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Belmont Primary School, Belmont Road, Chiswick, London W4 5UL

Belmont Primary School

Belmont Primary School

  • 'Belmont has always struck the right balance between academia and learning for life.'
  • 'A school that doesn't just excel at the academics but provides so much more, whether its music lessons and the lunchtime choir, or the 350 spaces in clubs each week, the football and netball teams or the shows that raise the roof of the top hall.'
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  • 'The children are really fortunate to have such wonderful opportunities which is why they love Belmont and which makes it such an amazing school.'
  • 'All adults in the school model very high expectations of themselves and of others. They show outstanding levels of care and concern for the personal development and well-being of each individual pupil.'
    Ofsted 2007
  • 'Moving on to secondary school, I will miss the teachers at Belmont, the great sense of a hard working community, my friends and the netball team.'
  • 'On my first day at Belmont everyone was so welcoming and I made friends straight away'.
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Year Two Notice Board



The children have been wonderful doing their SATs booklets. They have demonstrated our learning dispositions of independence, working hard, resilience and self motivation. They SATs are now finished! Please enjoy a well-earned break this week. 


Long hair must be tied back for school. 

Long hair can be a distraction in lessons. It can also be dangerous in PE lessons as it can prevent the children from being able to see clearly, and could also get caught on the apparatus/equipment.

Our uniform policy states that 'Children with long hair should wear it tied or clipped back for school. Hair accessories should be discreet and ideally in school colours'.


1. Information for the 2018 KS1 assessments is now available

Information for Y2 Parents 2018

Please view the information video below. It provides details about the tests that pupils take at key stage 1. 

More information can be found on the Oxford Owl website. 

Oxford Owl website- KS1 SATs

2. Summer term

We are very lucky to have Mrs Rogers doing her final teaching practice with Apricots this term. She will be with us until the end of June. 

Our new topic for the summer term is Water, Water Everywhere. The children will be learning water facts, and finding out about the Galapagos Islands and different sea creatures. They will get to make their own hand puppet and we will be off to Bournemouth in June! 

Later in the term we will be doing a sewing project.  It would be great if you could start practising at home using lacing activities or threading beads. You might also like to YouTube blanket and running stitch and begin to have a go yourself!

3. Weekly Home Learning - sent home every Friday

We are not sending any more weekly homework.  Please focus on Creative Home Learning from now on. 


Calendar/ Key dates

School Diary


Half term (28th May- 1st June)

Mon 11th June - Friday 15th June KS1 Phonics Check

Wednesday 13th June - Sports Day

Tuesday 19th June - Day trip to Bournemouth



Welcome to Year 2 2017


Home Learning

Recent and extensive educational research has found that homework for primary aged children has minimal impact unless it reinforces learning and regularly allows children to rehearse and practise skills and facts e.g. times tables and spellings.



Children are expected to read at home regularly (at least 10 - 15 minutes daily) and to discuss their reading with an adult at home to develop language and comprehension. Reading Record books must be brought into school every Monday to be checked. It may be that the Reading Record is checked more than once during the week. Children are able to change their reading book whenever they need to. Children may also borrow books from the Infant Library. We encourage the children to share their library book with an adult at home as well.

Helping your child with reading 2017-18

Nurturing young readers

Reading with your child in Key Stage 1

Year 2 book recommendation list


Key words/ Spelling

Please practise reading and writing your spellings. Make sure that you know the meaning of each word. There is a Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check sheet below that you can use to help you. Spellings will be tested through a dictation each week. Spelling words will be added below on a Monday and the dictation will take place the following Monday. 


This week’s spellings:

We have now finished all the Y2 spelling patterns. Please recap the words from previous weeks and the common exception words. The Y3 and Y4 common exception words are attached below if you want to have a sneak preview. 

Y1 & Y2 Common Exception Words

Y3 & Y4 Common Exception Words

Look Say Cover Write Check

Ideas to help with spelling



Here is a copy of our handwriting guidelines. Belmont follows an adapted version of the Nelson scheme. In Year 2, once individual letter formation is accurate, the children are encouraged to start using cursive/joined up writing during lessons. 

Belmont Handwriting Guidelines


Number Facts and Times Tables

You can print your child's times tables challenge to practise at home. All children are starting on Level 1. Year 2 will do the times table challenge every Friday and the children will bring home their challenge sheet to share with you. 

Times tables challenge

Maths Curriculum Grid Year 2


Creative Home Learning

Creative Home Learning Summer 2018


Learning this week:


The Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine Week 1


Number & Statistics (bar modelling, collecting data, drawing tables with a ruler, interpreting data & drawing block graphs)


Learning next week:


The Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine Week 2


Geometry (comparing properties of shapes)


Year 2 Learning Tree - Summer