Welcome to Year 2

We would like to welcome you and your child to Year 2.  We all hope that your child will enjoy their time in Year 2 and will build on the skills and knowledge they have learnt in Year 1. Year 2 is the final year in Key Stage 1, when we encourage the children to become independent learners ready for Key Stage 2.  



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Please find our Year 2 meet the teacher presentation below.  



Parliament week!  The children in Year 2 spent time each day debating important issues and voting on their onion. 

Why do we celebrate Bonfire Night?

This is our History unlocking task to start our History topic with a bang!

We can't wait to find out what will happen when we add the final ingredient!


Try this at home!

Here is our Geography unlocking task to start our learning 'Why should we go to China?' 

We have been locating places in China.  Do you know what the capital city of China is?

In Design and Technology, we have been designing, making and evaluating packed lunch boxes.  Look at how we are reinforcing the corners and making the handle stronger so our lunch doesn't fall out!


This half term in History, we will be learning about Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night.  The children will learn facts and gain knowledge about this significant event in history.  This is the Year 2 knowledge organiser to support the children's learning. 


In Art, we will be focusing on portraits.  This knowledge organiser outlines the key facts and skills the children will be learning this half term. 


Please scroll down to see what our year 2 pupils got up to last year.


Goodbye and Good Luck      Goodbye and Good Luck


Rockin' our Times Tables

Please encourage your child to visit TIMES TABLE ROCK STARS as often as possible.


Year Two Science trip to Orrell Water Park

Rev. Pearson come into school to teach us about The Last Supper.


Thank you Damian from Operation Encompass who came into school to talk to us about friendships and feelings. 


Jesus: A friend to everyone


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