Class 1-2S

Autumn Term 2018



Welcome back Year 1/2.

I hope that you have all had a fantastic half term and are ready to get back into learning. We have a busy half term planned and I am excited to start the Christmas production J

 See the castle ahead? Get ready to invade its mighty walls! Meet Rapunzel who lives in a tall, tall tower. Let’s build a brand new one….who’s the tallest? Can you measure it?

 Then dig deep, deep down making burrows and tunnels, just like the animals that live underground.

 What’s that? I can hear little hooves going trip, trap, trip, trap, over the rickety bridge. Watch out for the angry troll underneath…He likes to gobble up little boys and girls! Make sure your bridge is sturdy enough to take the weight and get us safety to the other side.


This term in maths we will be:

  • Learning about place value
  • Addition and subtractions
  • Number bonds

To help your child you can:

  • Do lots of counting in different steps and practise counting forwards and backwards from different numbers.
  • Look at different measures used in the home.
  • Add and subtract using different methods.

Home expectations:

  • Read at least 5 times a week
  • Complete your homework each week
  • Practise your phonics and tricky word key rings at least twice a week


Our Whole School ‘In it To Win It’ challenge for the children who are reading at least if not more than 5 times a week and is recorded in their reading records by an adult, homework is handed in on a Thursday and have their PE Kit in school for a Thursday.afternoon PE session, those children will gain a raffle ticket each week they accomplished these for a chance to win a prize, so please keep reading and supporting your child at home.  

We thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning, if you have any questions or concerns, we have an open door policy for you to speak with your child’s teacher or any other member of staff.

Please use the link below to view our Curriculum Map

Curriculum Map-Year 1-2 Aut 2-2018.pdf


Mrs Snaith

      and Mrs Shillito