Literacy at home! 

During your time at home you should focus on the following skills:


To learn all my spellings ( see home school pack)

To learn how to use prefixes and suffixes.

To write stories with detail.

To use adjectives, adverbs and nouns in sentences correctly.

To read with fluency and expression.

To make sure my handwriting is neat, my letters are correctly formed at all times. 

To write sentences that have punctuation such as question marks, exclamation marks and commands.

To use apostrophes in words such as - I'm    Katie's   couldn't  


Please read as many times as you can with your child at home. You can listen to some our teachers read bedtime stories too - keep an eye out on Twitter for these upcoming stories!

Here are some websites to help you with some of these skills:   (Bug Club)  (grammar)


Some basic skills in maths really help us in our work.


The times tables that we need to know are our 2's, 5's and 10's.

Knowing the addition and subtraction facts for numbers up to 20.

Recognising odd and even numbers.

Doubling and halving numbers to 50.

Recognise the place value of each digit in all 2-digit numbers (tens, ones).

Read and write numbers to at least 100 in numerals and in words

Compare and order numbers from 0 up to 100; using how many…?,count, count (up) to, count on (from, to), count back (from, to), count in ones, twos… tens…, more, less, many, few, odd, even, every other. Etc

Count in steps of 2, 3, 5 and 10, count in tens from any number, and give 10 more or less than a given number to 100.

Arrange, read and write numbers in increasing and decreasing order up to 100.

How we do addition in year 2

How we do subtraction in year 2

Our topic is People Who Help Us.

We will do all of our geography, history, music, art, RE, science, D&T and ICT around the topic 'People Who Help us ' We will start by looking at jobs in our communites such as fire fighters. We will also look at The Great Fire of London and what happened there and who helped.

We will visit the fire station soon and the children can compare the differences between past and present in relation to The Great Fire.

In science we will be investigating and exploring materials. One of our lessons is to think about a design for a bucket that could be used if there was a fire.