Meersbrook Bank Primary School

Welcome to Our School

Year 2



Free Parental Access to Twinkl (KS1 and KS2)

Go to This is the quickest and easiest way for parents to get set up. Enter the code CVDTWINKLHELPS.

 There are a number of really helpful guides, designed for parents, for different areas of the curriculum. There is also a dedicated Parents’ Hub which contains hundreds of educational activities designed for use at home.

For parents with children in EYFS, take a look through our EYFS for Parents area to find some really useful guides and activities to share. 

For primary-aged children, take a look at our 5-11 area. Again, this was created with parents in mind so it’s filled with guides and information about what children should be learning in each year group, for each curriculum area. 

The  Parents User Guide and general Twinkl Membership guide are both useful documents to refer to for general information about the site, our content and how to find it. 

You can also find Home Learning Packs from Year 1 to Year 6.


Tables Fables (KS1 and KS2)-

Children should all have their own logins for this sent out earlier this year

Use this for revising times table facts

Oxford Owl (KS1)-

Class logins were sent out earlier this year (class name and password are the same – f2meersbrook, y1meersbrook and y2meersbrook)

Access to e-books and other reading/phonics activities

BBC Bitesize KS1 and KS2 -

Lots of online activities/games/clips for all curriculum areas

Snappy Maths (KS1 and KS2) -

Free Maths worksheets and online activities for each year group

National Geographic (KS1 and KS2) -

Online games and activities linked to Geography

Super Movers – Online exercise with a Maths and English theme!

KS1 -

KS2 -

All -


Classroom Magazines


Other sites to help children keep moving

Go Noodle – Various energetic videos using a range of themes to get children moving.

KS1 and KS2 -


Joe Wicks HITT Workout – High intensity work outs for children. KS2 -

Just Dance – Selection of themed dances for children to follow. KS1 and KS2 -



Y2 –

Maths –

Practise telling the time regularly with your grown-ups.

Keep a diary of when things happen in your house.

Find 2D and 3D shapes in the house, can you list them? Write the properties – vertices, sides, faces,

Science –

Observe and draw growing things, plants, people, animals etc. Describe how they change as they grow.

Make a list of the electrical appliances in your home, do they use batteries or mains electricity?

RE –

Create a 3D model of a special ceremony that you have attended which marked a beginning or an ending ie. A wedding, a Christening, a party etc.

Art –

Practise pencil skills, sketching objects and people – including yourself.

Music –

Create your own rhythms and beats.

Sing loudly.

Dance in time with music.



Street Detective Ideas for Home Learning Y2


What will you choose to do?

  • Keep your street diary updated with all the exciting things that happen in your street. Remember to use interesting adjectives and verbs.
  • Look in detail at the outside of your own house and make a careful observational drawing.
  • Draw a plan or map of your ideal neighbourhood. Who would you like to have living on your street? You might choose fairytale characters, sports champions or pop stars. What type of house would your ideal neighbours have? Create a key to show features on your map. What local amenities would your residents need? For example, Harry Potter might need a wand shop, and Rapunzel might need hairdressers!
  • Watch a clip of a film made to show what family life was like in the 1900s. Talk to your grown ups about how life was different for children in the past. Draw pictures and write some sentences to share at school.
  • Draw and label a design for your own fantasy home. What will your home be built from? How will you get in and out of your house? What will you have in your garden? Make a model of your fantasy house using junk materials.
  • Watch time-lapse footage or look at step-by-step photographs of a house being built. Find out and list the types of building machinery needed to build a house. Draw or download images of each vehicle and write a description of what it is used for. Perhaps you could make a non-fiction book or PowerPoint presentation to show what you have found out?

Make a leaflet or short film all about your local community. Include drawings, photographs or footage to show what you can see and do in your local area. Write or record your thoughts on what it’s like to live there as well as ideas for improving it.

Make a board game with a local area theme -the track could be a street and you could visit different places in your local area as you travel round the board. Play your game with your grown ups or siblings/friends.


Spellings: Spelling list.pdf


White Rose Maths - Provides online lessons.