Harvington CE First School  
Harvington CE First School > Year Two
Welcome to Year 2

Class Teacher - Miss Beaver
Teaching Assistant - Mrs Scott
Learning Support Assistant - Mrs Phipps
 Class Link Governor - Mrs Cathy Davies

Important Information
PE Lessons
PE is on Mondays and Tuesdays. Please make sure you have a named PE kit in school at all times. It will be sent home every half term to be washed.
Forest School
Forest School is on Wednesdays. Make sure you have your wellies and a coat in school as we go out no matter what the weather is like. Girls may be more comfortable in trousers for forest school as skirts/dresses can be a little uncomfortable under our waterproof trousers.
As we approach the cooler months please ensure that you also have a hat, scarf and pair of gloves in school for Forest School.
Library is on Mondays. Please remember to bring in your book to be changed each week if it has been read.
Water Bottles
Please send in a named water bottle which can be stored outside the classroom. Please ensure that this only contains water - thank you.

Our Reading Zone

We have a new reading zone in the classroom where we can enjoy a broad range of books.  Add to the display by recommending books for your friends which you have read and enjoyed. 


We are learning a of lot number work in maths this term. Do you know your Learn Its?








You may wish to visit the websites below, which use fun games to help you practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division:










This term we will be learning about explanation texts, non-chronological reports and narrative texts. We are also focusing on key skills such as full stops, capital letters and punctuation in order to shine in our fortnightly big writes.



This half term our theme is St Lucia.


We will be learning about the landscape and temperature of St Lucia, as well as about their culture. We will be comparing all of these with ours here in England


What do you already know of St Lucia?

What do you think the temperature is like there?

What do you think the landscapes are like there?


Think about these questions, and bring them along to school along with any other questions you have about St Lucia.