Croeso i'n Dosbarthiadau Blwyddyn 2!
Classteacher/ Additional Learning Needs Co-ordinator- Mrs V Jones
Classteacher- Miss V Colasanto
PPA Teacher - Mr R Bevan
Teaching Assistant- Mrs K Davies
Teaching Assistant- Miss J Morris
Teaching Assistant- Mrs A Bowler
Teaching Assistant- Mrs Heledd Sherwood
Please drop off children at the start of the day in the main school yard on the East Site, staff members will be in yard waiting to receive the children. At the end of the school day dismissal will be from the year 2 classroom. This can be accessed either by using the side gate in the lane adjacent to Deshi Spice or by going through the school yard towards the back of the school yard.
PE kit is needed for sessions every Friday.
Children are heard reading weekly, so please make sure that your child(ren) brings reading books and home-school link books every day.
- We have a healthy snack time each day when children can eat fruit and drink milk or water. Families send fruit to school with their children and this is then washed and distributed at relevant break points each day.
- For health and safety, children should be brought to school by families with appropriate clothing including waterproof coats with hoods on days when it might rain, warm coats when it could be cold, sunhats,sunglasses and sun-screen on days when it is particularly sunny and footwear that is suitable for wearing both in and out of doors.
We work hard in Brynhyfryd Primary School to try and ensure the highest levels of child wellbeing, health and safety. In order to work in partnership with us we would ask that...
In Year 2, we practise handwriting in our school's cursive letter script.
Please see below how to form each letter using the correct letter formation.
- Practise letter sounds (ask staff for sounds of letters as they are taught in school)
- Practise letter names (use the alphabet song if you'd like but don't forget to use the British English 'z' instead of the American English 'z')
- Practise counting sets of objects by grouping in 2's, 5's or 10's.
- Practise reading and writing numbers to at least 100.
- Help your child to become independent dressing/changing clothes/going to the toilet/using zips, buttons, velcro and poppers
- Encourage your child to 'have-a-go' and gain confidence speaking in front of others
- Ensure there are clear boundaries for your child's behaviour at home. Help them to know what you expect of them and what is acceptable or not in different places at different times.
- Help us make sure that your child and that they are loved and safe both with you and in school.