Welcome to Year 2
Welcome to the Year Two page!
Here we aim to share useful information that you can refer back to, we also want to celebrate and share the children’s learning with you.
- Our PE day is Thursday and we also run the daily mile in addition to this. PE kits should be in school everyday.
- Spellings are uploaded to Seesaw every Monday and will be tested in school on Fridays.
- Homework will be uploaded to Seesaw every Friday and is due the following Thursday.
- Please ensure your child brings their reading record to school every day where we will change it if they have finished it home.
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Mrs Hunter and Mrs Young
Here is a list of websites you can use in Year 2.
In Year Two we use Seesaw as our virtual classroom. Please click here for a link to the Seesaw website. If you have any difficulty logging on please e-mail the office at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will generate a new login code.
Year 2 Spellings
Year Two Statutory Spellings
Below are the Year Two statutory spellings. These are covered in class and also through the weekly spelling tests but any additional practise will help the children become confident with the Year Two spellings. Repetition and application is key when it comes to children remembering their spellings. Thank you for your ongoing support with this.
Weekly spelling will be uploaded on to Seesaw.
Learning in Year 2
Half Termly Curriculum Overviews
Click on the images above to see our half termly curriculum overview.
Click on the link below to see what Year 2 will be learning throughout the year.
In Year 2 we have been practising our painting skills. We learnt how to hold our paintbrushes correctly, use the correct amount of paint on our brushes and practised our colour mixing skills. We made tints of blue using white paint. We think our winter scenes are fantastic!
Art Autumn 2
This half term we are focusing on art skills. We will be painting, weaving, shading with pencils and creating textures on clay.
So far this half term, we have practised mixing primary colour paints to make different shades of the secondary colours. We applied our skills to create these colourful plates which were inspired by the work of Clarice Cliff.