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Year Two

Welcome to Year Two! We are delighted to have our new class all back together. Year Two is a very special year as it is their final year in Key Stage One. We intend to ensure that your child has an exciting range of curriculum opportunities to achieve their full potential. Year Two is a time for becoming a more independent learner and taking on more responsibilities now that they are the oldest in their key stage. 

The children have made a great start to the school year and have returned as eager as ever towards their learning. 

Please find below the following documents:

A welcome letter outlining any important information for Year Two and a curriculum letter outlining what we will be learning about in the Autumn term. 

Miss Hayward

Important Dates: 

Thursday 12th November  - Jobs Topic Day - Details regarding this day are to follow

Year Two Remote Learning 

In the event of your child having to self-isolate, please use the information and resources below to support their learning at home:

Daily Essentials:


  • Practise counting in 2,3,5,and 10's forwards and backward from 0  
  • Finding one more, one less, 10 more, ten less than a 2 digit number
  • Ordering and comparing two digit numbers using the signs < (more than) > (less than) and = (equal to)
  • Practise number formation and writing number words 

Timestables: We are currently learning our 10 times tables out of order to 12 x 10

The following video is great to help with this. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-the-10-times-table-with-webster-the-spider/zm32cq

Suggested website to practise times tables, counting, halves and doubles and number bond to 10 and 20:  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button



  • Please continue to listen to your child reading a range of texts. (fiction, non-fiction and poetry)  
  • A Year 2 book list is can be found on this website: https://www.booksfortopics.com/year-2

Jobs Topic Day 2020

What a fantastic day the children had! They all looked brilliant in their costumes. We had a fashion show, did lots of role play in our chosen jobs and even researched interesting facts about our chosen careers. 

Weather and Seasons Topic Day 2020

The children had a wonderful day tasting different foods from each season. In the afternoon the children watched weather forecasts and then they wrote and performed their own weather report infront of the class. We also had a zoom call with a weather expert from the met office who answered lots of our questions about different types of weather and how they record it. 

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