Year 2’s Online Learning Platform

Hello Year 2


Our new online classroom is up and running. A place where you can access expedition homework, key information, daily learning slides for maths, English, phonics and expedition, learning links and other resources to help you get ahead in your learning. The children should have received an email inviting them to join their new classroom at their new email address.





Why not log in via the classroom symbol above and leave us a comment to let us know you have been successful. Looking forward to seeing you there!


Miss Rodgers, Mrs Jackson and Mrs Wallace

Emma-Jane’s Aeroplane Feel, Think, Say

Some really thoughtful work today from Class 7 as they listened to our class text, Emma-Jane’s Aeroplane and empathised with the characters to decide what they were feeling, thinking and saying at certain points in the story. Andra was our Learning Legend with these amazing sentences based on her ideas.

I’m sure you will agree her work is pretty impressive.

Great job!


Class 7 Superstars

What a fantastic start to the week we have had in Class 7. Not only have we studied the history of the bicycle and learned about the many changes in design that it has undergone over the years to make it safer and more comfortable, but Cody and Elise were 2 of only 5 children in the whole of Year 2 to figure out a very tricky reasoning problem in our Addition and Subtraction Blast Off.

Macey was today’s learning legend for her fantastic Motivated Mo attitude in her phonics work with Mrs Miller this morning. All that practising is paying off. Well done.

Also pictured here are our winners from Thursday, Frankie and Aoife, who got their awards for great sentence work and amazing sketching of a Spitfire respectively.

Keep up the good work Superstars!


Reflecting on our Learning

Class 7 have spent the afternoon reflecting on the work we have done this week to immerse ourselves in our exciting new expedition. We considered the different activities we have participated in this week…making traffic lights from paper plates, creating bi-planes from lolly pop sticks and pegs, assembling craft straws to represent the frames of bicycles and working collaboratively to sort pictures of transportation vehicles according to how they travel…and thought carefully about the skills we needed to employ to carry out these tasks. I continue to be amazed by the mature way you are reflecting on your learning Class 7 and I am extremely proud of each and every one of you.

Well done to today’s Learning Legend Andra who was a real Can-Do-Colin when drawing her very realistic bicycle. Great job Andra!


Today, the children and I went on a journey in the classroom-like the girl in our story ‘journey’ we had plenty of obstacles to overcome!! We used our magic crayon to draw some picture ideas of what transport we would use!

Fabulous conversations, drama, ideas and pictures! It was a pleasure to see all of the creativity!

Well done guys!

Another step on our journey tomorrow!

Mrs Wallace 😊