Thanks for visiting our Year Two page. Below you will find a range of websites that will help your child with their learning. Some of them we already use in school in lessons, so the children will be familiar with them. We hope you have fun!
Below, you will find the year 2 class email addresses, on which you can message the class teacher.
Mrs Hunt's class: email@example.com
Mrs Edwards' & Mrs Smith's class: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 2 homework will be uploaded to this section of the class page. Please check back each week to see any new tasks which have been set for you.
Reading books will be sent home every Tuesday, please keep the books at home and return the books the following Tuesday and we will then issue the children with a new reading book.
This section of our page contains links to lots of fun maths resources for you to access.
In order to catch up on missed learning following the school closure the Year 2 spellings sent out initially will be taken from the Year One Common Exception and High Frequency word lists.
We will also continue to teach phonics in class with a focus on using the sounds to spell words eg. knowing that the ‘ai’ digraph tends to be the most common spelling used for the ‘ai’ sound in the middle of words.
In addition to the words that will be posted each week there is some Maths vocabulary which pupils are expected to spell by the end of the Key Stage. If you could weave these into your pupil’s learning each week that would be much appreciated.
Please could the children practise these spellings at home, the children will then be quizzed on them the following Friday before the next set of spellings are added to the class page.
As well as practising at home, children will also have the opportunity to practise these spellings during curriculum time at school.
Spellings to learn from Friday 23rd October, children to be quizzed on Friday 6th November.
Maths vocabulary which pupils are expected to spell by the end of the Key Stage.
Check out the following web pages for some fun English and grammar resources:
Supporting reading and Literacy
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Join our Virtual Reading Club and take part in the mini Easter challenge or the illustration challenge. Includes templates to download, links to online reading resources (including e-books and audio books), the Book Doctor to help with reading conundrums and you can even add your book reviews too! You can also explore the work of well-known illustrators and create your own book cover. You can gain awards for the more you read, just like with the local library’s Summer Reading Challenges
P.E will take place on a Thursday and a Friday afternoon. All children will need to come into school in a P.E kit that is appropriate to wear outdoors. Please remember to bring a hoodie if the weather is not looking too good, as we will be outside whatever the weather. The children will also need a water bottle.
There are lots of activities linked to our theme in the weekly learning packs, so we'd encourage you to work through these first, and supplement them with the websites below.
Should your child be off school for a short period of time and you require work for them please use the following to guide their learning. They can also continue to read their school books regularly at home and continue practicing their spellings which are updated weekly on the class page. There are also lots of phonics games on the website that you could use to help with your sounds.