Here is the ‘Meet the Teacher’ information for Year 2: year-2-curriculum-talk-autumn-2023
Here is the Long Term Plans for Year 2: Long term plan Year 2
Here is the PowerPoint from our recent meeting regarding phonics testing and the year 2 SAT tests: St.-Theresas-Year-2-SATs-meeting-
Please see the following for the end of year expectations for Year 2:
Here are the maths targets the Year 2 children are looking at completing in their ‘Maths Passports’: Maths Year 2 Targets
Useful Websites for Home Learning
Year 2 have started the year looking at pirates and treasure in the topic ‘Land Ahoy!’ Navigate, investigate and explore the world, just like Captain Cook. Make a boat, sink a ship, fly a pirate flag. Speak like a pirate, write like a poet, then weigh and measure a pirate’s booty. How do rescues happen at sea? Sing a sea shanty whilst cleaning the poop deck, then search the school grounds for Captain Longbeard’s hidden treasure. There’s land ahead. Let’s get this ship to port. Please see link for more information of the curriculum map.
As part of their ‘Land Ahoy’ topic, Year 2 spent the day at the Golden Hinde! They were able to uncover the history of pirates from Ancient Egypt to the present day with the amazing interactive map, then got a taste of the pirate’s life with a guided, hands-on exploration of The Golden Hinde.
The costumed educators brought history to life with replica handling sessions and role-play as pupils got the chance to join in and take part in the everyday tasks of being a pirate!
This way or that way? Where should we go? Up to the local shops or down to the playing fields? Let’s learn about our local community, looking at houses old and new and finding out how our streets have changed since our mums and dads were young. Perhaps your granny or grandpa went to your school or maybe they worked in the baker’s shop? Make maps and plans of the streets around us, planning our routes. What can you see? What can we find? Whereabouts do you live? Do you know your address? Find out how to write instructions, directions, adverts and learn rhymes all about our community from different times. When the Lord Mayor writes and asks us to help make our street a better place, it’s time to get your thinking caps on and paintbrushes at the ready. Ready to roll, Street Detectives? Get your clipboards and cameras – it’s time to start investigating.