We hope that you and your children have had a very enjoyable summer break, and we would like to welcome everyone back to the start of a new term. 

CLICK HERE for information about our residential. 

The autumn term is always a busy time for children in Year 2. In English, we will be learning about stories with familiar settings while also concentrating on grammar, spelling and punctuation (GPS). 
In Maths, we will be recalling number bonds to 10, 20 and 100 while also securing children’s knowledge of place value, addition and subtraction. In Science, we will be studying ‘Materials’ and in Geography we will be learning about the countries of the UK and the 7 continents of the world. In Art, we will be creating an autumnal collage based on the work of Arcimboldo. After half term we will study transport through time in History and in DT we will be designing our own healthy fruit smoothie.

For more details about our learning tis term please click on the Autumn Term Curriculum Overview.

PE sessions for Class 2 will take place on a Wednesdays and Fridays for the first half term, within each term, and Mondays and Wednesdays in each second half term.

Please ensure that children have the correct PE kit in school at all times. Should you wish, PE kit can be purchased from the school office. Please can we remind parents that no jewellery should be worn in school with the exception of stud earrings, and in line with Health and Safety guidelines these should not be worn on PE days. Children may be asked to remove earrings before PE sessions.

Children in Year 2 receive regular maths and English homework. Spellings will be given out on Friday and tested on the following Friday. Children are still expected to complete their reading comprehension homework and questions are usually found inside the front cover of their reading book. Children should complete at least one comprehension per week. Additional creative homework (purple book) will also be given out throughout the year.

In an effort to provide you with as much information as possible, we have included a copy of your child’s timetable. This gives a brief outline of your child’s day but should be viewed as a guide only, as it is often necessary to change lessons as circumstances within school dictate. Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher, who will usually be available at the end of each day.

Thank you in anticipation of your continued support.


November 2018

Class 2 had a fantastic day today at the Black Country Museum. We found out lots of new things about transport through time and even managed to fit a trip to the cinema in too! Well done to all children for behaving so brilliantly, we are very proud! 




Class 2 took part in a lot of different activities to remember those who fought for us in the Great War and World War Two. We made and painted clay poppies and wrote beautiful repeated poems. Well done Class 2! 



Class 2 have been trying different fruit and vegetables ready for their smoothie making in DT. Well done for trying all of it!



Class 2 have been getting creative in Art in the style of Guiseppe Acrimboldo. Well done Class 2!


Photos from 2017/2018

Class 2 have been working hard in DT to create some amazing sunflowers! Well done Class 2, you should be very proud!


Class 2 have been working really hard at home on their 'Transport Through Time' timelines. We are really impressed, keep up the brilliant effort!

May 2018

Year 2 have worked hard to design their own commemorative plate to celebrate the Royal Wedding.


April 2018

Today Year 2 have enjoyed becoming Digital Artists, creating masterpieces in the style of Vincent Van Gogh.



March 2018

The children in Year 2 celebrated World Book Day by dressing up and joining in with different book related activities.


The children in Year 2 worked with their moms to create a beautiful photo frame.


Autumn Term

  Supporting Children In Need

Look at our fabulous Autumn collages!


In Science we have been using our measuring skills to investigate if the largest child has the largest feet. Our results showed that this is not true.