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Greenhaw Primary School

Primary 2/3

Welcome to the Primary 2/3 Learning Area!

We hope that the page can be used to share some of the fantastic work completed by our very talented Primary 2/3 children.  

Below is a selection of literacy and numeracy learning intentions for this term. We hope that you will find them useful when supporting your child at home.

Miss Gillespie

 

Literacy

P2 Literacy - Sept/Oct

  • Beginning initial code of new sounds- Write Programme
  • Listening and responding to a range of poems, rhymes and Halloween stories
  • Oxford Reading Tree Key words in conjunction with reading decodeable words from 'Sounds Write' Scheme
  • Focus on capital letters, full stops and finger spaces
  • Using correct letter formation, sizing, orientation and recognition of lower and upper case letters

P3 Literacy Sept/Oct

  • Starting new sounds-write programme beginning with initial code
  • listen to and take part in a range of class discussions.
  • to begin to clearly communicate thoughts, feelings, opinions and ideas.
  • To read key words in line with Sounds write programme and continue to read texts from school scheme, Oxford Reading Tree.
  • To read for pleasure and enjoyment.
  • To be able to use their knowledge of phonics and key words to write more independently.
  • To use full stops and capital letters with increasing accuracy.
  • To learn and begin to understand the use of nouns and verbs when writing and reading.
  • Begin to learn the genre of instructional writing.
  • To be able to write on a line keeping letters consistent in size and forming letters accurately and using finger spaces appropriately.

Numeracy

P2 Numeracy - Sept/Oct

  • Count during number rhyme, jingles and stories.  
  • Solve everyday problems in the classroom or in role play.
  • Recognise and sequence the numerals, initially within 10 then 20.
  • Make a variety of sets for a given number, initially within 5/15/20
  • Talk about shapes in the environment and use everyday language to describe features of familiar 2-D shapes.
  • To begin to understand and use mathematical language when talking about their work.
  • Recognise O’ Clock times on the clock face
  • Recognise special times on the clock face e.g. lunch time, home time.
  • Experience using symbols “+” and equals “=” in the context of practical work.
  • Recognise coins in everyday use

P3 Numeracy - Sept/Oct

 

  • To begin to use Mathletics to improve mental calculation skills.
  • To be able to count on and back to 100.
  • To recognise and understand the symbols + - =
  • To learn number facts to 9
  • To use different counting strategies to find the missing number in a simple equation. 6 + ? = 9. To explain how they found the answer to understand that addition and subtraction are the inverse of each other.
  • To recognise and name “D shape extending to pentagon, hexagon and octagon.

  • To read O’clock and half past times using analogue and digital formats

Important Info

WAU- Our Topic

Topic – Wonderful Me

  • To explore our similarities and differences, whilst learning to appreciate that each of us is unique.
  • To recognise how we change and grow over time.
  • To develop our understanding of the community we live in.

News

22nd Oct 2019
Today our newly elected school council had their first meeting. They were presented...
 
 
 
15th Oct 2019
Today the children from P2 visited Shantallow Library for some Halloween story telling....
 
 
 
11th Oct 2019
This week in P2 and P2/3 we have been discussing our preferred learning styles. So...