Presentation on theme: "Hampton Infant School and Nursery Curriculum Evening Year 2 2014-2015 “Lands Long Ago”"— Presentation transcript:
Hampton Infant School and Nursery Curriculum Evening Year 2 2014-2015 “Lands Long Ago”
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 2 The Purpose of Tonight’s Meeting Welcome Introductions Expectations Curriculum Organisation
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 3 The Curriculum Core Subjects: English Mathematics Science
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 4 The Curriculum Foundation Subjects: Art and Design Design & Technology (Including Food Technology) Music Computing French Physical Education History Geography Religious Education Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) & Citizenship
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 5 The Curriculum Numeracy Number and place value Mental addition and subtraction Mental multiplication and division Geometry Statistics Measurement Fractions ratio and proportion
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 6 The Curriculum English Spelling and Phonics – Letters and Sounds Handwriting Writing - composition Grammar & Punctuation Spoken Language Reading
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 7 Reading Daily reading at home is the best way to help your child progress. Please encourage your child to change their reading book as often as they need to. Your child will read regularly to an adult. When we feel that they are ready to progress we will record this in their reading diaries. We really appreciate your comments and check them regularly. Bug Club
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 8 Science Working Scientifically (Sc1 Investigations) 1) Ask simple questions 2) Observe closely 3) Use simple equipment 4) Perform simple tests 5) Identify & classify 6) Use observations to suggest answers to questions 7) Gather and record data to help in answering questions
10 Subjects are linked through cross-curricular topics Planet Earth Space Machines & Inventions Famous People Celebrations Animals & Plants More details can be found on the website in due course.
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 11 Recent visits & workshops have included: RHS Wisley Gardens Florence Nightingale Workshop “The Twits” Creative Literacy Workshop Voluntary contributions Parents with DBS checks will be offered the opportunity to help on trips first.
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 12 PPA – Planning, Preparation and Assessment Cooking will be taught by Lynn Bima Music will be taught by Sue Quinn French will be taught by Marie Branch PSHE will be taught by Angella Thomas
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 13 Assessment Teacher assessment is ongoing throughout the year. Part of the process is the end of Key Stage 1 assessment (formerly known as SATS). We aim to integrate this into the curriculum and make it as stress free as possible.
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 14 Transition An exciting time! Lots of opportunites to visit Hampton Juniors and meet the teachers. Chances to ask any questions and talk through any concerns.
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 15 How else can you help us? We really appreciate your support with spelling. As in Reception and Year 1, your child will be given individual targets at parents evening. Further information about our topics can be found on the Year 2 page of the school website. A weekend trip to a local exhibition or activity centre can be a brilliant way to stimulate your child’s learning and interest. If you have expertise or experience in a particular area we would love to hear from you.
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 16 Polite Reminders Punctuality Possessions – please label all clothing. No toys please! Before and after school Collecting children Absence Avoiding Holidays in term time Communication
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 17 Any questions?
Hampton Infant School and Nursery 18 Good evening and thank you for attending Anna Gibson, Deborah McCall, Rachel Morse-Woolford, Georgia Clark, Sally Good, Safia Ashak, Helen Birch, Sarah Clark and Stacey Morrin.