Shephalbury ParkPrimary School

Imagine, Believe, Achieve

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Year 2

 Welcome to Year 2 


Hello and welcome to a new school year. We are thrilled to be back and are enjoying getting to know you all. We have been very impressed with how well you have all settled into our class routines and how well you have adapted to our 'new normal'.  


As a reminder; PE is on Tuesdays and you will need to come to school dressed in your PE kit. Water bottles must be brought in and taken home each day along with your reading books and reading records. We monitor NumBots throughout the week and we check that you've completed your 30 minutes homework, on NumBots, on Friday mornings. We also; check reading records, change reading books and do our spelling test on Friday morning each week. 


Parents, our class e-mail is . We always love to hear/see what the children have been up to and we will try our best to get back to you as soon as we can. 


We will keep our class page updated with what we have been doing so please do keep checking back. For now, please see the curriculum letter below for more information about what we will be learning this Autumn term. 


Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Oustayiannis



Curriculum Letter

What we have been learning...

Malorie Blackman

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Music chant

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Music chat

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Home learning week 1: 5.1.21

Academic year 2019-2020

Home Learning 

Mr Shy's Shoes - The FINAL part.... Hooray!

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Stevenage Library Services

Stevenage Library are offering lots of exciting activities for children to do. Click on the document below to read all about the many additional services they are now providing for their customers during the Lockdown period.

PE Activites to Try at Home!

Seven Spectacular Sentences to Send your Senses into a Sizzle!

Ripe cranberries will bounce like a ball!


Venus is the only planet that spins clockwise!


One teaspoon of a neutron star would weigh six billion tonnes!


One million Earths could fit inside the sun!


The footprints on the moon will be there for 100 million years!


The Earth's core is as hot as the surface of the sun.


Wilma Rudolph (who set the world record in 1960 for the 100, 200 and 4x100 metre relay) had polio, scarlet fever and pneumonia as a child, leading doctors to tell her parents that she would never walk again.



Year 2 is the best class EVER and Mrs Lewis and Mrs Cochlin are going to miss them so much!

Sign Language with Mr Isherwood and Riley

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Thank you to Mr Isherwood and Riley for creating a video helping us to re-cap and learn some new signs. Enjoy and good luck practising.

BBC Bitesize


From Monday 20th April, there will be daily lessons on BBC Bitesize. Use the link to take a look: