Welcome to Kynance Class - Year 2
Step into Kynance and see our 'family', as we shine bright with admirable relationships, kind gestures, respect and forgiveness. Our 'never give up' attitude to life-long learning ensures the best possible outcomes both in and out of the classroom!
We celebrate our differences and explore how tolerance and acceptance of one another’s opinions and strengths combine to create a powerful environment for collaborative learning. We support and encourage one another, building resilience as learners who relish challenge and look upon mistakes as the “building blocks” of our brains. These everyday challenges could be anything from mastering the art of correct punctuation, effective strategies in mental maths or even working out the best route to tackle our outdoor play equipment!
When you step into Kynance class, you will find a family of happy learners and feel the depth of our love and commitment to each other, our school and our learning.
Please always feel free to speak to Mr Smith or Miss Jones if you have any questions or queries.
We have PE on Wednesdays. We ask for PE kits to be in all week as this can sometimes change.
Our library slot is on a Friday afternoon, where the children will choose a book to read for pleasure and will then have the opportunity to change their book on the following Friday.
At St Uny Church of England Academy, we believe homework is anything children do outside of the normal school day that contributes to their learning, in response to guidance from the school. Homework encompasses a whole variety of activities instigated by teachers and parents/carers to support the children's learning.
It has been fantastic to see the enthusiasm and coins collected on Times Table Rockstars - everybody is making great progress. Keep it up!
Our new learning power for this half term is 'Collaboration' and we will be looking to teach and observe all children about the importance of team-work and working the power of working together.
Attached to this page is the homework menu for all children in Kynance class for this term. The aim is to get 10 points during the half term. You can choose your exciting challenges from the homework menu!
Our topic this term is 'Cornwall' and we will be looking at the Cornish tale, 'The Moushole Cat'.
Please see the link below to see what we will be covering this half term.
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