Year 2 2019 - 2020

Mr Hardy

Welcome to Year 2!

Mr Hardy, Mrs Clarkson and Mrs Longworth are excited about the year of fun and learning ahead and we will make sure we keep this page updated with news, photos and top tips for you to share with your child as the year progresses!

Keep up to date with our  class progress on Twitter too, by following @parishschool1 and @MrHardy17

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REMEMBER! Keep those maths and spelling skills sharp by going on Mathletics, Times Table Rockstars and practising your Word List Spellings.

Useful links:

Children have been accessing Teach Your Monster to Read in school. To access this at home, pleae click on the link above.

This will take you directly to the Parish Primary page.  Here you will just need to enter your username.  For ease of use we have not given children passwords. This website is free to use and there is only a cost should you decide to download the app. If using the app, you will need to use the star number which is unique to our school.

Children can design their own monster and receive posters, letters and certificates. This is a fabulous resource which enables class teachers to monitor children's progress and reward them for all of their hard work. Have fun!


Another favourite for children in year 2 is Mathletics! Children love earning points, certificates and bronze, silver and gold awards.  Please click the link below to access the Mathletics login page.

Children also enjoy practicing their multiplication and division facts on hit the button.  Please click the link below play along at home!

New to school! Hit the link below to access timestable Rock Stars!!!


Please find some useful information below that was shared at our parent's meeting.  There is also a useful guide for parents.  This can be accessed by clicking the image below.






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