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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2!

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Welcome to Year 2!

Our year group provides a safe and fun learning environment, where children enjoy a new and exciting learning journey every half term. In Year 2, we encourage children to be independent and resilient learners who have a thirst for knowledge.

On this page you will be able to find out more about what we are doing this term as well as access links to support with homework, home learning and wider curriculum.

The Year 2 Team

What are we learning about this term?

Click on the pictures below to learn more about what we do each half term...

Curriculum Overview 2023/24

Weekly Timetable



Year 2 Homework Expectations


The children will bring home their Little Wandle reading book each Friday. They will have been reading this in class with a member of the Year 2 Teaching Staff. They will have practised decoding the words and reading the text fluently. Bringing it home is an opportunity for them to share what they have learnt with you and celebrate their reading success. We ask that you find 3 times through the week where they can read to you for 5-10 minutes from the book. Click here to find out more about Little Wandle

Letters and Sounds | A complete Phonics resource to support children



Pupils can use their Numbots login to complete games through the week that serve to build and embed early number sense. We recommend 15 minutes a week. Click here to access Numbots

NumBots | Welcome to the NumBlog!


Spelling Shed

Pupils will be set homework on Spelling Shed relating to the Phonic Level they have been assessed at. Again, we recommend 15 minutes of engagement with this over the week. The password for this will be in your child’s book bag. Click here to access Spelling Shed

Spelling Shed - Spelling Shed - The Science of Spelling



If you have any further questions regarding homework, please contact your child’s class teacher.