Welcome to Year Two
Our Year Two Team: Mrs Murphy, Miss Anderson and Miss Rose
- Children should bring their reading book and record to school when they have read their book.
- Spellings are given out on a Monday. Children will be tested on their spellings the following Monday.
- PE is on a Tuesday. Please ensure earrings are removed for PE and children have suitable clothing.
- Please bring violins into school on a Tuesday ready for the lesson on a Wednesday.
Please click on the link below to view the timetable for Year Two:
Year Two Curriculum
Please click on the link below to view the curriculum overview for year 2:
Please click on the link below to view the curriculum leaflet for autumn 1:
We worked in teams to program a Bee-Bot with a set of instructions. We had to use our maths knowledge to figure out the shape that the Bee-Bot had created.
We really enjoyed taking part in a football coaching session. We worked on some of our ball skills whilst getting lots of exercise!
Whitehouse Farm Christmas Visit
We had a fantastic action-packed day at Whitehouse Farm. We were guided around the farm by our very own elf. We went on a tractor trailer ride and petted the small animals (rabbits, skinny pigs and even snakes!). We fed the larger animals and took part in our own nativity. Mary even rode into the stable on a real donkey! Thank you to our parent volunteers for coming along.
Collecting and Presenting Data
We had fun finding out about everyone’s favourite ice cream flavour. We made a tally then presented the results in a block diagram.
Children in Need 2019
For Children in Need, we came to school dressed in our Pudsey clothes. We had lots of fun joining in with The Big Morning Move.
We have been learning about length and height. We had fun measuring different objects found in the classroom, including our shoes!
We discovered the wreckage of a spaceship on the school yard. We found cans of space food, a spaceship licence and a map of the galaxy.
Blubber Glove Experiment
We enjoyed finding out about how polar bears are suited to their habitat by taking part in a 'blubber glove' experiment. We used bubble wrap and a rubber glove to keep our hands warm in ice water.