Monday 26th June Class Photo Day for EYFS, Yr1, Yr4 and Yr 6. Tuesday 27th June Class Photo Day for Yr 5, Yr, 2 and Yr 3. These days ensure children will not be in PE kit when they are photographed..

St Mary's Farnham Royal Church of England Primary School

Founded in Faith focused on Family and fulfilling Future potential

Year 2

Welcome to Year 2!


We are very much looking forward to exploring the curriculum with you and seeing what amazing things you will learn and do this year. We are really excited to start reading some magnificent books in English!


In Summer term, we will be learning all about Plants in Science and learning about the Three Bears' Journey to different places around the World in Topic! We are even going to be building our very preparing and making our own dip inspired by places around the world in DT! We can't wait for you to learn lots of cool things!


Brace yourself for the exciting year ahead smiley

Welcome to our class page. Here you will find:


  • Home Learning for this term
  • SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar)
  • Our Curriculum
  • Other resources to ensure you ‘exercise your brain’


Please send photos and work completed directly to your class teacher.


Please feel free to contact us if there are any queries.

Check what we have got up to in Year 2!

Year 2 were extremely lucky on Tuesday 16th May 2023 as we were visited by Ian Hosking who is a current member for the Stoke Mandeville Maulers wheelchair rugby team! 

It was really interesting and the children were able to learn about the sport, the history of Stoke Mandeville and even discussed about the links to the Paralympics! 

The children then were able to try using a wheelchair that is used in wheelchair rugby and understand how the game is played and what is needed to control it!

Summer Home Learning 2023

Spellings Spring Term:

Please find your child's weekly spellings here. Spelling tests will now be on a WEDNESDAY.

New spelling lists will now go home on a Wednesday in the orange books. 

Other resources to ensure you ‘exercise your brain’!