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Stamford Park Primary School

Maple - Year 2

Hello! 

Welcome to Maple Class page. My name is Mr. Hines and I am the class teacher for Maple Class.

 

I have been teaching at Stamford Park Primary School for fifteen years and have experience teaching Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children. I love teaching very much. Being with the children and furthering their learning is something I am very passionate about. I want all children in Maple Class, and the wider school, to enjoy their time here. Please do not hesitate to approach if there are any questions which you wish to ask me. 

 

PE

Our PE days are Monday and Tuesday for this half term. 

 

Spellings

Year 2 will have a spelling test each Friday. Spellings will be uploaded to their Seesaw account. Your children will also be issued with a spelling book. Please only use one page for spelling practice, with the following page being used for the test. 

 

Homework and suggested activities  

Homework and suggested activities will be uploaded to Seesaw each Friday. Please let me know if you have any problems with the homework or suggested activities. 

 

Reading Books 

Maple Class will change their reading books on a Tuesday and Friday. Please remember to sign your child's reading record before their book can be changed. 

 

Library books are issued on a Wednesday. Remember to put your books back in your reading folders on Tuesday night ready to change the following day. 

Mathematics Lesson - How many ways can we make 20?

Handball Taster Session

Building a Bridge Challenge - Can it hold a pencil pot?

Special Visitors - Reindeer and Father Christmas

Carol concert at St Peter's

Christmas with the Aliens!

Making Freeze Frames - Traction Man

One Kind Word - A Workshop On Kindness

Hunt for Suitable Materials to use Outside and Photograph

Remembrance Wreath and Walk to the Memorial

The Great Fire of London Afternoon

School Council Fundraising

 

This year, the school council would like children to create Christmas Cards and support Mission Christmas. 

 

Firstly, the children have been asked to make cards for people who may be lonely and isolated this Christmas. These should be done on card, be colourful and have a nice poem/message inside. Please return them to school for Thursday 11th November.

 

Secondly, we are supporting Mission Christmas in partnership with HITS radio. They send gifts to children who are less fortunate and otherwise wouldn't receive gifts at Christmas. Any donations would be gratefully received. Please remember to label the present with the appropriate age group. The deadline for gifts is Friday 10th December.  

 

Gift ideas are in the following age groups: 

 

0-3 years old - Teddies, Musical Toys, My First Toys, Rattles, Books, and Play Mats.

3-5 years old - Cars, Dolls, Jigsaws, Dress Up Items, Playdoh, Colouring Books and Pencils.

5-7 years old - Lego, Art and Craft Sets, Skipping Ropes, Make Your Own Photo Frame, Snow Globe, Jewellery Set, Action Figures and Board Games. 

7-9 years old - Footballs, Board Games, Remote Control Toys and Stationery Sets
9-12 years old - Board Games, Make Up Sets and Nail Varnish

Diwali Celebrations

Great Fire of London afternoon

Messy Church - Activities surrounding the Christian story of Jesus walking on water

Science Investigation - Why do some things bouncy better than others?

Maple Class D.T. Project - Making Moon Buggies

Harvest Festival - Paint Box Song

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Harvest Festival - Five A Day Song

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Harvest Festival - Year 2 Harvest Poem

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Freeze Frames - The Man on the Moon

Addition and Subtraction Using 10s and 1s

Stain Glass Windows Based on 'Jonah and the Whale'

Testing the Absorbency of Materials

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