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Year 2

Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed athletics at Trinity and came home well deserved winners! Well done all

Welcome to our Year 2 page!

Our Year Two teachers are Mrs Harris and Mrs Brady

Our teaching assistant for Year 2 is Mrs Stevenson and Mrs Redpath & Miss Majoros.

If you have anything you would like to talk to us about then please call in to see us.

Physical Education

Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school on a Monday and is taken home on a Friday night. PE takes place on a Thursday for both classes (Mr McTiernan - Invasion games). Our second session this half term for both classes is Monday . Our topics this term are games and athletics..

Please make sure your child has a full PE kit: navy shorts, a white t- shirt and plimsolls. Now that we are entering into the winter months, an outdoor PE kit is required. Navy jogging bottoms, navy jumper/jacket and trainers.

Please make sure all items of clothing are labelled to avoid any confusion!

Jack enjoyed listening to our story today. We think he thought it was very exciting.

English Summer term brings new story books! We will read a range of Dick King -Smith's books including  - The finger eater  and the magic carpet slippers . We will learn more about the feature of an individual author and develop our narrative writing.

Maths - we will be consolidating our understanding of place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division as well as geometry this term. Please practise times tables with your child as often as possible. They need to know x2, x5 and x10 fluently from Y1 and Year 2 will introduce x3 and x4 for children to learn fluently and use in calculations.


Homework will be sent home for your child every Friday and should be returned to school the following Thursday. If you have any issues or queries please do not hesitate to ask!


Autumn 2018 Newsletter.


Geography this term is a local area study looking at our local environment making links to science habitats and making comparisons to other parts of our world.

Our Science topic this term is animals and their habitats. We will also consider the needs of plants before finally studying sound - where does that racket come from?

We will be exploring a geography theme week as a whole school topic - week beginning 25th February. As a school we decided to link the fantastic work of CAFOD to our school geography objectives. We are asking the question 'Where is our CAFOD money spent?'. We will explore human and physical geography and compare our chosen CAFOD country - El Salvador, to our own home. We will link to Art and Design technology - looking at the artist Fernando Llort and the structure and design of Mayan pyramids. 

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Jack enjoying Christmas in Year 2. Merry Christmas.

We enjoyed a frosty morning playtime with Jack on Wednesday. We all wrapped up warmly, including Jack.

Mary Brown


EYFS Mrs R McGuiness, KS1 Mrs A Teasdale, KS2 Mrs K Fox

School Contact

Mary Brown

St Edward's Primary

Eastbourne Road, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, TS5 6QS


E: [email protected]

T: 01642 819507

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