Year 2 

Welcome to the Year 2 class page.

Scroll down to find out class information.

Autumn Term


Below is some useful information regarding Autumn term in Year 2.



Children will be following Read Write Inc until half term.


Fire Fire Topic


                     Traditional Tales:                                                                                         Recounts – diary entries and newspaper articles



Number: Place value

Week 1-3


Number: Addition and Subtraction

Week 4-8


Measurement: Money

Week 9-10


Number: Multiplication and Division

Week 11-12



Beginnings – Domestic Church/Family

Signs and Symbols – Baptism/Confirmation

Preparations – Advent/Christmas




Investigating materials and their properties

Children will find out how the shapes of solid objects made from some materials can be changed by squashing, bending, twisting and stretching.


Children will Identify and compare the suitability of a variety of everyday materials, including wood, metal, plastic, glass, brick, rock, paper and cardboard for particular uses.



Please ensure the children have the correct PE equipment for lessons.


Indoor – black pumps, tee-shirt and blue shorts

Outdoor - as above but the children may wear trainers if they wish


  • Dance (linked to topic)

  • Invasion Games (fundamental movements)





  • Tennis (Friday lunchtime)

  • Gymnastics (Tuesday after school)




Homework will go out on a Friday and due in on a Thursday.


Maths homework

Children will get a maths activity. This will either consolidate learning from the previous week or a times tables activity.


English homework

Children will be set spellings to learn at home. The spellings will be from the Read Write Inc Spelling Scheme and will consolidate the rule they have been working on that week.

There will be a spelling test every Thursday.


Reading- varies for each child

Similar to Year 1, children will be given two books to read at home and will be given a reading day. I have also given children ‘reading bingo’ in the back of their English homework book. These are fun activities children can do at home when reading. Children do not need to evidence this in their books.

Children may be given a Reading Focus task; this will be a task that we consider will improve their reading for the following week. This is to be brought back on their reading day.


The children also have access to the RM Easimaths, Sumdog and Purple Mash learning platforms for reinforcement and extension.



Below is a link to information about Year 2. It is not school specific but gives a good overview of the year with plenty of useful information.




For additional information and regular updates follow us on twitter @MrBradyOLOC


If you have any questions you can always email the Year 2 email- and I will respond as quickly as possible.




Mr Brady and Miss Allen