Year 2

Sapphire 4

Mrs Tigwell / Miss Norris

Mrs Neufville (TA)

Sapphire 5

Ms Bradbury

Mrs Cox (TA)

Sapphire 6

Miss Hill

Mrs Levine (TA)

Our Learning

Please use the links below to learn more about the topics we will be learning about this year.

Autumn - Great Fire Of London

Who burnt the buns? This is the question put to us at the beginning of year 2 as we embark on the first history topic that looks closely at a historical event. We begin by exploring the London of 1666 and comparing it to the London we know now. This helps us to understand why the fire started and spread so quickly. Throughout this topic we have the opportunity to look at a variety of sources and artefacts, including the diary of Samuel Pepys and a visit to St Paul’s Cathedral.

Spring - India

We are transported to the beautiful and diverse country of India in this exciting geography topic. We begin by getting a sense of what India is like through its food, dance, wildlife and culture. We learn that parts of India are very different and focus in on the city of New Delhi and the village of Chembakolli. A trip to the small village of Horton Kirby and a local walk around Forest Hill, help us to think about how the city and the countryside are not only different in India, but also in the UK. Through these experiences, we begin to identify the human and physical features of contrasting environments and also start to focus on mapping skills.

Summer - Seasides

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside! Year 2 ends with this perfect summer topic, which combines both historical and geographical learning. Throughout the summer term we compare seaside localities with our own city locality, thinking about the human and physical features of both. We have the opportunity to carry out local fieldwork and go on an exciting trip to the seaside at Herne bay. As well as focusing on the geography of the seaside, we also discover what seaside holidays were like in the past and compare them with the holidays we take now.

 

Our Learning Letters will keep you informed about what we are doing in class each week.  Please use the links below to access the most recent learning letters.


Use the link below to download a copy of the Key Stage 1 Handbook.

Key Stage 1 Handbook

For more information please visit our curriculum page and context for learning overview.

PE

In line with current government guidlelines children should not bring in non-essential items from home we therefore ask that children to wear their PE kit to school on their PE days instead of bringing their PE kit to school in their bag.

Please ensure that your child you child comes to school wearing the correct PE kit on the days they are scheduled to have a PE Lesson.  To find out more about the PE kit please click here.

Indoor PE Outdoor PE
S4 Fridays Mondays
S5 Tuesdays Wednesdays
S6 Mondays Fridays
Home Learning

Thank you for your support with the children’s home learning so far, it really makes a difference!

Reading: Please support your child to read daily at home. An adult should sign and make a comment in the journal each time your child reads.

When reading with your child discuss what he/she is reading. This will help to develop comprehension and reasoning skills as well as enjoyment. Please click here for a list of question to aid you when reading with your child.

Maths: Children will be given a maths game to play at home each week.

Children may, on occasion, be given a piece of learning to support their class work.


Mathletics and Google Classroom Logins: use the links below to access Mathletics and Google Classroom