We will, as our pupils are growing and learning with us, care for, support and safeguard them whilst striving to encourage them to be responsible citizens and do the same for each other and their wider community.


We will strive to ignite our pupils’ desire and enthusiasm to learn without limits.


We will aim to encourage our pupils and school community to develop academically and socially which will develop their desire to explore the wider world, skilled and equipped to find out even more.


We will foster belief through believing in yourself, taking on challenges and digging deep within yourself to conquer fears.

Year 2

Hello Year 2,


We hope you are all safe and well. 


Please see below: links to home learning for you to access across the rest of the summer term. 


We recognise every family has different pressures at this time and may not all be able to access the full home learning offer. Please do not let that worry you at all. Yours and your child’s wellbeing is top of any list. Our suggestion would be to prioritise the English and maths and physical activity.


Mrs Levy and Mrs Robinson


To contact your teachers, please use the email below


BBC Bitesize BBC Bitesize has added daily lessons since April 20th for English and Maths. Please select and complete part or all of any Y2 task.
Oak Academy The Oak National Academy have a range of tasks to supplement your work in English and Maths
Science Our science topic is Animals including humans. We have set a task for each week, designed to take you up to 2 hours to complete. CLICK HERE
Geography Our humanities focuses on Geography this half term. Our topics cover: naming and locating the world’s 7 continents and

5 oceans and identifying hot & cold areas of the world. There is a weekly task for you, designed to take up to two hours to complete. CLICK HERE

Art and Design

We have designed a series of art and design tasks specifically for home learning. The Year 2 theme is Portraits


Times Tables
Rock Stars
Please continue to make frequent visits to the Times Table Rock Stars website or using the app. You can still become a Rock Legend...! CLICK HERE
Blue Peter's 
6 Badges of Summer
Over six weeks in June and July, Blue Peter will be celebrating a different Blue Peter badge a week. Green, Sport, Music, Blue, Fan Club and Silver – 6 Blue Peter Badges you can earn right now!
    Click here for our previous Year 2 work home learning tasks


Read Qui Conduit? with Madame Murphy

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Madame Murphy reads The Little Red Hen in French

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Madame Murphy reads Chapeau.


Mr.Ransom's Teacup Challenge

Inspired by some famous footballers and Phase 3's 'TeaPOT Challenge', I want to challenge you to try my 'TeaCUP Challenge'!
I would love to see how you get on - send your videos to
All pupils and staff are welcome to have a go!

Have fun!


Here is a link to some online safety resources for you to use whilst at home. There are simple 15 minute activities for different ages, which will be refreshed every fortnight. 

There are lots of fun and interesting things you can do on the internet. And it can be a great way to stay in touch with friends. But it’s important to understand how to stay safe online.

Sometimes people will try to trick you into clicking dangerous links or sharing things about yourself. Or something you’ve shared might be used to bully or frighten you.

For more information and advice on how to keep yourself safe online visit the Childline website;

Every day David Walliams will be reading one of his stories to you. Please click on the picture below to listen.


Once again, we were amazed and inspired by such a huge variety of homework produced.

Well done, Year 2.

Year 2 Multiskills


On Thursday 14th November year 2 had a fantastic afternoon at Macclesfield Academy taking part in a sports afternoon. The children took part in many different activities including basketball, agility zig-zag, balancing, cups and saucers, bean game, crossing the river and many more. The children had fun and all showed our 6 Parkroyal positive attitudes; ambition, respect, cooperation, enthusiasm, pride and perseverance. Well done to all of year 2.


It's '6 Ways to be Smart' time....

Phase 2's '6 Ways to be Smart' work from the Spring term has looked amazing displayed on our corridor. Just a reminder that this Summer's tasks are due in on the week commencing 24th June. To give everyone a chance to contribute, we will be looking at the homeworks later on during the week.

Learn the standing jump

Our indoor PE session will focus on Athletics skills this term. We began with the standing jump, using a  2-feet launch and landing, and using our arms and body to give momentum. Watch them fly...!

A Gruffalo puppet show

To launch our new Summer topic of 'Tails and Tales', Year 2 made Gruffalo puppets to help them retell the story as a group. 

Rounders skills

In the Summer Term, Year 2 will be developing skills to support them playing rounders! We began in the sunshine this week, learning about underarm throws and catching. 

Playing Boccia

During this half term, Year 2 have learned to play Boccia during PE. This is a form of bowls specially designed to be accessible by all. It is a game of hand-eye coordination and strategy, and a lot of fun!

6 Ways to be Smart

We have been sharing our 6WTBS homework this week (Thank you for your patience!). We have loved seeing the poems, the vehicle designs, and a full serving of crepes! Thank you to everyone who has guided, assisted, filmed, cleaned up and helped in any way to make the homework task such a success. 

Forgiveness on our RE days

On our RE days, we focused on stories from the bible that featured forgiveness. We learned the story of 'The Prodigal Son' and thought about forgiveness in our own lives and our classroom. Here are some examples that the children thought that they might need to admit to...all for fun though!

Talking about saving with Leek United

On Monday, Carol and Di from Leek United Building Society visited to talk about saving. They were joined by their mascot, Humphrey the Camel, who liked to spend his money on ice cream rather than saving it. The children listened to Humphrey's story, and played a game matching coins to the price of items. The children took home a piggy bank to help them save their money.
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