Year 2

Please take a look at our web page to find out all about what we are up to in Year 2.

It will keep you updated with what we are learning about, events we have been involved in and upcoming information you might need.


To see the class timetable click here


Mrs Field – Class Teacher

Mrs Draper – Class Teaching Assistant

Mr Cassidy – Class Teaching Assistant

Mrs Carr –  RE/French on Wednesday afternoons

Mr Cassidy –  PE on Monday and Wednesday afternoons

Should you need to speak to Mrs Field, please contact the office to book an appointment or catch me in the morning to arrange a time.


6th September – Back to school

20th September – Meet the teacher 8.45am

4th October – Open Day

15th and 17th October – Parent’s Evening

19th October – Individual Photos

19th October – Half Term

5th December – KS1 performance – dress rehearsal 9.15am

6th December – KS1 performances 2pm and 6pm

14th December – Christmas party

17th December – whole school cinema trip

18th December – Carol Concert 2pm Gawcott Church

19th December – End of Term


Weekly Requirement:

Daily Reading

It is really helpful if you let us know how the children are getting on with their reading at home. Please try to listen to them daily and make a comment, or on busier days please sign your child’s reading record to let us know that they have read their books at home.  We will collect the children’s reading records in when they have Guided Reading each week, and award House points if they have read daily and it is written in their reading record book.


Spelling books will be given out on a Wednesday and checked on a Tuesday.  Please help them to read the words and understand what they mean, and then practise spelling them. They could be practised by copying them out and then trying to write from memory, orally spelling them out loud or using the Look Cover Write Check method. You could stretch your child by asking them to put the words into a sentence and write it down.

Maths or English Task

Complete the weekly task of either English or Maths due in on Tuesday morning in their homework books (given out on a Thursday)

Big Talk

Your child will also have a ‘Big Talk’ homework this is to help them to prepare for a ‘Big Writing’ session on a Monday morning.  Please discuss with your child what they will be writing about.  You do not need to record anything for this homework (given out on a Thursday).

You may also wish to help your child with their 2, 5 and 10 timetables.  We will be working on these everyday in class.

Please ensure your child has their spelling book and reading book in their book bag each day as they have the chance to practise them in school.

INTERNET SAFETY (Digital Literacy).

Here are some top tips for safe Internet surfing!

  1. Always tell an adult if you are using the internet and what you are using it for.
  2. Never talk to anybody you don’t know.
  3. Don’t give out any information about you (name, age, address, school) even to people you know.
  4. If something pops up on screen, don’t close the screen and tell an adult.
  5. If you get a mean message or email, ignore it and tell an adult so they can delete it.
  6. Don’t go on to websites you are told not to.

The most important thing to remember is:

If something happens you don’t like or are not sure about, tell an adult!


You can also click on the links below to find out more or report websites that you are worried about.

Think you know how to stay safe online?

Child Exploitation and Online Protection


Topmarks Maths Games

Working with Money

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