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Blenhein Primary School



Welcome to Year 2!


Below you'll find information on the curriculum for this term.   


Your child will have 2 PE sessions a week. One with their class teacher and another with our PE specialist. Please check your child’s PE day and ensure they are dressed in appropriate PE uniform on these days (jogging bottoms/leggings/white t-shirt, jumper and trainers)

2A: Monday and Wednesday 
2H: Monday and Wednesday 
2L: Monday and Wednesday


Follow the instructions below to make your very own Space Buggy!  



Spring 2 curriculum



Our maths learning will focus on mass, length, and picture graphs whilst continuing to consolidate the use of the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). 

We will also be using our knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to solve simple word problems.

Daily basic facts practice will focus on quick recall of number bonds to 20 and our 2, 5 and 10 times tables.

You can use the Numbots programme to support your child's basic fact knowledge.



We will be reading a range of fiction and non fiction texts, continuing to focus on reading fluently with expression. Children will be reading ‘The First Hippo on the Moon’ to support their understanding of the ambition and drive significant individuals have to reach their goals. As well as using books such as the stories of 'Malala and Iqbal' to research the lives of famous people through history.



Please read with your child every day. You can also use the Reading Eggs programme to support your children’s learning and visit Manor Park Library for a greater range of books.

Remember to record your child’s reading in their R@Homebook. This includes books you read to them. Please talk to your child about what they are reading and remember, reading the same book over and over helps children to develop confidence and fluency in reading.


Children will be learning how to write recounts, firstly for themselves and then significant others in the form of diary entries, developing lots of skills including:

  • Writing in first person as someone else
  • Showing empathy for other characters and describing their feelings 
  • Refining sentence structure and punctuation.


Through our topic ‘Significant Individuals’ we will be learning about the lives of Neil Armstrong, Malala Yousafzai, Mary Seacole and Iqbal Masih. We will be learning the following skills

  • To study events and people from beyond living memory.
  • To be able to sort and/or sequence historical events on a timeline.
  • To ask and answer historical questions based on their observations and experience.
  • To use different sources of information e.g. artefacts, stories and other accounts.
  • To learn about and describe significant historical events, people and places.
  • To know about the lives of significant individuals and how they have contributed to national and international achievements.



 Through our topic ‘Printing’ we will be creating scenes of the natural environment. We will be learning:

  • To create their own printing stamps e.g. using polystyrene tiles.
  • To explore and create their own patterns, using pressing, rubbing and stamping techniques.
  • To use printing to represent the natural environment.



Our theme this half term is ‘Healthy Me’. We will be learning about making healthy diet and exercise choices and how to be a good friend. 


You can visit our subject pages to find out more about how we learn across the curriculum at Sheringham, including our specialist programmes for music, poetry and PE.


Information about weekly homework can be found on your child's Google Classroom and in their red homework book. If you have any questions, please contact the school office.