Welcome to Foundation Stage 2 – F2LS
Our staff for 2018/19:
Miss Senior with teaching assistants Miss Mooney
Mrs Marlow will work across both classrooms.
This term the new topic is ‘How does your garden grow?’ In Spring 1 we are looking at places things will not grow as a comparison such as ‘The Polar Regions’ and ‘Space’. In Spring 2 we will move onto finding out what plants and vegetables we can grow, what they will need to grow and finally growing our own plants to take home.
- Every child to have their P.E. kits in school – white t-shirt, black shorts/ leggings and black pumps. Our PE day is Wednesday.
- All book bags to be brought to school every day. Please change your child’s book using the coloured book boxes every morning. A gentle reminder to bring books back into school before taking a new book home.
- Homework menus go out on Friday every 2 weeks. We encourage all children to have a go doing at least one activity on the homework menu.
Latest Class News
Pirate Day As part of our immersion week on pirates, today we are having a pirate day! We will be attending pirate school to learn everything about being the best pirate. At school we will learn how to dance like a pirate and sing like a pirate. We will learn how to...read more
To mark Safer Internet Day 2019, each year group in school took part in a number of different activities based around keeping themselves safe online. This years theme for Safer Internet Day was 'Together for a Better Internet'. The year 6's had the opportunity to look...read more
Year 4 visited the Lyceum Theatre to watch a performance of ‘The Worst Witch’ as part of their current curriculum topic, 'Should Everyone Be Heard?'. It was many children’s first time visiting the theatre and the experience was a highly enjoyable and entertaining one...read more
Inspired by their learning on the achievements of many famous people, the Year 2 children wanted to achieve something for themselves. They decided as a year group that they would run a cafe, where all the products would be baked by themselves and they would donate the...read more