STAY SAFE!      STAY WELL!   

Class teacher: Mrs. Percival

Teaching assistants: Mrs Kelsall and Miss Luddon

Miss Newton teaches on Tuesday and Friday afternoons in Class 2.

Mrs Barker teaches on Monday and Thursday afternoons in Class 2.

PE: Thursday afternoon & Friday morning.

Upcoming events



 Home Learning 

I hope everyone is keeping well and are enjoying the learning games. I have added a few more games to keep you busy and some different activities to  stop you from getting too bored!


Challenges 1-10 are good for Year 1, Year 2 should practice 1-10 and then concentrate on challenges 11-20- these are tricky! 

https://ttrockstars.com/- more suitable for Year 2's but would suit Year 1's who like a challenge

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ - phase 3 and 5 phonics games suitable for Year 1


https://www.purplemash.com - use your individual username and password to login. Click on the '2do' tick to find home learning tasks I have set especially for class 2.



Click on learning games -  select age 5-7, then choose Maths or English.

In English I would recommend the 'full stops game' 'karate cats' 'forest phonics' and 'little bird spelling' also 'fish 'em up' for Year 2.

In Maths I would recommend 'placing numbers on a number line', 'blast off spelling', 'number fact families' subtraction grids' 'hit the button', demolition division' 'toy shop money game', 'cuddly toy sale', 'How much left' 'telling the time in words' and 'match the times' (o clock and I/2 past for year 1, to 1/4 hour then to 5 minute interval for year 2) 

When selecting the level for math's games Year 1's need to work on calculating within 20 and Year 2's calculating within 100.



This site has some fun Maths and English games suitable for KS1


https://www.teachactive.org/my-account?code=AYO3U - Maths and English home learning activities, right click and open in a new tab


https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/# - free ebooks, just select the relevant age group


Possible English Activities

  • Read , watch or listen to different traditional tales e.g. Jack and the Beanstalk, 3 little pigs, Cinderella etc (cbeebies, utube) 
  • Make your own book about your favourite traditional tale
  • Draw a picture and write some sentences to describe your favourite story character
  • Pretend you are a story character e.g. Goldilocks and write about your day.

Possible Maths Activities

Practice counting in 2's 5's 3's and 10's

Play shop - paying with coins (up to 20p for Year 1) (up to £1 and above for Year 2)

Baking - measuring out quantities

Practice telling the time (to 1/2 or 1/4 hour for Year 1, to nearest 5 mins for Year 2)


Keep learning your number bonds and practice your spellings and handwriting. Enjoy sharing books with your family and read as much as you can.

Good luck and keep safe!

Mrs Percival

  Class 2 Curriculum Summary - Summer Term 

This term our main topic is 'Our Local Area'. Here are some of the activities the children will be enjoying when we come back to school. However, feel free to carry out your own research and activities linked to our topic at home if you wish.


  • Identifying wild plants in the local area
  • Visiting Chesham woods, naming types of trees
  • Naming parts of a plant/tree
  • Understanding why plants are important



  • Knowing own address
  • Finding own address/school on a map
  • Identifying places in the locality
  • Planning a route, mapping
  • Likes/dislikes in the area 

"I live at.........."                                

Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE)

  • Caring for our local environment
  • Recognising what we are good at
  • Setting goals


Religious Education (RE)

  • Studying the Jewish and Christian faiths
  • The Story of Creation
  • The Story of Moses and its importance to Jews
  • The story of Purim



  • Games – Developing ball skills including throwing and catching and simple competitive games
  • Gymnastics – Exploring ways to move on the floor and using apparatus. Developing rolling techniques.



  • Observational drawings of plants in the environment
  • Studying the work of Georgia O’Keeffe
  • Developing painting techniques

                American artist Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986)


  • Using 2animate to make a moving picture
  • Using text and multimedia



  • Exploring rhythm, beat, tempo and volume
  • Playing instruments to accompany songs 



  • Counting on and back in ones, two, threes, fives and tens from different starting numbers
  • Understanding the value of a digit e.g. in 14 the 1 has a value of 10
  • Addition strategies e.g counting on from the biggest number(Y1), adding tens then ones (Y2)
  • Subtraction – finding the difference by counting on (Y1) subtracting tens then ones (Y2)
  • Understanding the relationship between addition and subtraction
  • Solving missing number problems
  • Solving multiplication and division problems
  • Telling the time to the quarter hour (Y1) 5 minute interval (Y2)
  • Measuring – reading a scale
  • Recognising all coins, totalling coins (Y1) giving change (Y2)
  • Finding ½ and ¼ of a number of objects (Y1) finding ¾ 1/3 2/3 of a shape or number (Y2)
  • Describing turns – ¼ ½ ¾ turns clockwise and anticlockwise, right angle turns (Y2)
  • Identifying vertical symmetry



  • Reading ‘recounts’ and identifying features
  • Writing recounts of our holidays, class trip and events in school.
  • Studying the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’
  • Inferring meaning when reading; answering questions about what we read.
  • Phonics- different ways of representing vowel sounds
  • Handwriting – forming all letters correctly including capital letters(Y1). Joining letters (Y2)
  • Grammar & Punctuation –Using the past tense correctly. Spelling words ending with ing, er and est. Exploring time connectives used in stories and recounts. Using conjunctions ‘and’ ‘so’ ‘but’  ‘because’  ‘if’  and ‘that’ to extend sentences. Identifying and using adverbs.


I hope you find this information useful, please contact me if you need any help or further advice.

Thanking you for your support

Mrs Percival

Above - our representatives on the school council from the Autumn/early Spring Terms

Below - our terrific 'Polar Animals' hall display from the Spring Term

Below - 2 of our fantastic displays from the Autumn Term