Welcome to Year 2
Please note that you do not have to print anything out, just view on the screen and complete tasks on paper.
If you have any questions or you would like to share any work, please feel free to email the Year 2 Team at email@example.com
Click here to view the Year 2 blog. Our blog will include challenges, activities and updates of Year 2 home learning. You can click on the title of each blog to make a comment.
Thank you for your support.
Here are some fun activity booklets for you to complete over the summer if you would like some activities to complete.
Rockmount Sports Day from Home! W/C 13th July
This week we would like for you to take part in our Rockmount Sports Day from Home! This Sports Day can be completed independently or with siblings and is focused on encouraging you to achieve your personal best. This means you should try each activity at least 3 times to see if you can beat your previous scores and achieve your personal best.
Coach Charlotte has put together some demonstration videos of each activity to show you exactly how they should be done. We understand that you may not have certain pieces of equipment at home. Therefore, we invite you to use your imagination to replicate the activities! For example, you could use a box to replicate a target area or a sock to replicate a bean bag. You could even use a toilet roll to replicate a football!
Attached below is a score card for you to download and use to record your scores and personal best. Please send them into the year group email address along with any photos of your Sports Day. We’d love to see how you get on!
Please click on the link for your child to complete their weekly Big Maths Challenges: https://app.bigmaths.com/home (These can only be completed once a week online) You can also complete these challenges in paper form, which can be found in the CLIC pack below.
If you need help logging in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with your log in details.
If you require any other information about Big Maths or the challenges please visit https://www.bigmaths.com/home_learning/
Class Teacher: Donna Rankine
Class Teaching Assistant: Anna Strappelli
Class Teacher: Hayley Gorman
Class Teaching Assistant: Lucy Smedley
Year 2 Curriculum Map for 2019-2020
|Autumn 1st Half
English: Story writing; Diary Writing; Recount
Maths: Number: Place Value and Addition and Subtraction
History/Geography: Great Fire of London/London Landmarks
Science: Everyday Materials
Computing: We Are Photographers
RE: Why are some things special?
|Autumn 2nd Half
|Pole to Pole
English: Poetry; Non-chronological Report; Instructions
Maths: Addition and Subtraction; Measurement: Money and Multiplication and Division
History/Geography: Comparing the UK with India and Antarctica
Computing: We Are Researchers
ART/DT: Mixing materials to create a variety of textures
|Spring 1st Half
English: Story writing; Newspaper reports
Maths: Multiplication and Division; Statistics and Geometry: Properties of Shape
History/Geography: Transport through the ages
Computing: We are Superheroes
|Spring 2nd Half
|Watch Me Grow
English: Non-Chronological Report; Books by a Significant Author
Maths: Fractions and Measurement: Length and Height
History/Geography: Our own timeline - Baby to Adult
Computing: We are Detectives
|Summer 1st Half
English: Recounts; Poetry; Instructions
Maths: Position and Direction and Problem Solving
History/Geography: Local History
Science: Living Thing and Their Habitats (microhabitats)
Computing: We are Zoologists
|Summer 2nd Half
|Oh I do Like to be Beside the Seaside
|English: Poetry and Information text
Maths: Measurement: Time and Mass, Capacity and Temperature
Computing: We are Researchers
RE: Inspirational Writing
Year 2 had a fantastic trip to London where we went on the London Eye and enjoyed a cruise down the River Thames. We saw lots of the famous landmarks that we had learnt about throughout our topic.
Our topic for autumn 2 is ‘India’. We have been researching and recording facts about India to create our own non-fiction book. We have also planned and created a diva lamp as well as learning how to sketch famous Indian landmarks. We had a visit from Nabhi who is from a local temple. As part of our RE learning, he taught us about the story of Rama and Sita.
As part of our topic ‘India’, we had a day at school dedicated to India. Everyone dressed up in bright, colourful clothing and we took part in lots of activities. We started the day by helping to cook vegetable curry, potato curry, peas pilau rice, mango lassi, sweet lassi and coconut squares. We had just one afternoon to learn an Indian dance ready to perform for our adults. At the end of the day we sang a song to our adults that we have been learning in music. We also performed the dance and then we all got to eat the delicious food we had made.