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Y2 Class Consideration

Welcome to Team Consideration


Class Teacher: Miss Archer

Year 2 Teaching Assistants:Miss Steer and Miss Shone


Welcome to our class page. Team Consideration will keep you up to date with what is happening in your child’s class in this section.


Here you will find details of your child's topics, class trips, Meet the Expert afternoons and class based activities.


Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your Teacher know!

Autumn Term 1

What on Earth


During the Autumn Term we explored the topic of Global Issues and discovered about the current global concerns about Plastic Pollution, in order to answer our inquiry questions:

What on earth are we doing to our planet?

Do we know enough to turn the tide on plastic pollution?

Are we alone enough to make a difference?

Please look at this term's Topic Web to see just what we learnt and how all of our learning has supported us to become better global citizens in order that we can make our planet sustainable for not only our futures, but that of our children's, children' futures. 


Autumn Term 2

Stone Age Storytellers


This term the children answered our enquiry question :

Can a picture paint a thousand words?

The children learnt all about the Stone Age, and how their cave paintings (Paleolithic art) were not created simply for aesthetic experience.  However, like much of the world's traditional art, stone age sculptures and paintings were probably believed to have been used to tell of experiences and to depict their hopes.  For examples, paintings of animals may have been painted on cave walls to assist hunting efforts.

Spring Term 

Our Island Home


During the Spring Term the children will be learning all about their local area, its geographical location and location within the United Kingdom and about local history.

They will be developing their mapping skills through exploration about where they live and their journey to school, as well as using and creating maps of the local area. 


During the course of the term the children will also be learning about significant historical events, people and places and will learn about why the town in which we live has a castle, the reason for its location as well as exploring the changes which have happened to the castle throughout its history.  

Summer Term 

Come with me to Africa -Tanzania


This term the children will be learning through journeys. They will be exploring Tanzania in Africa, where Mantongoro School is located. 

The children will continue to develop their historical enquiry skills to research two significant women in history, Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole. 


During the term the children will be using their learning to write in many different genres through exploring texts, the first of which is 'The Lonely Beast' by Chris Judge.