Laver Close, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5 7LS

01159 560990

Coppice Farm Primary School

A small school with a HUGE heart!

Welcome to Year 2!

----- Heroic Hawthorn 2023/2024 -----

Year 2 Curriculum (click)- A guide on what your child needs to learn in Year 2 and how you can help.

If you have any questions, feel free to email Miss Ife c/o 

Class Teacher: Miss Ife

TA Support: Mrs Samecki


Year 2 Long Term Plan 2023/2024


End of Year 2 Objectives

These are the objectives that we aim to meet by the end of Year 2 for the key areas. 


Autumn Term 2023

We hope that everyone has had a wonderful Summer break and we are looking forward to a new school year!

I would just like to remind you that children must have their diaries in school every day, and should be bringing in homework, PE kit and Forest School clothes on the appropriate days.




 During May, Year 2 children will be taking SATs papers in Reading, Maths and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). These papers will indicate whether they are working below the expected standard, at the expected standard or at greater depth for Year 2.

Please support your child by ensuring that they complete the weekly homework set and practise times tables (2x, 5x, 10x), as this will be a huge help for them when completing their SATs. Reading regularly also has a significant impact on your child’s progress and ability.

If you have any further questions regarding Year 2 SATs, please do not hesitate to ask.





Please make sure that you read with your child at least 4 times per week.   Rewards are given at the end of each half term for children who read 4 times or more each week but this must be signed by an adult in reading diaries.  Reading diaries are checked every Friday.





P.E Kit

Every Tuesday and Thursday, children will be taking part in P.E. sessions. Please make sure that your child is wearing the appropriate, labelled kit on this day!




Forest School

Forest school will take place every other Thursday.  Your child must bring in a spare pair of shoes, preferably a pair of wellies with their name on, in order to participate in the Forest School sessions. If you wish, they may bring in some over trousers and other waterproofs which can be worn over the top of the school uniform, along with scarves, gloves and hats in the colder months.




Homework will be given out on Fridays via a homework book. This needs to be completed to the best of your child's abilities - the homework intends to revise work already completed in lessons but if your child needs support or guidance please show this in a different colour where possible! Feel free to make any notes on it so that we know how to support them further in their learning of the topic. The completed homework will then need to be submitted to school on the following Thursday.

I know the children work hard at school and so doing their homework will earn them Class Dojo points.



Times Tables

In Year 2, children need to know their 2, 5 and 10 times tables! Please try and practise this at home too. This could be counting steps in multiples while walking or going up the stairs, counting money or even just making a poster to have them displayed around the house!







As this is a SATs year at school, it's important to keep learning and revising what we've learned, particularly if you are unable to attend school. Below are some of our favourite links we recommend to support learning at home. 

General Websites:

General English: A variety of SPaG games aimed at KS1

Spelling: (Choose Year 2)

SPaG - Types of sentences & conjunctions - BBC bitesize - sentence types Problem punctuation - What is wrong with the sentence? BBC bitesize - What is a coordinating conjunction? BBC bitesize - Using coordinating conjunctions 

SPaG - Word Types: NOUN rap identify nouns, adjectives and verbs BBC bitesize - What are nouns? BBC bitesize - What are adjectives? BBC bitesize - What are verbs? BBC bitesize - What are adverbs? (adverbs are a Y2 thing even though this is aimed at KS2) identify adjective identify verb


It is really important to keep up your reading at home. 

Try these reading activities to go alongside your books -  Reading Challenges!

General Maths websites: 

Times Table websites (children need to be confident with their 2, 5 and 10 x tables so please focus on these): TTRS - You will need your child's log in details for this which should be in their reading diary. Message me on dojo if needed. (Hit the button is a good one!)

Youtube have some great times table songs! Here is an example of Numberjacks