Welcome to Year 2!  Here you can find useful links to support your learning at home as well as find key documents that we use in class.

We will also communicate on Class Dojo day to day.

This Half Term our Topic is…


Five ways the Great Fire changed London - BBC News

Use the documents in the useful downloads section to find out more about our learning and to help you learn what you need to know this half term.

We will send home home learning activities and other useful tasks.

Learning at Home

If you find time at home try one of these 3 key skills this half term

1. Reading – read at least 3 times a week and read whenever you can – cereal boxes, bus stops, adverts, shop windows! Read, read, read and adults model reading in your life.

2. Learn your number bonds – 2 and what make 10? 3 and what make 20? Practise these as much as you can – you could also practise your 10 times tables so that you know the division facts – “How many 10s in 30? How many 10s in 60?”

3. Tying your shoelaces – This is such a tricky skill you will need to practise at home as well as at school.

Key Dates, Events and Activities

PE:   – PE kit to be worn on Tuesdays (outdoor) and Thursdays (indoor)

Woodland Learning: We will have one woodland day this half term date TBC.    

School Trips & Events: These will only be held once we are all satisfied they will be safe and guidance allows. .


We understand that sometimes the return to school after a break can be difficult and will do everything we can to support your child. Please be assured that our classroom will continue to be the safe, fun and engaging place it has always been. The return to school will be CALM and all the children will be looked after. If you ever wish to contact us please use Class Dojo to message us – no worry too small – and we will repsond as soon as we are able.

For more information about how we are approaching the return to school and plan to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that supports your child’s academic needs alongside their emotional wellbeing please read out Recovery Curriculum Document.


If your child has specific additional interventions in connection with an IEP or outside support agency Mrs Stafford will be in touch to provide you with resources to support at home. You can also find additional support on the SEND page of this website. 



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