Bishop Bronescombe C of E School

Little Lambs - Year 2

Mrs Lowe


I have so many favourite books and I read at least one new book a week! I love going to the library and discovering a new world each time I start a story. My absolute favourites are the Harry Potter books and I re-read them every year. I have such fond memories of each book coming out and getting excited to see what was going to happen next. I loved the idea of receiving a letter when you turned 11 to find out you had magical powers! My favourite book in the series is Harry Potter and Prisoner of Azkaban because I love the part where Harry and Hermione travel back in time to save Sirius. I wouldn't be able to pick a favourite character because there are so many I love but my favourite professor is Professor McGonagall!

Mrs Pascoe

Support staff

I really enjoy reading the Alfie books by Shirley Hughes. Alfie Gets In First was read to me as a child and I have since read it with my children. I also LOVE the illustrations.

Mrs Allen-Trevarton

Support staff

One of my favourite stories to read is Zog by Julian Donaldson. This book brings back lovely memories of reading the story to my two sons. The book also reminds us that you can achieve anything with patience, perseverance and someone who believes in your abilities.

We have enjoyed welcoming the children back this term and are pleased to observe the children engage in their science topic of animals and their habitats with enthusiasm and curiosity. Our end point is to identify 'What is a habitat?' and 'How do animals depend on their habitat?'. The children will be able to identify habitats and microhabitats, will explore food chains and identify the meaning of omnivores, herbivores and carnivores. This will lead us on nicely to our second science unit in which we are going to be thinking about plants. We will look at what plants need to grow and the structure of a plant.
In RE the children will be looking at the unit of ‘Salvation’ in this unit the children will be exploring the question ‘Why is Easter important to Christians’.
We will also enjoy getting active in P.E and will be ensuring physical literacy by bouncing, throwing and catching balls and beanbags and then completing a circuit with all of these elements in. 
In our Maths lessons, we aim to prioritise the revisiting of key learning before we move into our fractions unit of work. 
Phonics and spelling continue to be taught daily alongside our English lessons, where will be learning to write to inform. Pupils will be able to identify audience and purpose of a letter as well as the key features and this will inform how we plan to write our own letter to a friend we have missed throughout lockdown. then we will complete information texts based on our science work. We are so excited to have all of the children back in class again and are thoroughly looking forward to exploring these topics together. If you have any questions, please get in contact
We hope you find the resources below easy to access for supporting your child's learning at home and understanding the key objectives being covered. The list below includes:
-Knowledge Organisers
This explains the key information and facts your child needs to know by the end of their topic unit with some visual aids and key vocabulary we will learn too.
-Calculation Policy 
This provides you with information about the key mathematical concepts and how these are taught during this Key Stage.
-Recommended Reads
This document lists texts we would highly recommend your child to access and read during their year group. Pupils are encouraged to select from this range of books.


Bishop Bronescombe CofE School, Boscoppa Road, St Austell, PL25 3DT
01726 64322