04.9.20 Welcome to Year 2

 

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