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Welcome to Year 2!

Who's Who?

A Typical Year 2 Timetable


The following homework will be given out each week to children in Year 2:


Spellings are given out on a Friday to be learnt by the following Friday.

My Maths tasks are set on a Friday to be completed by the following Friday.

Reading should be done at least three times a week at home. This year we are beginning to use Reading Records again, so please endeavour to write in them when you have read with your child. 


Optional extra: Numbots logins will be sent home soon, and your child can choose to go on Numbots whenever they wish. We don't set weekly tasks on it, but it can be a useful tool for extra number practise at home. 


Work which is set on Google Classrooms, only needs to be completed and submitted if your child is isolating at home.

Spring Term 1

This term our topic is 'It's A Material World'!

Here's this term's topic overview mat:

January 2022 - Learning about multiplication through arrays

January 2022 - Science. Exploring materials and what objects they are made into.

Autumn Term 2

This term our topic is 'Journeys'!

November 2021 - Writing our own journey stories based on the book 'Journey' by Aaron Becker.

November 2021 - 2BB Eco warrior speeches

In Art this week we had a Rangoli competition as it was Diwali. First we learned about the festival of Diwali, then looked in more detail at what Rangoli patterns are and how they are created. Then we worked in teams to create a pattern, working on the floor as that is traditionally how they are made!


Enjoy the finished products!

Autumn Term 1

This term our topic is 'Fire and Ice'!


We recreated the Great Fire of London! September 2021

Investigating bonds within 20. Maths, October 2021.

October 2021 - Using < and > to compare number sentences

October is Black History Month! We researched some incredible black explorers and adventurers.

Writing polar stories based on 'Lost and Found' by Oliver Jeffers - October

Harvest Festival in Church! October 2021

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