Newsletter 30.1.21

What a lovely week we have had! From bar models and inverse in maths to writing the start of a story in English.  In science we have begun to look at plants and what they need to grow and in art we explored different media by printing with shells.  For RE we continue to learn about the Eastertide and in geography we have explored the UK and its surrounding seas ready top continue our mini adventure.

As part of this mini-adventure we will be looking at the seaside/holidays past and present – If you should have any photos of the children on a holiday/beach/resort/day out  and wouldn’t mind scanning a copy over this would really helpful.

Finally, you will notice I have sent the homework books home – these DO NOT need to be returned to school, they are for the children to complete their homework in at home. I am hoping it will continue to encourage them to concentrate on their handwriting and spelling as it is in a school book.  Please continue to take a photo of the work and send it in via teams.  Should anyone require a paper copy of the homework please do not hesitate to get in touch..

Have a lovely, long weekend and I look forward to seeing you all back in school on Tuesday.

Take care

Mrs Steventon

week 2


Good afternoon Year 2.

What an AMAZING week we have had. From starting our Mini-adventure looking at the Great Fire of London to making bread and Forest School.

I have attached this week homework and look forward to reading through it next week.

Keep up the great work Year 2!

Mrs Steventon

week 10


Good afternoon Year 2,

What another fantastic week we have had! You have all worked so hard on bar models in maths, comparing hospitals, making lamps and writing instructions – well done everyone. I have attached some photos for you to share with your child so they can discuss their learning further.

Our Florence Nightingale Mini Adventure continues next week with report writing and some geography.  You have impressed me so much with your Florence Nightingale knowledge we need to document it!

I would also like to say how proud I am of the children and the way they have settled in to a new routine.  Keep it up year 2!

I have attached this weeks homework, as well as the Kirf’s for you to see.  You will notice that I am trialling a new book changing system next week where we will only change home books on a Monday. This will allow me more quality time within reading sessions to listen to the children read.  I appreciate that this is a change from what they are used to but in year 2 I need to focus on quality guided reading and comprehension skills and cannot do this if two sessions are used to change books.  Where possible your child may be able to bring home 2 reading books.  If you have any questions regarding this please do not hesitate to contact me.

Wishing you all a lovely weekend

Mrs Steventon

aut 1 kirfs

week 2  homework

week 4 classroom photos

Learning pack 13th July 2020

Hello Year 2!

Well done for another great week of learning both in school and at home.  This weeks home learning pack has 3 days of activities as well as a virtual sports day to join in with.  Please remember to send in any work and/or photos of the events you try to – it would be great to see you having a go.

Some of the literacy tasks this week are for your year 3 teacher – Mrs Wicketts. If you send them in to me, I can forward them on to her so she knows something about you before September.

I hope you enjoy the tasks set for this week and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Mrs Steventon


Teachers school report by pupils of SSPP 

Writing resources and templates Monday and Tuesday 

Year 2 13.7.20 planning

Lesson 1 – Telling time to 5 minutesLesson 2 – Hours and daysLesson 3 – Find durations of time

Lesson 1 Answers – Telling time to 5 minutes Lesson 2 Answers – Hours and days Lesson 3 Answers – Find durations of time

Year 2 Home Learning Pack 6.7.20

Hello Year 2,

Thank you all again for sending in work and letting me know how you’re getting on.

This weeks theme is ‘Love’ with an RE focus.  I look forward to seeing some of your work.  Any problems, questions or queries please contact me on

Take care

Mrs Steventon

Home learning planning Year 2 6.7.20


pictures for seasons

Lesson 1 – Litres Lesson 2 – Temperature Lesson 3 – O clock and half past Lesson 4 – Quarter past and quarter to

Lesson 1 Answers – Litres Lesson 2 Answers – Temperature Lesson 3 Answers – O clock and half past Lesson 4 Answers – Quarter past and quarter to

Home Learning Pack 29th June 2020

Hello Year 2!

Well done to everyone that is continuing to work hard – both in school and at home.  This weeks theme is ‘Space’.  I hope you enjoy the activities included in this weeks pack and look forward to seeing some of your fantastic work.  Remember you can send any work, photos or ask any questions you may have to

I look forward to hearing from you.

Mrs Steventon

Home learning planning Year 2 29.6.20

12 planets images


Planet planning sheet

solar system fact book template

The-Solar-System-Primary-Resource fact sheet

Lesson 1 – Measure mass in grams Lesson 2 – Measure mass in kilograms Lesson 3 – Compare volume Lesson 4 – Milliltres

Lesson 1 Answers – Measure mass in grams Lesson 2 Answers – Measure mass in kilograms Lesson 3 Answers – Compare volume Lesson 4 Answers – Milliltres

Year 2 Home learning 22nd June

Hello Year 2,

Here is your home learning pack for this week.  It’s lovely to hear from you and see all the fabulous things you are getting up to. Don’t forget to send your work, photo’s or any questions you may have to me at

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

take care

Mrs Steventon




Lesson 1 – Measure length (cm)Lesson 2 – Compare lengthsLesson 3 – Four operations with lengthsLesson 4 – Compare mass

Lesson 1 Answers – Measure length (cm) Lesson 2 Answers – Compare lengths Lesson 3 Answers – Four operations with lengths Lesson 4 Answers – Compare mass

Year 2 22.6.20