Our Children

Year 2

Please see your child's Curriculum Map to see the learning that they will be taking part in this year.

Year 2 Curriculum Map


Learning expectations of your child:


Your child's learning has been mapped on a Year 1 Framework document. The document shows the key objectives that will be covered and which your child should have mastered to be Age Appropriate in each subject by the end of the academic year.

Year 2 Framework


End Points

The Key objectives for each subject area which we would be supporting all children to have mastered are mapped out on a Year 1 End Points document.  These are the key objectives that we feel a child needs to have mastered to move onto the next years curriculum for each subject.

Year 2 End Points

Meet the Year 2 Team:

Jen Farmer
Class Teacher - Marie Curie Class

Chloe Brading
Class Teacher - Albert Einstein Class


Gemma Hammond
Teaching Assistant

Rachel Ingram
Teaching Assistant

Amy Smith
Teaching Assistant



Our class names this year are...

Each of our classes is named after a world famous STEM hero.  We are learning about this hero throughout the year.  We had the portraits below commissioned (see artist website here) and you will find these, along with our learning about our hero, in our Rainbow Room.  Please ask us about our hero and why they are so special.

Albert Einstein




 "Little Albert grew up in Germany, where it took him four years to formulate his first word. He was fascinated by how objects worked and, although he didn’t love school, he loved physics and math books. His brilliant mind contemplated space and time, and he eventually came up with the theory of relativity.  He shared his knowledge with the rest of the world, becoming the most original mind of the twentieth century."

Little People, Big Dreams by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara





Marie Curie




"When Marie was young, she was unable to go to college because she was a woman. But when she was older, her scientific work was respected around the world. Her discoveries of radium and polonium dramatically helped in the fight against cancer, and she went on to win the Nobel Prize for Physics!"

Little People, Big Dreams by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara