Monday, 19 July 2021

Welcome to Year 2

We are very excited to welcome our new cohort to Year 2 in September!
The children have had a lovely afternoon exploring their new classes. Here are some short videos of the classes if the children want to look at these over the Summer.
Miss Tynan will teach Mulberry Class next year (currently these children are in Walnut class) 

Miss Davis will teach in Pine Class next year (currently these children are in Beech class) 

Miss Hamilton will teach in Rowan class next year (currently these children are in Apricot class)

We have a lovely team of teaching assistants who will also support the children's learning.

Miss Harman

Mr Reeves

Mr Reeves

Miss Maguire

Mr Mayer

Miss Eve

Friday, 16 July 2021

Year 2 Certificates

E for Excellence- 

Rowan- Areya

Pine- Kenzie 

Mulberry - Loju 

Star writer- 

Rowan- Bernardo 

Pine- Jimmy 

Mulberry- Shivanshi

Reciprocity- Kolby 

I have made my teacher happy- Lily-Anne

Tracker awards- 

Bronze - Sophia

Silver - Rosie, Emily, JJ

Gold- Pranav, Scarlett, Shivanshi

Year One - Week 6 Celebration Certificates


Year One- Week 6 Celebration Certificates!

Apricot -

Roman, for his excellent work on halving and doubling this week in Maths. Roman was able to work out the answers and share his explanations with his classmates. Super work Roman!

Beech - 

Beech-E for E - Noah, for trying his best and thinking carefully about the choices he makes. Noah made great improvements and should be very proud of himself.

Walnut -

 Walnut -E for E - Veer, for independently halving and doubling 2-digit numbers in maths this week. Well done for your effort.

Apricot -

Abdulahad, for using his sounds and independently writing a sentence about himself in his About Me work for his new teacher. Fantastic work Abdulahad, well done!


Beech -

Pragya for her amazing independent writing. Pragya chose to create a story book and interesting story during her independent time. She used so fabulous vocabulary and remembered all of her full stops and capital letters. 

Walnut - 

 Dina, for working very hard to write lovely sentences in literacy this week. Dina used her sounds to help her write sentences about herself. Keep up the good work Dina.

 Dina, for working very hard to write lovely sentences in literacy this week. Dina used her sounds to help her write sentences about herself. Keep up the good work Dina.

I have made my teacher happy

Apricot - Jide, for being a good friend and taking turns with the other children, well done Jide!

Beech -Teacher Happy- Hope, for being super helpful in class. Hope is amazing at sorting and organising. She has made sure that the classroom is always tidy and also helps her friends find items if they have lost them.

Beech- Resilience- Fariha, for working through her maths problems independently. She showed great determination and tried her best. 


Beech- Reciprocity- Dhriti, for always making good choices and being a great role model to her class. She can work independently and work with others. Well done Dhriti, keep it up!


Walnut - Resilience- Poppy worked very hard to write sentences about herself this week. Using her sounds, Poppy had to rewrite her sentences to ensure they made sense. Well done Poppy.



Apricot - Adra, for helping others on her table with their sounding out during Literacy, well done Adra! 


Apricot - Toby, for his hard work in Maths. Even when it gets tricky, you never give up, well done!

Have a great weekend! 
The Year One Team

Year One Learning Week 6


Year One Learning Week 6


This week in Literacy the children were busy working on a best piece of writing about themselves for a display in their new classrooms. The children enjoyed discussing their favourite lessons, learning areas, hobbies, foods and more. They then used their sounds, punctuation and best handwriting to produce beautiful work. In addition, the children received letters back from their Year 2 penpals, they loved reading the letters and finding out the answers to the questions they had asked.  


This week in Maths the children were working on halving and doubling quantities. They enjoyed doing this outside using natural objects and hoops to practically share the quantities by 2. They worked together to complete different problems and explained their reasoning. They then solved halving and doubling problems in their books. 

Next week the children will be completing different Maths challenges across the week that will include different things that they have learned this year. 

Click here to try some Year 1 Maths Quizzes at home:

Key Vocabulary: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, add, take away, share, times, divide, shape, 3D shapes, cube, cuboid, sphere, pyramid, cylinder, cone.  


This week in RSE we were learning about parts of our bodies and how girls and boys bodies have physical differences. We then discussed correct vocabulary for different body parts. We sorted the body parts into parts that girls have, parts that boys have and parts that everyone has. 

Next week is the last week of term!

Next week we will be having lots of fun to celebrate the last week of school. The children will have their End of Year Assembly on Monday where the end of year awards will be given out. They will also be decorating biscuits, making photo frames for a Year 1 class photo and doing lots of fun outdoor and indoor activities. We'll also be playing lots of games to make sure they have a great last week!

Have a good weekend.

The Year One Team

Wednesday, 14 July 2021

Year 1 Obstacle Course

 Year One Obstacle Course

Year one had a brilliant time completing the obstacle course on Tuesday. They ran down the hill, under tarpaulins, through hoops, tunnels and more! They had a brilliant time and showed great team spirit, cheering each other on. 

The Year One Team

Chocolate Truffles Year 2

Year 2 have been very busy making their very own truffles this week. After shopping for their ingredients they then followed the recipe to create the perfect chocolate mixture, after allowing the mixture to cool we then rolled and decorated our truffles. The children designed labels and names for their truffles and all seemed to enjoy the end product!

Larissa "Let's use a spoon to scrape off all the chocolate into the cup!"

Anushri "It smells delicious!" 

Simon "I've rolled mine into small, delicious balls!"

Tuesday, 13 July 2021

Year 2 Obstacle Course

 The Year Two children really enjoyed taking part in the obstacle course today. They clambered over soft play equipment, scrambled under tarp, climbed through hoops and ladders and raced to the end. They showed great team spirit cheering each other on. Well done Year 2!