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Welcome to Seahorse Class!


In Seahorse Class we love learning and finding out new things.

We think it is important to respect, support and look after each other. 

In Seahorse class we work to develop a positive mindset and understand that we learn from mistakes,

persevere and enjoy a challenge! 


Mrs Wiffen - Seahorse Class TA


Diary Dates

Autumn Term 1 

Autumn Term 2 

Wednesday 4th September - Start of Autumn Term 1

Monday 28th October - Non Pupil day

Tuesday 10th September - Year 1 and Year 2 Meet the Teacher – your chance to pop in to meet your child’s teacher.

Tuesday 29th October - children return to school

Wednesday 18th September - Year 2 India Day

Thursday 31st October - Parent's Evening

Tuesday 24th – Wednesday 25th Sept - Bounty's Ship visit

Friday 15th November - Children In  Need

Friday 11th October - Seahorse Assembly

Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st November- Children's individual photos

Tuesday 15th October - Parents Evening

Saturday 30th November - PTFA Christmas Fair

 Friday 18th October - End of Autumn Term 1

Wednesday 11th & Thursday 12th - Y1 & Y2 Christmas performance


Friday 13th December - Children's interim reports come home


Tuesday 17th December - KS1 Christmas lunch


Friday 20th December - Last day, 1:30pm finish




Autumn Term  -  What a Journey!






This term, in our topic learning, we will be exploring Plymouth and looking at where it is in the world. The children will learn about the human and physical features and create a simple map with a key. We will then compare Plymouth to India and talk about the similarities and differences. The children will learn about different landmarks, weather and population. In our art lessons, the children will learn about the different ways art is used in India and there will be time to pracitse some of these skills to create our own rangoli patterns.

In our RE learning, we will continue to look at Christianity and learn about the important signs and symbols. We will explore what these means to Christians which will help us to rememeber about significant beliefs. 

In Computing, we will be learning that stories can be represented in different ways including presentations, eBook and audio books. This will be based on the traditional tales that they have learnt. 



This term, our English work will be based on the Disney's 'Jungle Book' to help us to develop our reading comprehension and our Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar skills.  We will look closely at word types (nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives), apostrophes for contractions and for possession as well as revising what we already know about punctutation. Our reading comprehension skills will include, inference, sequencing and understanding vocabulary. We will look carefully at different question styles and talk about the best way to answer them.  


Remember, you can log into Bug Club at home to help you with your reading and comprehension skills.




This term, the children will be engaged in a range of activities to improve their fluency in knowing how to count up to and beyond 100. They will know how to partition numbers into tens and ones and in a variety of combinations. They will know how to recognise odd and even numbers and will compare and order numbers up to 100, including using <, > and = signs. The children will then move on to counting in multiples of 2, 5, 10 and 3. This is a great place to start practising counting skills at home.


You can log in to 'My Maths' at home to keep practising those important maths skills.


We are excited about the upcoming term and the warmer weather. We  ask that children bring in a named bottle of suncream that they can apply themselves and to remember their water bottle everyday.  


This term part of our English work will be using Disney's The Jungle Book to develop our reading comprehension and spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) skills. 

Some of the SPaG skills we will focus on this term are word classes, apostrophes for contractions and to show possession, as well as consolidating what we know about using other punctuation types.

We will also be focusing on reading comprehension skills including inference, sequencing as well as understanding vocabulary. These are important skills that we will spend time practising and using within a variety of texts and genres. 



Over this term, the children will be continuing with their addition and subtraction work of two 2-digit numbers. They will then use this number knowledge to estimate answers and solve missing number problems. They will be using their number knowledge to find fractions of amounts including, ¼, ½ and ¾ and also find fractions of shapes. The children will continue to develop their understanding of multiplication and division facts and use this to solve problems. Regular practise of these and number bonds will be part of our early morning work. As the term progresses, they will be working on time and practising telling the time to the to the nearest 15 minutes. This is a great skill to practise at home too!



Year 2 Curriculum Knowledge Organiser