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Welcome to Year Two - Summer

In Literacy writing this term we will be:

- Writing stories

- Wrtiing riddles

- Improving our work


In Maths this term we will be:

- Use all 4 main operations

- Finding fractions of shape and number

- Solving word problems


In Topic we will be focusing on a number of areas including:


- Slinkachu art

- Coding 

 - Science: solids, liquids and gases

- Geography: Human & physical features, creating our own island, finding similarities and differences between 2 locations

- Great fire of London

- Building structures

Year Two Class Teachers

Miss Gemma Western

Miss Western

Mrs Curtis

Mrs Newman

Mrs Hummel

Mrs Delaney

Miss Tredgett

Mrs Hawkins

Year Two

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Our Value this term is:‚Äč Responsibility

Our sounds for this term are:

The sound /or/ spelt ‘a’ before l or ll

all ball call walk talk always small wall

-al = /l/

metal, pedal, animal, dinosaur, looking, better, across, gone 

Adding –ing, -ed, -er, -est and –y to words of one syllable ending in a single consonant after a single vowel

patting patted humming hummed dropping dropped sadder saddest runner runny


pencil, fossil, nostril, floppy, really, bones, eggs, please, stopped, ever

The sound /u/ spelt with ‘o’

other mother brother nothing Monday money* cover honey

-y = /i/

cry, fly, dry, try, reply, July, shouted, said, gold, also

The sound /ee/ spelt with ‘-ey’

key donkey monkey chimney valley trolley turkey hockey

ychanges to i before –es

flies, tries, replies, copies, babies, carries, coming, he’s, river, liked

The /o/ sound spelt with ‘a’ after w and qu

want watch wander quantity squash quality squabble squad


Gold, told, animal, path, grass, plant, parents, Mr, Mrs, water

The stressed/er/ spelt with ‘or’ after w and the sound / or/ spelt ‘ar’ after w

word work worm world worth worst war warm towards

Break, steak, great, climb, both, only, most, any, many, children

Class Rules

  • Treat each other nicely
  • Be quiet if someone else is talking
  • Walk sensibly
  • Tuck chairs in
  • Sit nicely
  • Put your hands up
  • Look and listen to the person talking
  • Follow the class rules
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