Class 2 is a mixed Year 1 and Year 2 group. The class teacher is Emma Kalarus and Sarah Reid (Fridays), who are supported by teaching assistant Lesley Connell . Emma Kalarus can be contacted directly at drop off or pick up time or by email: 

Sarah Reids email is:

Pupil work

If your child is off, here are activities that they can do.  Feel free to email me if you have any questions.  Please email me if you need hard copies of any of the below and I can arrange for these to be left in the the office to be picked up.

Year 1 & some year 2 maths (Blue, Green and Little Purple table)

Year 1 Spring 1 Activity Mat 4

Year 1 Spring 1 Activity Mat 3

Year 1 Spring 1 Activity Mat 2

Year 1 Spring 1 Activity Mat 1

Year 1 – Reasoning – Spring 2019

Year 1 – Assessment Reasoning – Autumn 2018

Adding and Subtraction

Maths and Addition Workbook

Year 1 – Assessment Arithmetic – Autumn 2018

Year 1 – Arithmetic – Spring 2019

Year 1 & some year 2 Literacy work (Blue, Green and Little Purple table)

Year 1 literacy project

Reading for year 1 and year 2 children

Readng ideas KS1

Maths work for Year 2 ( Yellow and big purple table)




2019_KS1_Year 2_Maths_Paper_1_Arithmetic

Literacy work for Year 2 ( Yellow and big purple table)

Year 2 Literacy project

PE – Keeping active and fit at home

Cosmic Kids on Youtube is a great way to stay active at home, these videos are stories but linked to yoga.


Class 2’s weekly time table

This term we are learning all about Space

Please click here to see our topic planning 

We’ve started by looking at our own houses and homes and comparing different types of homes that people may live in. As part of our topic we are looking at the ‘Hansel and Gretel’ story during our Literacy lessons.


Your child will be taking part in P.E lessons every Monday and Wednesday. Please could you make sure that their correct P.E kits are available on Wednesdays. The children should be wearing black shorts, white t’shirts and plimsoles or trainers.



Book bags need to be in school daily. Please can you make sure your children’s book bags are placed in the boxes provided. We check all of the book bags daily so there is no need to remove any books from your child’s bag. We will change books if they have been finished.

High frequency words will soon sent home for you to practise with your child during the week. There will be on going assessments in class to track the children’s progress and new words will be sent home as appropriate. If you recieve these words they will be on an A4 piece of paper, all of the words that are not ticked are the words you need to practise.

Please click here to see the first 100 high frequency words and the next 200 high frequency words that we will be learning to read and spell during KS1.



  • Number Bond Challenge – please bring number bonds book in on Wednesdays so the children can take part in their number bond challenge on Wednesday and new Challenges will go out Thursdays.
  • Phonics – homework goes home on a Friday, to be returned on a Thursday/Friday, please. This homework will be linked to the Letters and Sounds work being covered in lessons that week.
  • Spellings – Spellings will take place on a Wednesday, please help your children to learn their spellings at home. New spellings will be sent home every Thursday.

Please use the links below to access resources at home to support your child learning in Literacy and Numeracy

Number bonds to 10  

Number bonds to 20

 Counting up in steps of 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.



Your child will be taking part in forest school lessons on a Tuesday afternoon, please can all waterproofs and wellington boots be kept in school so we have access to these every other Tuesday. These sessions will be weather permitting.

Assessment and the ‘mastery’ curriculum.

Please feel free to look at the following presentation about the ‘mastery’ approach to maths learning.  presentation .

End of year expectations in reading, writing and maths. These are also uploaded for you to view online: Year 2


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