We will be exploring the wonderful habitat of the seaside this term!

Did you know that fish don't have eyelids so they can't close their eyes! Also, baby puffins are called pufflings. Aahh! Have a look at our home learning suggestions to see what exciting challenges you could do. 

If you would like to do something else how about making your own Seaside project! What amazing facts can you find? What is your favourite creature? Please email us with your wonderful work. 

Year 2

Our Teachers

We have three classes in Year 2:

Lime Class, Red Class and Purple Class

They will be supported and guided through this important year by:

  • Miss Hunt
  • Mrs Lally
  • Mrs Bhardwaj
  • Mrs Garnham
  • Miss Bridger
  • Mrs Cox
  • Mrs Mills

All working together to help the children to achieve their full potential and to make good progress.

Miss Hunt is our Year Group Leader.

Click here to read our leaflet which outlines learning expectations for the end of Year 2.


50 Recommended reads for Year 2

Age 5-7: Books for reading together at home
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Features of the seaside - What features do you know about this special habitat?

A trip to the seaside - by Daisy (Red Class)

Click here to find our Year 2 Curriculum Newsletter.

If you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss with us then please do drop into the office to make an appointment to see us, we are more than happy to meet with you to discuss any issues

We have been very happy to see so many of the children wearing their full correct school uniform and setting such a brilliant example for the rest of the school, thank you.

We would like to remind you that all children should have a school PE kit to change into as we will have regular lessons each week.

We encourage all children to bring a water bottle to class, which they can refill at regular intervals during the day in order to keep themselves well hydrated and to keep their brains working to the best of their ability.

In Year 2 homework is vitally important for the children, as it helps to reinforce the learning that has gone on during the week.

We urge you to support and encourage your children with their homework and do let us know if the homework is too difficult or indeed too easy! 

In addition all children should continue to read at home, at least five times a week with an adult 

Children should have their homework journal in school everyday.  This will be checked by a school adult every week.