Welcome to our Year 2 Class Page
Autumn Term Spellings
Detailed below are the weekly spelling lists that the class will be learning this half term. Please click on the button should you need to download a replacement copy.
Week beginning 14th September
Week beginning 21st September
Week beginning 28th September
Week beginning 5th October
Week beginning 12th October
Week beginning 19th October
Week beginning 2nd November
Week beginning 9th November
Week beginning 16th November
Week beginning 23rd November
Week beginning 30th November
Week beginning 7th December
Week beginning 14th December
Common Exception Words
As well as the Year 2 spelling programme of study, the children also need to be able to read and spell in their independent writing these frequently used words that are exceptions to the usual spelling rules.
Please follow the link to the list published by Twinkl.
Autumn. The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.
It's also the season that marks the start of the new school year...
...and isn't it good to finally be back in school!
We have a busy term ahead of us, but most importantly it's all about the children getting back into the routine, meeting again with their friends and enjoying all the challenges and fun times that are part and parcel of the school day.
Autumn Term 1
Topic Enrichment - Life in the 1960s
Year 2's history focus this half term is "What was it like when grandma was a girl? Life in the 1960s."
In class the topic would focus on the Victorian and Edwardian eras and cover:
where the popular destinations were
the importance of the railways in making holidays possible
the similarities and differences between a seaside holiday now and in the past
staying in a guest house
bathing machines and swimming costumes
entertainment including the Punch and Judy Show
Here are some suggestions for the children to do at home to cover these areas of learning and a selection of websites that could be used to find out information.
Summer Term 1
Home Learning - Topic Enrichment
Year 2's topic this half term is "What was it like to live in Bury 100 years ago?"
If we were in school, the areas that the topic would cover include:
houses and homes
the industries where people worked
school, toys and play
the paintings of L.S. Lowry
Here are some suggestions for the children to do at home to cover these areas of learning.