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Year 2 Homework

Welcome to Year 2's homework page.

The children and teaching staff in Year Two would like to invite parents and carers to our class assembly on

Friday 15th July at 9.10am.


Please come along to see your children present examples of their learning this term through our topic - Keeping Healthy and Being Active!


Summer Term - June 2016

Thank you for your support during the month of May when the children completed their end of Key Stage Statutory Assessments. The children were not phased by the tests and most did not realise when they were all over! They saw them as part of our normal teaching and assessment cycle.  

Teacher assessments reflecting the children's achievements throughout Key Stage one will be reported to parents by the end of July.


We will continue with the original homework timetable with spellings and topic homework on Fridays. Please continue to listen to your child read as often as possible during the week and practice maths, handwriting,punctuation and grammar from the activities at the end of this homework page.

Summer Term - April 2016

As we prepare for the statutory assessments in May we will continue to send home extra questions and activities to support you child's learning. We will continue with the same timetable.


    Return by this day of the following week
Monday  Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling  Monday
Thursday Maths Workout questions Thursday



Topic research

Tested on the following Friday as usual



Please continue to practise handwriting and listen to your child read as often as possible.

Autumn 1 2015

Welcome to Year 2's homework page.

The timetable will be as follows:






Reading books can be changed every morning. Please read with your child as often as possible and record in the School Planner.

Maths targets on complements have been sent home.

There are also practice questions and resources at the end of this homework page.


Spellings sent home to be tested the following Friday.

Topic related questions and research usually to be returned by the following Monday or as soon as possible.


The only set day for homework at the moment is Friday. Please listen to your child read as often as possible and work with him/her on the other activities whenever is best for your family.

There are also Handwriting Practice and Grammar Practice sheets which you may find useful to work through with your child.


Autumn 2

The homework timetable will continue this half term. 

Maths targets for addition and subtraction facts have been sent home. Please

practise these alongside the complements targets from last half term. We will also be focusing on the topic of Time so it would be helpful to work with your child on the following end of year expectations-

1)Know the days of the week, months of the year.

2)Know the number of minutes in an hour and the number of hours in a day.

3)Tell and write the time to five minutes, including quarter past/to the hour.

4)Draw the hands on a clock face to show these times.

5)For a greater understanding children will be able to tell the above times in both digital and analogue and solve problems relating to How much time has passed between events?

Thank you for your continuing support.




Spring 1

The homework timetable above will continue this term.

Maths Targets for doubling and halving will be sent home during the first week of this term. Please continue to practise these alongside the complements and addition and subtraction facts from last term. This term we will be using practical equipment to understand and help us to meet the end of year expectations for multiplication and division -

1) Recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 2,5 and 10 times tables, including recognising odd and even numbers.

2) Calculate the mathematical statements for multiplication and division within the multiplication tables and write them using the x \div =signs.

3) Show that multiplication of two numbers can be done in any order (commutative) and division of one number by another cannot.

4) Solve problems involving multiplication and division, using materials, arrays, repeated addition, mental methods and multiplication and division facts, including problems in context.

There are also Times Table Practice Sheets and Weekly Maths Practice Tests, which you can help your child to complete, at the end of this homework page.

Thank you for your continuing support.



Topic: Keeping Healthy and Being Active!


    Homework questions
Wk 1

17th June

Find out about our class author - Roald Dahl.

Which books did he write? Draw and write about your favourite character.

Wk 2 24th June

Complete a food diary for Saturday and Sunday.

Make a list of the foods and drinks you have.

Wk 3 1st July

Complete an exercise diary.

Write down all the exercise you do and for how many minutes!

Wk 4 8th July

Continue with your exercise diary.

Bring it back into school on Monday 11th July.

Wk 5 15th July

What foods are eaten on special days on celebrations?

Think about a special celebration you have taken part in with your family. What did you do? What special food did you eat?



Topic: Food Glorious Food!


