Year 2W 2018 - 2019

Miss Wilkinson

Happy New Year! The children have made a fantastic start to 2019, they are working very hard and showing much more determination!

This term, in English, we will be looking at a range of traditional tales and fantasy stories from other cultures. We will also be continuing to learn about different types of non-fiction writing and poetry.


During Maths this half term, we will be focusing on various skills such as addition and subtraction, times tables (2,3,4,5,10), place value, fractions and weight and time. So we will be very busy!

In RE we will be looking at the importance of the Bible and why it is such a special book to Christians. We will be learning about the parables from both the old and new testament and discussing the meaning behind them and the lessons we can learn from these stories.


Our History topic for this half term is ‘Food, glorious food.” We will be learning about how not only food has evolved over the years but the types of appliances that were used hundreds of years ago to what we use now! We might even get to try some of the different types of food that people have eaten over the years.

'Plants' is the focus of Science, we will be finding out about the differences between living things, parts of a plant and what a plant needs to grow!

As you can see we have got a busy, fun-filled half term ahead of us but we would also appreciate your continued support and encouragement with your child’s learning at home as this will help your child’s progress, especially as it is creeping nearer to SATs.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask a member of the Year 2 team!

Many thanks,

Miss Wilkinson 

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St Peter's Church of England Primary School

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Headteacher: Mr A Whelan

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