Year 2 Information

  • Miss S Wilson

    Year 2 Teacher

  • Mrs Hallett

    PPA Teacher

  • Mrs A Statton

    Teaching Assistant

Welcome to Year 2's class page. In Year 2, the teacher is Miss Wilson; Mrs Hallett teaches for half a day on Tuesday for PPA cover. The Teaching Assistant that helps with our learning is Mrs Statton.
 
PE Days
 
Our PE day is on Wednesday, but please ensure your child has the correct PE kit in school every day. 
 
Home Learning
 
The children's home learning will always to be read their book. The children will also get 10 words at a time to learn as part of their spelling programme - please support your children at home by using strategies and activities which have been sent home. Children will also be expected to practice their handwriting and their times tables (2s, 5s, 10s and know the related division facts).
 
Tuesday Afternoons
 
This year, on Tuesday afternoons, Mrs Hallett will take the class for forest school style sessions to cover my PPA. Your child will need a change of clothes (old ones that can get muddy) and shoes/boots in a named bag. They will also need a waterproof coat or jacket and if they have waterproof trousers that would be great too. We will be outside whatever the weather! It will be messy.
Key Information
 
Below is the key information parents need to know for Year 2. If there are any questions please come and see me before or after school.
Phonics and Spellings 
 
By Year 2 children should be confident with their phonics up to phase 5. Please support and encourage your child to learn their phonic sounds and their Year 2 spellings. Below is a list of all the Year 1 & 2 spellings they will need to know by the end of the year and the phase 4 and 5 phonic sounds. There is also a range of strategies to support the learning of these.
Support and Advice for Parents
 
Please find below information and advice that can support you in helping your child with their reading and writing. These are useful documents which will allow you to support your child at home by continuing their learning from class.