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Year 2

Welcome back year 2 - we hope you are well smiley

Please see below for your online learning timetable for this week and also a list of other activities you might like to complete.  If you are having any problems with online TEAMS lessons please email:


TEAMS logins are in the front of your child's blue home reading diary.


NOTE: please see the 'RESOURCES' folder below for this week's spelling list and any other resources which we may upload.  Underneath is information about this week's PE lesson (Wednesday) and below that are this term's Knowledge Organisers.


Remember, you should also spend some time everyday on:-

TTRS or Numbots 

Read a book out loud to an adult

Nessy (if you have a login) for 20 minutes


You can contact your class teacher at  if you have a question or would like to share one or two of your learning activities with us or just to say hello!  Please include your name and class in the subject line.


Slough Healthy Smiles have sent us some lovely resources for you to share with your children - keeping our teeth and gums healthy is so important!  See the SLOUGH HEALTHY SMILES folder below.






ENGLISH READING & WRITING some super ideas to do at home




You might enjoy listening to some of these lovely stories.
Password: love2read



Remote Learning: Parent's Document

PE Remote Learning - Week 3 & 4 - wc 18/1 and wc 25/1

     Virtual Berkshire Primary School Cross-Conunty Championship

25th - 29th January 2021

Log your distance in walking or running and send it to Miss Taylor & Mr Boddy.


Welcome to Year 2


Your teachers are:


Mrs Lawrence (KS1 phase leader) and Mr Fallon - 2 Loris

Mrs Sandhu and Miss Lamba - 2 Yak

Mrs Patel - 2 Panda



KS1 Support Staff


Spring term in Year 2

Welcome back year 2, we hope you had a fun and relaxing Christmas holiday.

Our theme for this term is 'Castles and Dragons'.  We will be learning all about castles, why, how and where they were built; the story of St George and the Dragon; hibernating animals; dragon poetry and much, much more!   Our Knowledge Organisers for this term can be found below, please read them and complete the quiz.


Isolation Work

Please see 'Isolation Work' below for tasks to complete if your child has to self isolate.  You do not need to print the sheets unless you wish to.   As always, if your child is unwell there is no expectation for them to complete the work. 


Book Changing

This term reading books will be changed once a week on a Monday and should be returned to be quarantined on a Thursday.  Please note, we will be checking the children's book band levels throughout September before home reading books are sent home.

Please ensure the reading book and planner are in every day so that KS1 staff may read with your child and record it in their planner.



PE will be on Wednesday for all classes.  Children should come in to school wearing their PE kit please.  All earrings to be removed on Wednesday for PE and long hair must be tied back.



Homework is set each Friday and is due back on the following Wednesday.  In line with school policy each activity should take the following amount of time:-

Reading 10-15 minutes daily

Spelling 10 minutes weekly (tested the following Thursday)

English 20 minutes weekly

Maths 20 minutes weekly 

If your child is struggling to complete their homework in this time, please speak to your class teacher.  Over school holidays your child may be asked to complete a project linked to work which they have been doing in class.


Cracking Number Facts

Cracking Number Facts are tested on a Friday with a two-minute test.  Results are given to the children and if a level is passed a certificate will be sent home.  Please note we do not send home completed sheets - see the note below for more information about Cracking Number Facts. 


Important Reminders

  • Children must bring their planners in daily and try to read at home every evening
  • All dinner money and school trips should now be paid through Parent Pay
  • Year 2 have the option for a hot meal on a Tuesday
  • We do ask that on Mufti days children still wear school shoes. No boots or strappy sandals
  • Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied up


Computing: This is a very useful link with advice about screen time for young children (highlight and right click to open link): -


50 Free Apps & Websites to help your child's home learning

Cracking Number Facts Information

Letter Going Home - Monday 20th July 2020

Year Group

Start Time and Location

End Time and Location

Nursery am*

9.00am–Trelawney Playground

11.45am-Gosling Gate

Nursery pm*

12.30pm-Gosling Gate

3.15pm-Gosling Gate



9.00am–Trelawney Playground

3.20pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 1 and Year 2

8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 3 and Year 4

8.40am–Trelawney Playground

3.00pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 5 and Year 6


8.30am–Trelawney Playground

2.50pm-Trelawney Playground



8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

*Nursery and Reception parents please look out for a separate letter, from Mrs Porter (Early Years Phase Leader), to explain the settling in period in more detail.

Art Therapy Activities to do at home 😊

Supporting reading at home 

Parents Top Tips - Engaging your child in reading


Home Learning

Please allow your children time on the following websites. You will find their log ins in the front of their planner. The childrens' user names and passwords are the same for all of the websites to make your life a little easier!



  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS