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Welcome to year 2!

Year 2 SATs

Please see the attached presentation for some useful tips to help prepare your child for their national statutory tests that they will sit in the Summer term.  If you have any further queries, please speak to your child's class teacherl


On Wednesday 3rd October 2018, year 2 celebrated the end of their Brainwave topic by inviting the parents in to show off all their super learning. The parents took part in tricky puzzles and tested out the children's handmade 3D glasses. They also tested their memories with a picture connections activity- the record was 6 pictures correctly memorised! Lastly, the children had the opportunity to show off their Brainwave learning in their topic books.

Thank you to all those parents who were able to come in and support year 2.

On Friday 28th September 2018, year 2 children shared their fantastic storybooks with their parents. The children had worked hard to include an opening, a scary climax and a resolution. The parents were tasked with looking out for these key story parts as well as correct punctuation and adjectives to describe. The parents wrote feedback for the children to share what they enjoyed about the children's stories as well as how they could be improved.

Thank you parents for coming in so we could share our stories with you!
From year 2


Curriculum Targets

Topic Letters

Please click below to find out what Year 2 will be learning about this term. 


Homework will be sent out on Thursday and should be returned to school on Tuesday. The homework menu allows children to choose which homework they would like to do each week based on what subject interests them the most.  Please date the menu to show which homework has been completed each week.

Reading Records are to be in school every day whether your child has read or not. Reading books may be changed daily if the Reading Records have been signed by an adult to show a book has been read. All Reading Records are checked regularly to ensure that children are reading at home. If you would like to volunteer to come into school to read with children then please do let us know.