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Welcome to Year 2S 

Summer Term 2


 Our final term together will be yet another busy one.

  • We have a trip to Farmer Teds on Thursday 21st June to look forward to, as well as a music trip with Mrs Sinclair-details of this will follow soon.
  • We will also be hosting our end of year assembly on Wednesday 4th July, so get your tissues and dancing shoes ready!
  • Sports week is week beginning 18th June during which the children will be taking part in a variety of activities, including sports day on Tuesday 19th June.


We have lots of fun learning planned this term, which we hope will inspire the children: see the topic map below.

Summer Term 1

We have a very busy term coming up with lots of new learning. Our new topic is The Secret Life of Animals, in which we will be learning about life cycles and animals. We will also be taking part in a national science competition to design and build a marble run. Miss Boulton is very excited about this and has lots of amazing ideas for us to try. 

Our value this term is Trust.


We read the story the Lion and the Mouse to help us learn about the meaning of trust. 

Spring Term 2

Our topic this half term is 'Around the World in 80 Days' 

Here is our medium term plan of learning and activities. 


We had busy times in Year 2S during Autumn term. We had a go at stitching with the Art team ladies, took part in Children In Need fundraising and had a bin bag fashion show!

We even fitted a fabulous, Christmas performance of 'Whoops-A-Daisy' Angel in too!


Year2S followed instructions to make a Christmas or winter card for our families.



Autumn term 1 in Year 2S.......


Year 2S visited The Museum of Wigan Life on Thursday 5th October as part of our topic Wonderful Wigan. We had a great time learning about our identity and the past. 

Meet Frank! 

 Frank is Year 2S pet guinea-pig. He loves eating lots of food and listening to children read.

Daily Routine

Our school day starts at 8:45am. In order to gain further independence we encourage children to come into class on their own and remember to hand in any planners, homework books, notes or snack money.  Snack money is paid for the term in advance- see the office for the price for next half term . This will provide the children with a piece of toast for Mon-Fri. Our morning break is at 10.15am, lunch time is 11.45am and afternoon break is 2.00pm. 


We have daily English and Maths sessions, including guided reading and phonics. We implement a creative curriculum throughout as well as Computing, PE twice a week and music with a specialist.




Physical Education 

PE will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We cannot stress enough the importance of having your child’s name clearly marked on the PE kit, PE bag and the rest of their uniform. Your child’s PE kit should consist of a white t-shirt, black shorts and pumps. Earrings are not to be worn. If children have earrings in they need to be removed by themselves. Members of staff CAN NOT remove earrings due to health and safety.



Homework will consist of a piece of English or Maths work and weekly spellings. Homework will be sent out every Friday and must be returned to school by the following Wednesday. That gives children and families 5 days to have a go at the task that will be related to and support learning we are doing in class. Spellings will be sent out Monday with a weekly spelling quiz undertaken in class on Friday. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL HOME TASKS ARE COMPLETD AS THEY ARE THERE TO ASSIST AND SUPPORT LEARNING.


All children will be given a specific banded home reading book. This will be continually targeted to their reading ability to enable them to become confident, fluent readers. We expect the children to read their reading book at least three times a week. In order for their home reading book to be changed, a parent/carer needs to inform us they have read their book with a comment in their planner. We do not expect children to read a book a night! Little and often is the key to a successful and happy reader. We aim to instil in the children that reading is fun and not a chore so an in class prize reward system will be set up.

We will not change the books unless they have been read at home and you have recorded it in the planner.

Bug Club

Once again we will be using Bug Club this year to support and enhance the children’s reading experiences. The details of this will be sent out to you very shortly. All that we ask is that if you read a book, with your child on Bug Club, please record it in their planners.

Class Dojo

Regular communication will be made through the online behaviour management system ‘Class Dojo’. Teachers will post messages, reminders and current updates on life in Year 2S. It is important to sign up as soon as possible to receive regular updates.

Any questions, queries or concerns please feel free to either speak to Miss Stokes after school or make an appointment for a convenient time if not possible.


Miss Stokes


Here are some documents you may find useful and a list of words that every child is expected to read and spell by the end of Year 2.