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Class 2 2018 - 2019

Mr Harley

Mrs Davies

Mrs Cairns

Mrs Williamson

Class Teacher - Mr Harley 

Welcome to Class 2's page!

I hope that you all had a fantastic summer holiday and that it was full of lots of fun and laughter.

As many of you are aware, at the end of the last school term my wife was due to give birth and I am delighted to share that at the start of the holidays, she gave birth to our beautiful daughter Freya. As a result, I will be on paternity leave for the first two weeks of this term and will be returning to the classroom on the 19th September 2018. In the meantime, Mrs Lloyd will be teaching in Class 2.

The teaching and learning in the half term ahead will focus on learning more about the continent of Africa and stories set in the continent, such as Handa’s Surprise.

The children have some prior knowledge of the continent, which is great, and I have utilised this in my planning to ensure that all children settle quickly into the learning that they are going to be doing this year. It has also been very exciting to find new challenging and engaging activities for the children to undertake, such as researching and learning about the origins of masks within African culture, planning and delivering their own weather reports and undertaking their own observational drawings of African animals – just to name a few of the things the children will be doing this half term.

In literacy, the children will be focusing on developing and improving the structure of sentences by writing for a number of different purposes: non-chronological reports (animal factsheets), their own stories, a book review and much more.

The mathematics that the children will be undertaking will be studying the areas outlined in the National Curriculum: place value, addition and subtraction, money, time, measurement, fractions and shape.

P.E this half term is dance and multi-skills. Please ensure that your child brings their P.E kit (Green P.E. t-shirt, black shorts, pumps, trainers, black jogging bottoms (if required) and a spare pair of socks with them in the first few days of this term.

Reading is important to your child’s academic success, so please can I ask that you listen to your child read on a daily basis. The reading that they do with you should only take 5 – 10 mins, which makes it both manageable and enjoyable. If your child is tired then don’t force them to read. Instead, you can read to them, hearing your enthusiasm and enjoyment of the book will be great and also develop their love of reading.  Please put a note of the reading your child has done in their reading record.

Homework, as with last year, will be set on a Friday and be due in the following Friday.

If you need to talk to be about any issues or concerns you have, then please arrange an appointment or catch me on the playground after school.

Thank you

Mr Harley

Education City

I am aware that there have been a few issues with logging into Education City at home, particularly on iPads. Therefore, I have attached a link to a user guide that explains how to access and use Education City on a tablet.

If there are any ongoing issues, please send me an email or speak to me on the playground after school.


Mr Harley  


You can also follow Class 2 on twitter to see what fun things we are getting up to every day! @stannesclass2 

Year 1 Weekly Phonics:

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Year 1 Helpful Grammar & Punctuation games: 

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Year 2 Helpful Punctuation games:

Year 2 Helpful Grammar games:

Tips for reading with your child: 

Maths games: (Year 1: addition and subtraction up to 20; Year 2: addition and subtraction up to 100)


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Christmas Jumper Day, by Ms Daniel

Good News Assembly, by Ms Daniel

Assembly, by Ms Daniel

Contact the School

St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary

Nursery Lane,

Main Contact: Mrs Wendy Clark (Admin Officer)

Tel: 01625 523536
Fax: 01625 522837