Class 2 is made up of year 1 and 2 pupils in a mixed aged setting. Class is led by Mrs Love. Mrs Love is a kind and generous teacher who loves to make learning fun. Mrs Love is supported by Mrs Sumner and together they help to make sure all of the pupils achieve the very best they can.


Important Information

Reading - Reading books should be read each night, please help your child to read and enjoy their book and write a comment in their diary to show us that your child has read or any comments you would like to pass on. Reading books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday if they are brought in with the diary signed by an adult. Lots of children enjoy reading through Bug Club and this could be used if your child has finished their book on a Tuesday or Thursday. 

Homework - Homework is given out on a Friday and is expected in the following Friday.

Spelling - Spellings are given out on a Friday and pupils will be tested on the following Friday.

Water Bottle - Please ensure your child has a labelled water bottle in school. These will be sent home daily to be washed and should be returned on the following day.

Labelled Clothing - Please ensure your child's school clothing (jumpers, trousers, PE kits and shoes) are clearly labelled with their forename and surname. 

PE - PE will take place on Monday and Tuesdays, so please make sure that your child brings in their kit at the beginning of the week.  

class 2 summer topic

Welcome back to our last half term in Class 2.  Despite the challenges we have encountered, we have had a really super year and everybody has made so much progress and is ready to move onto the next year and the next challenges!  Our final topic of the year is: 'Inspirational Women in History.'

In this topic, we will be researching the lives of two key female figures who have shaped History.  Both Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale worked tirelessly and selflessly to make other peoples' lives better. 

Please find our 'Topic Letter' below with more information.

Class 2 Topic Summer