Year 2


Welcome to Year 2!

Hello and welcome to Year 2!  My name is Mrs Copley and I am the class teacher along with Miss Morley who is our class teaching assistant.  As well as being the class teacher I am also Maths and History leader.  The most favourite part of my job is getting to work with lots of children who are all different and bring so much joy to our close-knit school family.


Our Curriculum – An Overview

Below is a summary of the areas of learning for children in Year 2. More detailed information can be found on our curriculum pages.



Throughout the year we will read various texts which form an integral part of our studies in reading comprehension and writing.  These texts are: Flat Stanley, Hodgeheg, Hotel Flamingo, The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, The Giraffe, Pelly and Me and Iron Man. 



Setting and character description from images and text.

Diary and letter writing.

Simple narratives – past tense, adverbs of time to sequence events, adverbs to add detail

Recount based on real events

Persuasive writing



Place value

Addition and Subtraction



Multiplication and Division (2s, 5s and 10s)

Length and Height

Mass, Capacity and Temperature




Position and Direction



Animals including Humans

Everyday Materials

Living Things and their Habitats



Foundation Subjects

History – The Great Fire of London and Queen Victoria

Geography – Place Knowledge – The USA, Locational Knowledge – The Continents and the 5 Oceans and Human and Physical Knowledge – Hot and Cold

Art and Design – Painting, Drawing and Sculpture

Design and Technology – Textiles, Food and Mechanisms

PE – Multi Skills Athletics and Multi Skills Dance, Yoga and Gymnastics , Bat and Ball skills

RE – Hindu Dharma and Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Sikh Dharam and the Jewish Faith

We also teach Music, Computing, PSHE and P4C


Useful Information:

Please note that our PE days will be Wednesday and Friday.  Please bring both indoor and outdoor kit.

Reading books will be sent home each Friday along with a reading record.  Please ensure that you listen to your child read daily and then record this in the reading record.  We will then count how many times your child has read that week and this information will be used to decide who is the greatest reader.  Raffle tickets and dojos will also be given out to those children reading at home.  Please return reading books each Thursday.