Welcome to Class 2!
If you have any concerns over the closure and need to contact your class teacher, please e-mail
A Message from Miss Walker - Summer B
Hi Class 2
It has been such a long time since I have seen most of you and I really do miss you all very much. Thank you to all of you who have sent me lovely messages and videos on the Purple Mash Blog. It has really cheered me up to see all the wonderful things that you have been doing while you have been learning at home. I feel so very proud of you for working so hard, and I know your mummies and daddies must do too.
I have set you a new, fun learning menu with lots of different activities for you to have a go at. You can also find some super resources on “BBC Bitesize” and on “Oak National Academy”. These have videos for you to watch first and then activities for you to complete. Remember to send me some photos and messages of any work that you do! You can also look at the activities on our “Have Fun Outside” menu. Remember that getting outside in the fresh air and learning outdoors doing lots of practical activities is also an important part in your learning journey.
Remember to stay safe with your family and look after each other. Try hard to always be kind and helpful at home.
I miss you very much and I can’t wait to see you all again soon.
Lots of love from
Miss Walker xx
At school, we begin learning to write in Reception/EYFS and use a teaching method called 'Talk for writing' until a child's final year in year 6.
I have attached three new story units below that you may like to use to support your childs oral retelling of stories
The Reception units are called:
The Amazing Adventures of Max
Mavis the Magical Cat
The Year 1 units are called:
Pipperty Skycap: A tale of Mischeif
Sydney Spider - A tale of Friendship
Syeeda - The Pirate Princess
It would be lovely if you could read these stories to your child and ask them the questions along the way. I am sure Miss Walker would love to see some video clips or photographs of the children in class 2 completing some of these wonderful stories and activities.
A huge thank you for all that you are doing to support your child's home learning
Year 1 Mathematics
Here is a parent friendly guide for the Mathematics skills which are taught in Year 1. We are hoping you will find this useful to support any additional Maths work you are doing with your child during the school closure.