We are learning about lots of different exciting topics in Year 2. Please click on our yearly overview to find out more...
How to help support your child
Phonics is a method of teaching reading and writing by developing the learners' phonemic awarenesss. The goal of phonics is to enable beginning readers to decode new written words by sounding them out, or in phonics terms, blending the sound-spelling patterns.
It is important that children are supported with their phonics at home. We recommend spending 5 - 10 minutes each day working together on the different sounds.
There are some great websites available.
Bug Club is a whole-school reading programme designed for use at Foundation, KS1 and KS2. It is the first phonics-based reading programme to join books with an online reading world to teach children to read.
All children at Topcliffe have access to a bugclub reading account.
Please speak to your child's class teacher for their log in details.
Click on the Bug Club image to access the website!
Mathletics is an excellent resource to support your child with their maths work. All children at Topcliffe have access to Mathletics. Please see your child's class teacher for their username and password to get logged in.
Please click the image below to go to Mathletics.
By the end of year 2, children are expected to know their 2x, 5x and 10x tables.
BBC Bitesize offers a fun game to practice times tables with we also have some songs to learn that are very effective.
Click on the Bitesize image to access the website!
ICT games - Please click on the link attached. You will find lots of games to support your child with their Literacy, Numeracy skills.
BBC Games - Full of excellent games that support your child with their learning. The website has three main categories - Literacy, Numeracy and Science.
BBC bitesize - this website is full of video clips that explain how to help your child with aspects of the new curriculum. Select 'KS1' then choose which ever subject you would like to look at.
Woodlands - full of excellent games that are categorised by topic.