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General Information

General Information

Please note that due to the current COVID-19 arrangements, Y2 currently start the school day at 8.40am and finish at 2.40pm. The entrance and exit for Y2 pupils is via Medway Street

The school day starts at 8.30am. We highly encourage parents to stay and support their child with their early morning activity until 8.50am, which is when the register is taken. This is a great opportunity for parents to familiarise themselves with their child's learning within school as activities are either revision or based on that week's lessons. The school day then finishes at 3.05pm.  

If you wish to speak with your child's class teacher, please make an appointment via the school office or using their email address below. 

 

Evington 2 - dlangton@medway.leicester.sch.uk (Miss Langton)

Chandos 2 - acollins@medway.leicester.sch.uk (Mrs Collins)

Class Timetable

P.E lessons

In Year 2, children's P.E lessons are on a Wednesday morning. Earrings and jewellery must not be worn for P.E lessons. Please also make sure that your child's name is clearly labelled on every item of clothing. 

Rewards and Recognition

Children earn passport points for following Medway's 'Keys to Success':

  • Together we succeed
  • Everyone is of equal worth
  • Achieve to full potential
  • More diversity. More acceptance. A greater good.

 

                                          

There are bronze, silver and gold awards that children can achieve throughout the year. 

 

As well as this, children's efforts and achievements are recognised in weekly key stage assemblies with 'Keys to Success' certificates being awarded to two pupils per class. Additionally, pupils can be awarded postcards by their class teacher for outstanding merit following one of the 'Keys to Success'. 

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Don't forget, the new lockdown rules are in place for at least the next 4 weeks, so stay safe. Remember School is open as normal. We expect your children to be coming to school as they would normally.
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