Welcome to Class 2


       In our wonderful class, we are encouraged to explore new things, embrace our curious minds, build life long friendships and build many life skills. Class 2 is set up to encourage independent learning through both formal teaching and continuous provision.
Class 2 Staff
Class Teacher, DDSL and Maths Lead: Mrs Moscrop
HLTA: Mrs Dunn
TA: Mrs Dixon 
Our Learning Journey!

Our Values

In Class 2, we nurture the individuality of every child. In a safe and secure environment, we give everyone a sense of belonging, self-worth and value.  

The teaching staff work closely with the children to ensure that all needs are met and all learning styles are accommodated for, which enables them to fulfil their potential.

High expectations are set at the beginning of the year which enables the children to thrive and believe in themselves. 

Through a creative curriculum, both outdoors and in, we encourage children to come out of their comfort zone by taking risks to broaden their horizons. Lessons are based on the children's interests and planned to engage and challenge their curious minds. Educational visits and organisations coming into school are key to bringing the children's learning to life.

Key Stage 1 Curriculum 
Download our termly curriculum documents to give you an insight to the learning that is taking place in Class 2 and how we make links across the curriculum to provide more purposeful learning.  
Our Knowledge Organisers show the key skills, vocabulary and knowledge we intend to teach the children and how this fits in with the National Curriculum. 
Below are Class 2's planning documents for this year so far.
Progression Models
Our progression models show how our children will develop their skills and knowledge in the foundation areas of the curriculum so that they can experience a broad learning journey. These experiences will support our children with the transition from Reception to Year 1, then Year 1 to Year 2, and moving forward to Key stage 2.
Please click on the links below to view the different Progression Models for EYFS and Primary. 
Class 2 Information 
Here is a list of the weekly tasks that will require some support from you at home:

PE- Class 2 have PE on a Monday morning and Commando Joe's on a Thursday morning. Please can your child bring their PE kit into school on Monday morning, then leave it in school until the end of the week. PE kit should include a white t-shirt, black, blue or grey short/joggers and some trainers or plimsolls.

Forest School – We plan to go across to our Forest School sight every Wednesday and carry out activities that help build the children’s confidence, teamwork and resilience. Your child will need waterproof trousers, a coat and some wellies for wet days. These are to be brought into school on a Wednesday morning and will be returned home that evening. (Autumn Term 1 and Summer Term).

Home Reading- Children should bring their reading folder into school each day. Your child would benefit greatly from reading to an adult or older sibling each day. We will listen to your child read twice a week and change their book once it has been read fluently and they can confidently answer questions about the book. Please use the book mark your child has been given to ask questions and create discussion about the book. 

Spellings- Each week your child will be tested on spellings that are appropriate for their age. As your child moves on through the year, they will be taught specific spelling rules and these rules will be written at the top of the spelling page for your information. The children will be tested every Friday. We recommend that you practise the spellings three times a week to help your child feel confident when it comes to doing the test.

High Frequency Words – To help improve the pace of reading and accuracy of spelling, it is recommended that children practise their high frequency words each week. We also work on the same words during phonics sessions and interventions to help build the children’s confidence. The children will be tested on both reading and spelling these words and will progress to the next stage when confident.

 Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries about your child’s learning or progress.

Please find below some useful information if you have a child in Class 2. 
Your Child's Personal Wellbeing

Wherever a child or young person lives, whatever their age, social or personal situation, research shows that there are ways to improve personal wellbeing. Improving wellbeing has a direct link not only to feeling better, but also functioning better. It helps with physical health, and also things like performance at school, and quality of life.

The Five Ways to Wellbeing are to:




Be Active



Attached is a poster with more information about looking after our mental health. 

 Our English Curriculum
Children are given daily opportunities to write within a range of genres and across the curriculum. They are grouped according to their ability and these groups are changed throughout the year to ensure pupils are accessing relevant learning tasks for their ability.
Fun and engaging topics are chosen to capture the children’s interests and give them a purpose for their writing. We use a range of teaching techniques to build independent writing skills such as The Power of Reading and Pie Corbett’s Talk for Writing. Alongside these, we teach grammar and basic skills to help improve the children accuracy and quality of their writing.
Children carry out hand writing lessons daily, working on neat letter formation and size which they then progress to joining in year 2. We teach phonics daily through a programme called Read Write Inc. Children are assessed each half term and sessions are adapted to meet individual needs. Children are given a list of spelling and high frequency words each week to learn at home which tie into their phonics sessions.
In daily writing lessons, children have resources available, such as phonics mats and vocabulary mats to support independent writing. Teachers model high expectations of writing and take every opportunity to expand vocabulary to promote a language rich environment.
End of Year Expectations for Literacy 
Here are some documents that have the objectives we teach from the National Curriculum and what we aim for our children to achieve in Literacy by the end of the year. 
Our Maths Curriculum 

In Class 2, we are committed to providing our children with a Maths curriculum that is creative and engaging and impacts positively upon their needs. All children are expected to succeed in mathematics and make progress from their starting points. Our teachers provide quality modelling and sets high expectations in all lessons.

Many of our maths lessons are practical, giving children a range of materials to support their learning needs and help deepen their understanding. Lessons are taught in small steps to ensure that children are able to progress through the learning and reach their maximum potential. 

We believe that basic skills are the key to making children fluent and confident mathematicians. Number bonds, place value and timetables are taught on a regular basis through practical, mental and electronic resources. 

We love to learn outdoors and are able to add excitement to our maths curriculum by using our amazing surroundings. Children enjoy carrying out maths hunts, data handling activities, shape activities and many more activities that build their confidence in maths. 

Take a look at some of the maths activities we get up to in Class 2. 

 End of year expectation for Maths 
Here are some documents that have the objectives we teach from the National Curriculum and what we aim for our children to achieve in Maths by the end of the year. 
Year 2 SATs
All children are assessed during the last term of year 2 to judge what they have learned over the course of Key Stage one (years 1 and 2).
We judge whether each child has achieved the expected standards for the end of Key Stage one. To do this we  use a range of evidence to support our judgements, including the children’s results in their national curriculum tests, as well as independent work in class. We judge what each child is able to do independently and align this with the national expectations for a child at the end of Key Stage one.
Please click on the link below for futher details.