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Year 2 Mr Milne


Mr A Milne - Class Teacher

Mrs N Smith - Class Teacher

Mrs S Hawkins - Learning Support Assistant

Attending School 

The school day starts at 8.50am.  

Please do NOT send your child to school if they are unwell or have any Coronavirus symptoms. Let the school office know if your child is not attending and the reason for absence.

The school day ends at 15.15.  

Please ensure your child is wearing warm clothes and sensible footwear.  It is colder in the classrooms than usual due to windows and doors being kept open for ventilation.

Our Knowledge Organisers for Terms 3 & 4

We had our first school trip to Noah's Ark

Our DT project was to make Hot Air Balloons, we drew our designs, made papier-mache over a balloon, then we painted our balloons to match our design. Next, we wrote up our instructions.

Aliens crash land in year 2 !!

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It's been a busy exciting week in year 2, on Monday morning we discovered Aliens had crashed in to our classroom over the weekend! The children saw a video, then entered the classroom to see what the Aliens had left behind, the children then planned a newspaper report and subsequently wrote a newspaper article about their findings.

Aliens crash land in year 2 !

This week in art, year 2 listened to the story The Owl who was afraid of the dark, they then drew some lovely owl pictures

Phonics and Reading Schemes

At Worle Village, we use the Letters and Sounds program, supported by the use of Jolly Phonics kinaesthetic actions as a basis for the planning of our high quality, systematic phonics programme. 

Children begin their phonics journey in the first term of Reception and children make rapid progress in their reading journey.


As children move through the early stages of acquiring phonics, they practise by reading phonetically decodable texts which are very closely matched to a child’s current phonics phase so that each child can achieve success in their reading.


Once children have a secure knowledge of letter/sound correspondences and can blend words confidently, they access our book banded reading scheme which has a wide variety of books accessible for children as they develop through fluency and maturity. This is designed to give children experience of a variety of reading genres. There are fiction and non-fiction books within each level. 

All children are encouraged to select books from the classroom, library or home to share with their parents to encourage a love of reading.


The school has high expectations for pupils to read at home. We ask that a child reads at home a minimum of 3 times per week in KS1 and 5 times per week in KS2


In addition, children can access Reading Eggs, an online reading program, at home or in school.  Please see your class teacher for login details.


   Reading Eggs



Some texts we recommend reading with your Year 2 child are...


We have at least two PE lessons per week.  Please ensure your child's kit is in school at all times to enable us to be flexible.

We do PE in all types of weather so please ensure your child has suitable PE kit.  In the Summer months we recommend shorts and t-shirt and in the winter long trousers with t-shirt and hoodie.  Trainers or daps should be worn.  

All kit should be clearly labelled with your child's name.

An example of our kit, which can be purchased from NK Sports, is below or your child needs a plain white t-shirt and black shorts.

We are also skipping for two minutes per day, as part as Skip to be fit and running a mile around the playground to travel the world.



Snacks and Drinks

Your child should bring to school, each day, a named water bottle which they will have access to during the day.  Please make sure it only contains water as spillage of squash can attract unwanted insects such as ants and wasps.

If you child is under five years old milk will be provided, by the school, for break time.  Over five's can still have milk but this needs to be ordered by completing a form, available from the office, and ordered through School Milk Service.

Fruit is provided, by school, to eat during break time.