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Welcome to Class 2


Hello class 2. We hope you are all enjoying your half term and the gloriously, sunny weather. 


We hope to be welcoming back most of year 1 as of June 1st and cannot wait to see your faces and catch up. Miss Gibbons will be there to welcome you back on Tuesday morning smiley


A few things to remember for those coming back to school:

  • There will be no daily fruit for KS1, snacks are therefore advised, these must be in disposable wrappers and not tupperware please. 
  • No toys or items from home are allowed to be brought in to school.
  • You do not need to wear school uniform, clean clothes should be worn each day.
  • No bookbags or PE bags to be brought to school.
  • Year 1 children must arrive between 8:45am - 9am and wait in the playground using the 2m spacing guides allocated from the gate by the OOMPA. Miss Gibbons will be there to welcome your child and take them in. Parents are not permitted in the building.
  • Pick up is between 3pm-3:15pm - please wait outside of the playground, Miss Gibbons will hand your child over to you. Please be aware Friday pick up is between 12:30pm-12:45pm.
  • Please apply suncream before school, this must not be brought in. A sun hat is advised. 


If, like Mrs Horth, you are not back at school just yet, do not worry, we shall still be setting work for you to get on with at home and we are still here to support you. If you need us you can still email via or phone school and we can arrange a time to phone you back. 


Wishing you all a great final term.

Mrs Horth and Miss Gibbons


A BIG hello from us to you! 

We are in full swing of our first day back here at school. We have done our daily fluency, some spelling practise and completed our VIPERS questions. 

We wanted to say a big hello to you all. smiley

Class 2's new look!

You are now responsible for a whole desk!
An example of what your table will look like.

Weekly Homework for those back in school!


Each week those children who are back in school will need to continue practising the spelling list which will be on the class page under the week commencing.

We will resume our weekly spelling tests on a Friday and will be practising each morning during the week in school.

Let's get reading …


Above is a link which will take you straight to the Oxford Owl ebook library. This is a platform that we are currently using in Class 2 to support the reading of those children who have returned.

There is a wide range of books available which are free to access. Your child should know their reading stage which will help you when selecting reading material (if not, please do no hesitate to contact us). Please feel free to use this website as an extra resource for reading at home. 




Calling all wildlife enthusiasts … 


There's so much to see all year round, and a little bit of nature every day really does make you feel happier and healthier so the Wildlife Trust have set up a 30 Days Wild campaign throughout June. 


Below are all the resources you will need to get out side and explore nature. Pick and choose any of the activities you would like to complete. We would love to see what you get up to so please send us your pictures.


Happy exploring wildlife lovers!

Our Home Schooling Pictures 


Keep sending us your pictures of all the amazing things you are getting up to whilst home schooling, including your projects and the challenges! smiley


Select the buttons below to see Class 2's pictures throughout Home Schooling. 

Summer Term Fun

Congratulations Class 2!


You have read over 250 books on the Epic Books website. 


This is an amazing achievement!


Wow! Keep up the amazing reading. smiley

Create your own Covid-19 capsule booklet

Useful Websites


Below are a selection of websites we have out together for use at home. There is a wide range from languages to outdoor activities. There is no expectation that you access these websites, but should you need some ideas to fill the time you may find the below useful whilst also being educational. 

Useful Information For Parents