Welcome to the Year 2 learning page. Find out about everything your child is learning in school here and help them become the very best they can be!


Year 2 Teachers

Staff, St Mary's Primary School

Miss Hutchinson



Kate Wylie, Staff, St Mary's

Miss Wylie



Staff, St Mary's Primary School

Ms Ramon



Other Staff

Staff, St Mary's Primary School

Ms Webb

Teaching Assistant

Ms Haysom

Teaching Assistant


Mrs Morrison

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Francis

Teaching Assistant

Ms Stansbury

Teaching Assistant

What the children are learning this year

We strive to nurture, challenge and inspire our children to be their best.   We endeavour to plan our curriculum to create a love of learning through challenge, creativity and a passion for stories. Our learning environments are built on a climate of mutual trust and respect where everyone is valued.


School Trips

St Mary’s Church
The children are welcomed into the church and learn about its history. They visit regularly for services throughout the year.

Other trips to be organised to enhance the curriculum. More details to follow.

Supporting Learning at Home

In Year 2, we encourage the children to do as much learning as home at possible. With this in mind we would be grateful if you could support your child in the following areas:

  • Daily reading
  • Learning your 2, 5, 10 and 3 times table
  • Practising telling the time
  • Read Write Inc phonics
  • Mathletics

Thank you for your continued support!

Class Dojo is an online resource where parents can connect to the day to day learning. It is a secure environment where we can share photos and videos of what we are doing in school.

Google Classroom is an online platform where we will post any homework and home learning for those isolating. For those isolating, there will be live lessons available via Google Meet. (In the process of being set up – more information to follow.)

Online Safety

All children need to learn how to keep themselves safe online. Here are some things you can do:
CEOPS is the best place to go if you wish to report something inappropriate on the internet.
ThinkUKnow is where you can play interactive games and learn more about being safe online.
Kidsmart has lots of information about how you can keep yourself safe online.
For more information and help go to our Online Safety page.