Key Stage 1 is the time spent in Year 1 and Year 2. In Year 2 we have two classes. At the end of Year 2 our children move to the Junior School.
Class 6 Forest School w/c 25th June
Class 6 Forest School, group A, will have their session on WEDNESDAY 27th June (instead of Thursday 28th).
Y2 visit to St Albans Masorti Synagogue
Class 5 garbage Gobblers
Year 2 Calendar
In Computing the children have been learning about how to program 'Scratch' on the pc. They can access this at home, the website is called scratch.mit.edu and they can follow the tutorial 'try it out'.
Class 6 have been reciting poetry
Year 2 are learning keyboard skills. In school we use Tux Typing which is free to download if you would like to have it at home here is the link http://tux4kids.alioth.debian.org/tuxtype/download.php
Please ensure your child comes to school wearing old gardening clothes, especially wellies and a waterproof jacket. Waterproof trousers are also useful as the children will be going outside, regardless of the weather. These can be brought to school in a bag. School uniform is not required on your child’s outdoor day.
Gymnastics in Class 6
Sharing Home Learning
We brainstormed the letters topic and the children had lots of ideas for class and home learning.
The children sharing their home learning books and playing the games that they made - they have been so excited about the home learning!
PE with Game On
PE with Game On
Teachers: Mrs Watters (Mon,Tues & Fri) & Mrs Tennant (Wed & Thurs). Mrs Rees (PSHE)
Assistants: Mrs Carillo
Teachers: Miss Cannon (Mon-Thurs), Mrs Tennant (Fri). Mrs Rees (PSHE)
Assistants: Mrs Moss (Mon-Wed), Mrs Realmuto (Thur & Fri)
Both classes will be supported by:
Mrs Clouting – Learning support Assistant
Mrs Grisley– Teaching Assistant
Mrs Chandler –Language support
Mrs Doherty – Computing
Mrs Murphy – SEN
Game on coaching- Coach Richard and Coach Alex
Class 5's Scratch movie
Class 6's Scratch movie
"This [outstanding progress and an excellent start] is maintained in Years 1 and 2, and pupils develop excellent attitudes towards learning.......The school has worked particularly hard at improving boys’ achievement, especially in writing. This has been very successful and boys now achieve much better than boys of the same age nationally." Ofsted Report, July 2011
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