-School will start on the Monday 7th September 2020.. email if you have any questions - If you have changed your address or mobile number please email or call the school.
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Maytree Nursery andInfants' SchoolCaring, Sharing, Aiming High

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Year 2

Explaining the Corona Virus to children


The BBC have just released this video which explains the Corona Virus in simple terms to children, you may want to watch it with your children.


Keep well, keep safe.

In order to access Bug Club please follow the instructions below:



You will find your child's username and password on a small sticker in their homework book.

School closure


We  hope you are all keeping safe and well during this time. Below are some home learning activities your children should complete while at home. Your child will be expected to return to school with completed work in their book that was given before school closure. 


Please make sure to access Bug Club and Purple Mash where new '2Dos' will be set weekly.


Check out your class page as there will be some challenges and games posted by your class teacher. This will be updated regularly.


We thank you for your continued support at this time. 

Year 2 Team

20.04.20 - Home learning - Please do not print but copy into Homework book or on a piece of paper and put it in your book. Our focus in topic this week is HABITATS. If would like to find out more about different habitats around the world then that would be amazing!

More home learning will be added on Monday 27th April 27.4.2020

Little Red Riding Hood

Can you remember the story? Can you retell it?

Key Stage One


Year Two is a very important year in your child’s development. It is when your child will learn many skills needed for moving up into the Junior School.


As part of our integrated curriculum we cover a wide range of topics. We aim to identify projects which engage the children so that learning is made fun and relevant. We work towards every child leaving Year Two as being independent and reflective in their learning and motivated to meet their full potential.


Throughout the year we encourage the children to become more independent in their learning, which helps to set them up for Year Two. The Year two team includes people from varied cultures and backgrounds. We work well together to support all of the children’s needs.