They will be exploring ‘Somebody swallowed Stanley’’ and ‘Beegu’ building on their knowledge of genres and adding new style punctuations into their writing such as commas.
They will be building on their mental arithmetic skills, problems solving and reasoning skills and focussing on the following areas:
Shape, money, multiplication and division, length and height, mass, capacity and temperature.
Materials – identify and compare the suitability of materials and how the shape of solid objects can be changed.
Living things and their habitats- to compare living, dead and things that have never been alive, describe and understand a habitat, identify animals and plants in local habitats and begin to understand simple food chains.
Health and well-being – focussing on exercise and the effects on the body, a balanced diet, keeping healthy teeth and having a positive growth mindset.
Citizenship – focussing on rules and why they are importance, how to discuss issues within a school environment, the importance of school council within school and job roles within the local community and their importance.
RE at Belthorn explores a variety of religions, beliefs and traditions. Children will have the opportunity to discuss their own and understand other peoples’ beliefs. This allows them to gain a better understanding of the world around them and show the importance of acceptance.
RE in Year 2 focuses on: How do we respond to the things that really matter?
During this term, children will discover:
- Christianity – Does how we treat the world matter?
- Hinduism – How might people show their devotion?