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Year 2

Welcome to Year Two


Teacher: Miss L Langston

Teaching Assistant: Miss C Ellams



Thank you for visiting our website. Please have a look at what we have been learning this term!

School reminders

  • School starts at 9:00am with the school gates opening at 8:35am (allowing extra time for all the children to make their way onto the school playground).
  • Please ensure the office staff have your up to date contact details.
  • Please ring the office if your child will be absent. 
  • Breakfast club starts at 8:00am and the gates will be closed at 8:15am.


If you have any questions or concerns please see Miss Langston. I am more than happy to speak to parents about any issues or conerns or whether you want an update regarding your child.

Zoom access information for Friday's celebration assembly!


Personal Meeting ID: 942 4689 1777


Passcode: u3iicu 

The above is a link to our School Zoom celebration assemblies and the Meeting ID number and password you will need to access the assembly. 

Curriculum newsletter- Autumn 1

Current Topic: 

Our current topic is dinosaurs! We are really looking forward to  exploring and learning all about life as a dinosaur and the many types of species of dinosaurs that once roamed Earth! 



We are currently reading lots of dinosaur themed books. The book we are reading in Literacy is 'How to grow a dinosaur' which is about a little boy who plants magic beans in his back garden and grows lots of dinosaurs. 


We will also be reading 'The Christmasaurus' by Tom Fletcher for pleasure leading up to Christmas. This is a story about a boy called William and a dinosaur named The Christmasaurus. It's all about how they meet on Christmas Eve and have a magical adventure together. We can't wait to read these fantastic books!


Reading books


Children need a reading book in school each day, they are also expected to read at home every day in order to improve fluency and accuracy. Books are closely matched to their reading ability and will be changed as they improve and can answer comprehension questions about the text.



PE Day is Wednesday - please make sure you bring the correct kit (white top, dark shorts and indoor shoes in the Winter term). Please make sure any earrings can be removed or are not worn on PE days. I recommend children bring their P.E kits to school on Monday, leave it at school and take it home Friday to be washed.


School uniform

We pride ourselves on the appearance of our children. Please help us to maintain this by ensuring all children attend in the correct uniform, including school shoes. 

Here are the 200 High Frequency words for Year Two, children must be able to read spell all 200 words by the end of the year. See if you can read and spell them all 200 words!

Home learning pack

Here is a variety of learning that can be completed at home while school is closed. The learning packs that have been sent home have paper and pencils for you to do the following activities. Stay safe and have fun home learning.

Miss Langston

Here are booklets and activities to help you with your maths.

Count by 5's | Exercise and Count By 5 | Count to 100 | Counting Songs | Jack Hartmann

It's easy to count by 5! My video, Exercise and Count by 5's is a classroom hit across the world. It's cool Latin beat makes it easy to exercise and count by...

Count by 10's Count by 10 | Count to 100 | Counting Songs | Jack Hartmann

Skip Counting Forward and Back is an educational song that focuses on skip counting by 10's to 100 and then skip counting down from 100 to 0. The upbeat fun ...

Count by 2 | Dancing 2's | Skip Counting by 2 | Count to 100 | Educational Songs | Jack Hartmann

3 Times Tables - Have Fun Learning!

4 Times Tables - Have Fun Learning!

Here are some links and documents to help you with writing, comprehension, spelling, punctuation and grammar in Year 2.

Here are some activity packs and worksheets that will help with science understanding and ideas of experiments that you can do at home.

Here are activities all about Easter.

Here is some information and activities for you to help look after your child's mental health.

Here is the Design Technology and Art homework I sent home in the packs for the children to explore their creative skills and to help immerse themselves in the topic Australia. It gives examples of what you could make or create at home.

The following websites have high energy, and mindfulness/yoga activities. 

Below are examples of weekly schedules, for home learning, which include a variety of tasks including Maths, Spelling, Writing, Reading and Projects. They can be done in any order, have links to websites and online platforms and follow a theme.