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Year 2 – St Anthony

Welcome to Year 2 - St Anthony

Teacher: Mrs K Dhannie and Mrs C Steele

Teaching Assistant: Mrs T Hogan

Learning Support Assistants: Miss S Wilton and Mrs A Kavanagh

 

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Our Class Saint is St Anthony. St. Anthony of Padua is one of the Catholic Church’s most popular saints. Saint Anthony of Padua, patron saint of lost and stolen articles, was a powerful Franciscan preacher and teacher. He’s typically portrayed holding the child Jesus—or a lily—or a book—or all three—in his arms. 

St. Anthony of Padua’s life is what every Christian’s life is meant to be; a steady courage to face the ups and downs of life, the call to love and forgive, to be concerned for the needs of others, to deal with crisis great and small, and to have our feet solidly on the ground of total trusting love and dependence on God.

 

Prayer to St Anthony

Saint Anthony, great wonder-worker,

intercede for us

that God may grant us our request

if it be for the good of our soul.

Saint Anthony,

be our patron, our protector,

and our advocate in life and in death.

Amen.

 

 

St Anthony's Curriculum Letters

15 MINUTES MILE

We are trying to GET FIT!  Each day, for 15 minutes, we exercise non-stop.  This involves walking briskly, jogging or running.  The children are struggling at the moment, but with daily practise, we hope that their fitness levels will improve.  Please ensure that your child has a water bottle in school so that they can stay hydrated.

 

 

 

 

Glossary of terms for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Year 2 Writing Skills

Fractions-fractions song

We learnt about fractions in class and I promised the children to upload the song. Please help your child learn more about fractions. Thank you.
This one's about simple fractions- they're parts of a whole! Have your child sing about halves, thirds, quarters, numerators and denominators!

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