Larch 2

Welcome to Larch 2!
2021 - 2022
Mrs Clarke/Mrs Bayliss - Class Teachers
Miss Richardson - Teaching Assistant


Home Learning Activities – Autumn

To view the home learning choice activities for the autumn term, please click the link below. Remember to send you learning to your teacher via the eSchools messages, or bring your learning in to school to share with your class on the stop-off dates, which are:

27th September

18th October

22nd November

13th December.

Autumn 2 - Remote Home Learning - Year 2 

Daily Lessons for Absent Pupils 

If you are absent from school, please follow the link below to complete your daily English and maths lessons.    

Always begin the daily lessons from ‘Monday’, no matter which day your first day of absence falls on. This will ensure the lessons are taught in sequence and you understand what is being taught. 

Additional Lessons to Support Year 2 Learning 

Please click on the links below to take you to the units of work. Some units have multiple lessons so please work through in order.  


Practice your Phonics on   

Our school login details are: 

Username: admin2619 

Password: angel 


-          Why do scientists ask questions?  

-          Changing materials 


-          Significant People. Learn about Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong.  

-          Why do we celebrate Bonfire Night?    


-       The Nativity 


-       Seven Continents    


-       Balancing 

Autumn 2
Significant People
Year 2 had a visit from two modern day policemen today. They were able to share with them all they had learnt about Sir Robert Peel and were able to find out about policing today. We even got to see and hear the sirens!
Year 2 have been learning about the different types of Scientific Enquiry they will encounter at Birchwood. 
To help us better understand the significance of Sir Robert Peel: a former local MP, former Prime Minister and founder of the Metropolitan Police, 2 members from The Peel Society visited Year 2.
Autumn 1
Bright Lights, Big City
Silly old Paddington Bear … he packed his bags for his tea party but he spilt marmalade all over his invitation. We had to help him using our inference skills by working out where he was going and who he was visiting. 
We have been very busy ‘visiting’ the landmarks in London and designing a vehicle to help him get to the Royal Tea Party at Buckingham Palace! He can’t be late for the Queen!
Welcome to Hazel 1!
2020 - 2021
Mrs Stockton - Class Teacher
Mrs Stubbs - Teaching Assistant