Holy Trinity Primary School Achieving Our Best

Yr 2 - Blackberry

 Welcome to Year 2


Welcome to Blackberry


Miss Selby     Mrs Modak


In Year 2 we have a hard-working team of dedicated teachers who ensure that all children receive a broad, balanced and creative curriculum with enjoyment of learning whilst striving to achieve high outcomes and standards.

Spring Term:

This term we will be focusing on our cross curricular topic – Up, Up and Away which is a topic based on the history of aviation.

Topic: Up, Up and Away

This will be a cross curricular topic which will combine Literacy, Geography, History, Art and Design Technology.

Literacy: Traditional tales, the senses, setting description, character description, fantasy stories, adverts, inference, invitation, diary entry and poems which will be taught through the power of reading scheme.

Numeracy: Properties of shape, number and place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measure (mass) and fractions.

Science: Our Changing World, The Apprentice Gardener, What’s in your habitat?

P.E: Dance, gymnastics and striking and fielding


We hope you enjoy the lovely pictures and the information that we will be sharing with you over the course of this year.

If you have any questions regarding anything you see on our class page, please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs Modak or myself. We are both available before and after school or you can catch us in the playground as we are always happy to help.


Blackberry Class PE days are Tuesdays and Wednesday and your child will need a full school PE kit to participate. School PE kit consists of a white t-shirt, blue shorts or tracksuit bottoms/leggings and plimsolls and trainers (outside).

Homework will continue to be given out each Monday and it is expected to be returned to school along with their spelling book on Friday.


Children should be reading at home every day. They should read independently or to someone at home. Please sign their Reading Record book when they have read and ensure they are brought to school every day so they can progress on our reading islands.

Here are some useful websites that may help with your child’s learning






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