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Year 2 - Ely

Dosbarth Ely Team



                                                      Miss Morgan                           Miss Williams                           Miss Zedler
                                           Class Teacher                                LSA                                      LSA



School ID is 17699

Twitter: @stDavidsCiWPrm

Google Classroom: glgwf6i

Email: year2@stdavidsprm.cardiff.sch.uk


Key Dates


25th April – Return to School (Summer Term 1)

29th April – Bank Holiday

2nd May – Bank Holiday

3rd May - Wellbeing Day

27th May – Half Term

6th June – Return to School (Summer Term 2)

8th July - End of Term Reports to Parents

 18th July – Transition Week

 22nd July – End of School Year



This half term, our topic is What’s On My Plate with a key focus on Health & Well-Being.


Numeracy: estimation and checking, multiplication, fractions, time.


Literacy: Phonics, spelling, handwriting, informative writing, explanation writing.


Humanities: To take on a more curious nature and ask questions about our topic, finding answers for myself using research strategies.


Science: Planning and creating a healthy menu for a restaurant, reading sugar contents of different foods and investigating, comparing and contrasting this information.


Expressive Arts: Game Design by creating healthy eating board games, TV by writing, directing and editing our own healthy smoothie adverts, Radio by broadcasting what learners know at the start and end of our topic and compare.


RE: Value of Trust

What is the good news that Jesus brings?

Daily Routines



Please bring your book bag to school every day containing your reading book, sound sheets or key words. All books must be returned each Wednesday in preparation for them to be changed each Friday.



Please bring a bottle of water to school daily, clearly labelled with your name.


Healthy snacks can be purchased from the snack trolly or brought in from home. Children will be offered toast and milk in the morning.



Please wear your PE kit to school on Friday's. Children should wear black shorts, house colour or white t-shirt and trainers, labelled clearly with their name. They may also wear black jogging bottoms when completing activities outdoors. 



Please ensure that all items of clothing are clearly labelled with your child's name.


All homework will be assigned and completed through Google Classroom.


Homework will be handed out every Friday to be completed and returned by the following Wednesday.


Please see Dosbarth Ely's Homework Grid and Planner for Spring Term below.





Totally believe that someone has your back,

Reliable to give you a Hope that you may lack.

Unquenchable responsibility to all that you hold dear,

Staying with you when all else doesn't remain near.

Turn to His ways not to lean on our understanding.


Trust is a feeling that somebody or something can be relied upon or will turn out to be good. It is the feeling of being sure about something, even if it cannot be proved.


For Dosbarth Ely, trust may be relying on a friend to help them with work or with a problem on the yard, knowing that the teacher will be there to help them or trusting in their own work and decisions in order to gain independence and self-belief.


The four purposes are that all children and young people will be:

  • Ambitious, capable learners who are ready to learn throughout their lives.
  • Enterprising, creative contributors who are ready to play a full part in life and work.
  • Ethical, informed citizens who are ready to be citizens of Wales and the world.
  • Healthy, confident individuals who are ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.


In Dosbarth Ely, we will start to look at each aspect of teaching and learning and how it will support us in becoming Ambitious, Capable Learners; Enterprising, Creative Contributors; Ethical, informed citizens and Healthy, Confident Individuals.


Our starting point in the Autumn Term will be taking apart each of the Four Core Purposes and asking the learners what it means to them. What does it mean to be ambitious? What does creative mean? Am I a citizen? How can I be more confident?


At St David's we use a scheme called 'Read, Write, Inc' to teach children how to read and write. Below are the letter sounds we will use during our phonic sessions. 



Please visit this link for parents, regarding the RWI scheme:-





Oxford Owl is a great online resource to use at home. Oxford Owl offers many free e-books that you can read at with your child. Please see the link below:-