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Year 2

Welcome to Year 2!




Welcome to our class page.

We will be sharing lots of our learning on here and there will be information and links, too. Keep checking back to keep up to date with what is happening in Year 2.

School Closure Information - March 2020

We have sent Home Learning packs that include a range of paper-based activities covering basic KS1 skills for English, maths and science, as well as a topic grid for children to choose activities from. The pack includes three reading books. In addition, there are the usual homework activities, with weblinks and support on the Year 2 Home Learning page of the school website, which will be updated weekly. I will also upload samples of previous KS1 SATs papers for those who wish to use them. This will support children in reaching the end of KS1 standards when they return to school.



Whilst the children have access to all sorts of media information, it is important that we make this a memorable time for them, rather than an anxious one. This is a time to do things that make them excited – build forts, design robots, make muffins. It’s a chance to let them see learning as something that happens all the time, not just in the classroom. Thank you for your continued support. Take care, and we look forward to seeing you all back safe and sound.

Helping Your Child to Understand Self Isolation and Social Distancing

Helping Your Child to Understand Self Isolation and Social Distancing 1

Information to support the home learning of children with SEND.

Would you like to share what you've been doing whilst you've been learning at home? We'd love to hear from you and see what you've all been up to. Photos can be emailed to Mrs McKenna at smiley

Perfect Poetry!

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I love hearing poetry read aloud. Well done!

A visitor to our playground! 15th May 2020

This little visitor arrived in our playground on Friday. Can you tell me what type of bird this is? Can you add any extra information or maybe create a fact file? Email your ideas to There may be a prize involved!

Prize Winner!

Prize Winner! 1
Prize Winner! 2


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On Wednesday 25th March 2020, we had some early morning visitors to school. Oystercatchers are a rare sight in South Ribble. As our world becomes a little quieter, nature is finding its way. We can be reminded of a verse from Isaiah 58:8 - "Then your light will break out like the dawn. Your recovery will speedily spring forth."

Whether you can go into your garden or are looking through your window, take a look at what you can see. We are blessed with a beautiful world.

Year 2 Induction Booklet

Autumn Term

Autumn Term 1 Year 2 are having an exciting start to the school year. We are exploring stories with familiar settings and will also be going on a visit to Bamber Bridge Library to find out how a library is organised. This will link to work on the history of the local area and the natural environment. In RE, we are finding out about holy books and sharing our favourite stories from the Bible.