Welcome to the Incredibles! Here you will find all of the fun learning that the Year 2 children are completing.

Let’s meet our “incredible” staff…

Miss Bailey, Miss Grocott, Miss Stubbs and Mrs Lewis


This page is intended to help you feel involved and informed of everything that we do.

Please take the time to explore our page where you will find lots of important information about your child's learning.


In our class, we encourage the children to be; 


We are always ready to learn.

We are patient and we pay attention so that we can be super learners!


We look after each other and the school property.

We take care in all that we do.


We listen carefully so that we are safe at all times.

We use our kind hands and we follow the instructions all of the time.


For the Summer 1 half term we will be enjoying the topic ‘Where would you prefer to live - England or Kenya?’

In this topic, we will be inquisitive geographers. We will understand geographical similarities and differences through studying the human and physical geography of a small area of the United Kingdom, and of a small area in a contrasting non-European country. We will identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the United Kingdom and the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the North and South Poles. To enhance our learning of geography we will also use world maps, atlases and globes.

In Art we will be using clay to create 3D houses. We will focus on shaping and decorating clay. We will create a pinch pot and design and make a clay tile with house features. This unit will help to emphasise children’s skills in working with clay and applying artistic techniques in a structured project.

In English, we will be completing lots of fun learning activities based on the stories of ‘Hansel and Gretal’ by Antony Brown and ‘The Enormous Crocodile’ by Roald Dahl. The children will be retelling and later innovating these stories. They will also use story maps and differentiated texts to help them write these narratives. We will be learning to plan our writing, breaking it up into beginning, middle and end, as well as correctly using their just do it rules! As well as going on a journey into the world of narratives, the children will also explore non-fiction texts and write a non-chronological report comparing Kenya and the United Kingdom. We will use the text ‘If You Were Me and Lived in…Kenya’ by Carole Roman to enhance our learning. We can't wait to see what the children achieve!


Click on the image below to listen to the stories:


In Maths, our clever Mathematicians are learning about position and direction. They will also be developing their knowledge of time, weight, volume and temperature. The children will also use concrete, pictorial and abstract methods to solve questions and challenges, using methods efficiently to solve problems. If you need any support with helping your child at home, please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher via Class Dojo.

We will also be learning about making music using computers. They will listen to a variety of pieces of music and consider how music can make them think and feel. Learners will compare creating music digitally and non-digitally. Learners will look at patterns and purposefully create music.


To support your child further with their reading skills, please click onto the link below to watch Read, Write, Inc's engaging phonics videos. Your child will be familiar with the routines used in Read, Write, Inc. 


Do you love to listen to stories? Click on the image below to take you to a fabulous website where you can listen to a variety of stories read by different authors.

Audible for Fire TV: Appstore for Android

Click here to find more educational websites and ideas to support your child at home.


Wait until you see what our children have been up to…



How can you help your child at home? Check out our useful links… But be prepared to use your MAGIC learning behaviours to help you to tackle tricky problems!