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Year 2 SATS Meeting Information

We have uploaded some key documents and information relating to our SATS meeting to be held  February 6th at 2.50pm.  We hope you will find them useful as you support your child in Year 2.  We will upload notes relating to the meeting specifically after the event for reference and for those of you who were unable to attend.


Later in the term we will also provide you with some optional tasks relating to reading, spelling, grammar and maths so that you can practice SAT type tasks if you would like to.  We have found that children who have been exposed to questions in a similar format have felt more confident during SATS week.

Skills Practise Summary Weekly

Spring Term Skills Practice Focus:  Tables - multiplication and division facts.


This term our maths focus in Kingfisher Class is tables.  We assessed their recall at the end of the Autumn Term prior to the commencement of a unit on multiplication and division.  Check your child's Skills Practice Book to find out the tables they need to focus on first.  We will test them again towards the end of the Spring Term.


As a rough guide, year 2 children should be able to recall multiplication facts in the 2, 5 and 10 times table in and out of order as well as related division facts. Year 3 children should be able to recall those tables listed for year 2 children as well as facts in the 3, 4 and 8 times table, including related division facts.

Some helpful activities are attached below.

There are lots of helpful and motivating websites available too, especially bbcbite sized and top marks

Useful activities for learning tables in Year 2 and 3


We have recently subscribed to a new phonics interactive website:


This resource is idea for practising spelling and reading of words containing the phonemes making up Phases 2 - 6 i.e. Reception to Year 2.  Details about how to access it are in the current Parents' Bulletin


Spellings. Spellings for Phase 5 Spring ii can be found below. Gem spellers continue on their individual path, also summarised below.