    Homework questions
Wk 2

25th April

Where are the fruit and vegetables that we buy grown?

Collect labels from fruit and vegetables and bring into school

for the lesson on May 3rd.

Wk 3 2nd May

Which food is healthy and which is unhealthy?

Collect the traffic light labels from 5 packages. What information do they tell us about our food?

Wk 4 9th May

What is your favourite fruit or vegetable?

Find out information about this fruit or vegetable.

Wk 5 16th May

Design and make your own miniature garden. Plan seeds and see what happens!

Bring it into school on Tuesday 14th June.





Topic: Location,Location,Location!

Exploring the lives of Rosa Parks and Nelson Mandela. How have they helped to make the world a better place?

    Homework questions
Wk 1



Find information about an animal in Great Britain.

Write and draw pictures of their habitat and their diet.

Wk 2 4th March

Which African animals belong to the Big Five?

Name and draw a picture of each animal.

Wk 3 11th March

Focus on Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar questions.

Focus on Maths questions and activities.

Wk 4 18th March

Focus on Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar questions.

Focus on Maths questions and activities.

Wk 5 25th March

Who was Rosa Parks?

Write facts about her life and why she is famous..

Wk 6 1st April

Focus on Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar questions.

Focus on Maths questions and activities.


Topic: Location,Location,Location!

Would you like to live in England or Africa?

    Homework questions
Wk 1 8th Jan

Where is Kenya? Locate Kenya on a map of Africa.

Draw the Kenyan flag.

Wk 2 15th Jan

Which animals can survive in the Arctic and Antarctic?

Find out about polar bears, penguins and other animals.

Wk 3 22nd Jan

Author Search

Find out about Oliver Jeffers. Which other books has he written?

Wk 4 29th Jan

What is the difference between your house and a house in a Kenyan village?

Draw a picture of a house near you and a house in a Kenyan village.

Wk 5 5th Feb

Find out about the art work of Martin Bulinya.

Draw/paint a picture in the style of this artist.

Wk 6 12th Feb

What would it be like going to school in Kenya?

Write a diary entry as a child at school in Kenya.

Topic: London today and in the past!
    Homework questions
Wk 1 6th Nov

Who is in your family? When were they born?

Draw your family tree.

Wk 2 13th Nov

How do we keep safe today?

Find out about the job of a modern fire fighter. 

Wk 3 20th Nov

What did an eye witness at the time of The Great Fire of London


Choose a character from the drama workshop. What did he

see, hear, do at the time of The Great Fire?

Wk 4 27th Nov

Who was Samuel Pepys and why was he important?

Find out information about Samuel Pepys?

Wk 5 4th Dec Great Fire of London Quiz
Wk 6 11th Dec  


Topic: Land and Sea


    Homework questions

18th Sept

How will Dora know where your house is?                

Do you know your address and post code?

Wk3 25th Sept

Where could I take Dora on a special outing in the local area?

Find out information about your house, street and local area.

Wk4 2nd Oct

Author Search.

Find out about our class author Julia Donaldson.

Wk5 9th Oct

Materials Search.

Find objects inside or outside your house.

What material are they made from?

Why is this a suitable material to make the object from?

Wk6 16th Oct

Where do materials come from? How are they made?

Think about the materials we have been learning about

- metal, wool, wood, cotton, clay, plastic and glass. 

Where does it come from or how is it made?



Key Stage 1 High Frequency Words

Handwriting homework 1

Year 2 Flashcards

MATHS- Timetables Practice Sheets/Weekly Maths Practice Tests

Useful Games and Links
DO NOT send your child into school if they have any ONE of the following symptoms: (1) A HIGH TEMPERATURE (this mean they feel hot to the touch on their back or chest) - (2) A NEW, CONTINUOUS COUGH (this means coughing a lot, for more than one hour, or 3 or more coughing episode within 24 hours) - (3) A LOSS OR CHANGE TO SENSE OF SMELL OR TASTE (this means they cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal)