Useful Information

Reading Books

Reading books will be changed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please remember to sign your child's diary when they have read at home. 

Book Bags

Book bags need to be in school every day. 


Monday : Outdoor PE

Children can wear black shorts or track suit bottoms/leggings, white t-shirt and school hoodie. 

Earrings need to be taken out for PE days. 

Friday - Indoor 

Children will need to wear black shorts and a white t-shirt. 


Year 2 Long Term Plan

Chatty Letter Spring

Chatty Letter Autumn

What are SATS? 


SATS are National Curriculum Assessments. that are carried out in the Summer term and help inform teachers judgments of KS1 pupils attainment. In 2017 is was confirmed that KS1 SATS will become non-statutory. This means from 2024 schools will be able to decide whether they want to administer the test. Like most schools, we feel the KS1 SATS offer a very useful way for us to assess pupils attainment and progress. 


When will KS1 SATS take place?


Year 2 SATS will take place in the month of May. The pupils will not be told they are doing the test and at no point do we mention SATS tests to them throughout the year. 


How can I help with SATS at home?


You can help by supporting your child with their homework. Reading a little each day and talking about what they have read is especially important. Ensure the best possible attendance and make sure your child gets plenty of sleep and has a healthy breakfast. 

When will I get the results?

All SATS results will be published in your Child's end of year report.


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